Seven Dials opens in Coral Gables

A modern American cooking with a British twist Restaurant now opens at Coral Gables. It is called Seven Dials. Located in 2030 S Douglas Road, Seven dials brings a food that’s delicious, honest and beautifully presented. Lead by the London-born chef/owner Andrew Gilbert, their menu is designed to be shared, made up of smaller, composed dishes as well as specials that follow market availability and seasonality. Here is more information about Seven Dials :

 

According to Urban Daddy :

“The guys behind the place have brought you Sra. Martinez and The Local. Should bode well for the charcuterie board you’ll be ordering—all laid out with soppressata, pâté and bread from Zak the Baker. Stuff that just calls for a saison with a few comrades from work… or for a Friday date night with your favorite cured-meat aficionado.”

 

According to New Times :

“The Seven Dials is open for lunch and this week has begun serving dinner. The plan was to open for dinner first, Gilbert says. But we’ve had some ventilation issues, so we’ve had to adapt. No more than 50 seats, including the bar, occupy the space that was formerly the Unemployed Chef. Gilbert’s British roots are evident throughout the room and the menu. A figurine of Queen Elizabeth is by the bar, along with wallpaper imported from the UK decorated with reading raccoons, eye-patch-clad pandas, and harmonica-playing bats. Most of the tables were built by Gilbert himself, and if you sit at a hightop by the window, brass poodles double as purse holders. The restaurant’s name comes from an intersection in London where seven streets converge.” written by Carla Torres.

 

According to Zagat :

“At this cozy gastropub in Coral Gables, seasonal American comfort food is tweaked with a British twist, resulting in charcuterie and dishes like burgers with marmite mayo and duck confit with horseradish mash, fresh foils for a compact list of wine and beer. English wit and style also pervade the decor, done up with cushy banquettes, knickknacks and whimsical raccoon wallpaper.”

 

According to South Florida Gourmet :

“Menu items include Fried Kalamata Olives, served with yogurt and chili oil ($6), Miami Clam Chowder with Gulf shrimp, mussels and Florida clams ($12), Duck Confit with horseradish mash and grapes ($15), Fish & Chips, served with tartar sauce and mushy peas ($15), Proper Sausages with celery root gratin, apple and onion gravy ($18), a traditional Ploughman’s Salad ($14) and Chocolate Ale Cake, made with Cigar City Maduro Brown Ale ($9). The Seven Dials also offers an extensive charcuterie and cheese list. Originally from London, chef Andrew Gilbert honed his skills in New York City’s famous gastopubs before moving to Miami where he worked at Design District favorite Sra. Martinez as executive chef Michelle Bernstein’s sous chef.  Andrew was on the opening team of CATCH Miami, and most recently, was executive chef at Gables favorite The Local Craft Food & Drink.” written by SFG Staff.

 

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