St Giles Church
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Hawksmoor Seven Dials
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33 Earlham St · interesting places nearby
This small cafe in Seven Dials at the heart of Covent Garden serves tasty Portuguese and Brazilian dishes. Try the classic dish of the day, opt for the Portuguese national dish feijoada, a bean stew with smoked meat, or call in early for a rustic brekkie. There's a good selection of vegetarian dishes too, as well as a strong Portuguese wine list.