In the heart of greater London’s Chingford, Table 7 Restaurant has distinguished itself by serving some of the area’s best gourmet cuisine. Fine dining simply doesn’t get much better than at this popular restaurant, where guests are treated to some of the city’s best contemporary Mediterranean-inflected British and European dishes. Found in the Church View Buildings at The Green, Table 7 features indoor and outdoor seating and a stunning ambience that makes it ideal for private gatherings or corporate functions. The restaurant also offers small plates which pair perfectly with the numerous wines on offer – check back often to see what’s new!
We arrived at 3 o'clock with a group of 15 people to celebrate a birthday, only to find that Table 7 was no longer there, a new business had taken over. We couldn't eat there as the new business was booked for a private function. What a disaster 15 people left standing out in the rain and a birthday celebration completely ruined, I intend to take this matter further.
Restaurant was closed for business. So we never got to dine at Table 7 it was being refurbished as it is now going to be Grill On The Green
Table 7 wasn’t there . The restaurant didn’t exist . I was extremely disappointed as I had a table for 4 booked and then had to find somewhere else to go
The Church View Buildings sit somewhat in the shadow of the handsome historic pile where The Green meets the Kings Road at the head of Station Road, making it an easy walk from Chingford Station if you’re coming in to dine at the restaurant via public transport from elsewhere in the greater London region. However, the food is undeniably impressive. The menu at Table 7 is packed with reasonably priced classics of British and modern European cuisine, many with a hint of Mediterranean sunshine added for accent. THe pan-seared salmon belly with fresh Cornish crab is such an example, served up with a citrus-infused red onion, new potato and parsley salad.
Other main courses on offer at Chingford restaurant par excellence Table 7 include the chargrilled veal chop with herb mashed potato and a port jus, the pumpkin, pine nut and smoked paprika strudel served with an English mustard cream sauce, and the slow-roasted pork belly with half a lobster, cauliflower puree and pineapple salsa. Dishes like these take familiar, canonical European gourmet dishes and make them deliciously strange and vibrant. Small plates popular with locals or London commuters looking for something to nibble on with drinks or on the run include the three game terrine wit toasted ciabatta and the restaurant’s own homemade chutney, or the Worcestershire-marinated chicken livers paired up with deep-fried shallots and Pedro Ximenez. Book ahead for this restaurant, popular with many northeast London gourmets.