Top 10 Seven Dials Shops

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Right in the heart of Covent Garden sits Seven Dials. Spend an afternoon here indulging in Parisian chocolates, getting lost in a sea of vintage apparel or simply lounging inside one of our favourite cafés.


Orla Kiely

Get the very best of Orla Kiely in the heart of Seven Dials London. Her boutique on Monmouth Street has the definitive edit of the brand’s retro-style womenswear, accessories and homeware. Expect to find lots of bright, bold colours and abstract floral prints.

31 Monmouth Street, London, WC2H 9DD

Shop Orla Kiely at John Lewis


Coco de Mer

You won’t miss this store along Seven Dials – London’s “legendary erotica store” has seriously eye-catching window displays. Expect luxury designer lingerie, playful accessories, sex toys and even erotic literature.

23 Monmouth Street, London, WC2H 9DD

Shop Coco de Mer at SELFRIDGES


Monmouth Coffee

One of London’s pioneering coffee roasters, Monmouth Coffee serves up some of the best flat whites and cappuccinos in town. The Seven Dials branch might be smaller than its Borough Market counterpart, but it is fully stocked with delicious cakes, freshly baked pastries and coffee beans.

27 Monmouth St, London, WC2H 9EU


The Vintage Showroom

Occupying the space of a former ironmongery, The Vintage Showroom houses an exclusive collection of vintage menswear. Specialising in work, military and sports clothing as well as classic English tailoring and country wear, you are guaranteed to find one-of-a-kind pieces here.

14 Earlham St, London, WC2H 9LN


Pierre Hermé

If you rather not queue up for a Pierre Hermé macaron at Selfridges, head to Seven Dials. London’s third Pierre Hermé instalment is filled with Parisian treats of every kind. We particularly love the hazelnut praliné spread with bits of caramelised hazelnut – think Nutella but ten times more luxurious.

38 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9EP


Tatty Devine

Tatty Devine started out in East London in the late 90s and today is a much-loved fixture of Seven Dials. The brand’s irreverent and tongue-in-cheek jewellery is all hand-finished in the UK and is big on colour and bold shapes.

44 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9EP


Le Coq Sportif

This Seven Dials London store is the UK’s Le Coq Sportif flagship. Established in 1882 by Emile Camuset, today the brand continues to design speciality sporting apparel. Swing by for refined gymwear, cycling jerseys and beautifully crafted shoes.

21-23 Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9LL


26 Grains

26 Grains founder Alex Hely-Hutchinson has elevated the humble bowl of porridge to delicious (and seriously photogenic) new heights. Inspired by her time in Copenhagen, the menu focuses on nourishing breakfasts of smoothies, dairy-free coffee, bircher muesli and, of course, tasty oats with fruit compotes and nut butters.

2 Neal’s Yard, Seven Dials, London WC2H 9DP


Seven Dials Market

Okay, we’re cheating slightly here as Seven Dials Market is home to dozens of great food and drink outlets, but it would be impossible to compile this directory without making mention of it. Opened in September 2019, Seven Dials Market is brought to you by KERB, the team behind some of the capital’s best street food. Here you’ll find everything from burgers and pastrami to pasta and tacos.

Earlham Street, London WC2H 9LX


ace & tate

If you’re in the market for a pair of chic but affordable glasses, then a visit to ace & tate is an absolute must. The bright and airy gallery-like setting will make a stylish change for anyone more used to Boots or Specsavers.

10 Earlham Street, London WC2H 9LN


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