It’s been a busy few months at Seven Dials Market, our central London food hall! We’re injecting new flavours into the Banana Warehouse, with Syrian, Korean and Uzbek cuisine joining the menu. Get to know the incredible new restaurants joining the Seven Dials Market menu…

Introducing Arnabeet

Mouna is the brains behind @arnabeetstreetfood, a culinary offering that brings the flavours and culture of Syria to the heart of London. In 2009, Mouna ventured to London to pursue a Master’s Degree, before landing a job at Amnesty International. But her hunger for more drove her to seek new horizons… That’s where our shared story begins, when we first tasted Mouna’s food during KERB’s run of Sunday markets at Chatsworth Road!

Mouna joined our inKERBator programme in 2019 at the start of the pandemic. Three years later you can find Arnabeet serving up Syrian salads and sides every day at Seven Dials Market! The first of three new restaurants at Seven Dials Market, you can find Arnabeet upstairs, opposite Chai Guys, open from 11am daily. Order the ‘Arnabeet’, the crispy cauliflower dish that inspired the business (and save room for a Syrian coffee and a slice of carrot cake for afters).

Arnabeet, one of the new restaurants at Seven Dials Market

Introducing Ra’s Banchan Bar

Chef Ra is the mastermind behind @RasBanchanBar. Born and bred in Seoul, Chef Ra learned the art of cooking from her mum-in-law, cooking recipes that have been passed down for generations. Ra and her husband Max graduated from the inKERBator programme in 2022 as @riceon.ldn and have been busy slinging their delicious rice bowls at our lunch markets ever since.

Now, they’re bringing us a new concept, Ra’s Banchan Bar. A thoughtfully curated menu of traditional Korean dishes with a modern twist! Serving up a dishes like bulgogi bibimbap and kimchi pancakes, as well as more modern dishes like tteokbokki or banchan bar snacks. All accompanied by a carefully thought through drinks menu, ft. ice cold Japanese whisky highballs and soju.

And… last but not least, re-introducing Oshpaz

We first met the founder of @Oshpaz_london, Muzaffar back in 2018 at one of our lunch markets. Serving up the dish that first got him on the map and into our heads, an Uzbek rice dish called Plov. Muzaffar then graduated our inKERBator programme in 2019 and started trading regularly at markets and events.

Oshpaz have been steaming up a storm in Cucumber Alley for over a year now, serving up melt-in-the-mouth manty dumplings. During a six week pop-up in Seven Dials Market’s Banana Warehouse, they threw down a hand-pulled noodle menu that blew our minds. It was such a hit that Muzaffar and the Oshpaz team have now officially moved downstairs into Banana Warehouse! And with the move comes an entirely new menu of delicious Uzbek options. Including lagma (hand-pulled noodles), shaslik kebabs and plov.

Oshpaz, one of three new restaurants at Seven Dials Market

Get down pronto to try out the three new restaurants at Seven Dials Market – come hungry…