The new operators are the Filipino-inspired Bong Bong’s Manila Kanteen, Bad Boy Pizza Society, fish specialist BAIT and Texas-style BBQ specialist Smoke & Bones.
Seven Dials Market will resume normal trading hours, with a streamlined new online booking system, spacious seating across the two floors, and a dedicated table allocation for walk-ins.
A 350-seat capacity will be maintained throughout the market, including a newly introduced 30 alfresco dining covers.
Table service, cashless transactions, and custom KERB hand-sanitiser stations have also been implemented, as well as a one-way entrance and exit system.
“Seven Dials Market is all about adventures in food and drink and we’re excited to be serving even more of this up with the arrival of some new kids to the place. Each operator comes with something juicy to add to the mix – all independent, all looking to grow and all looking forward to cooking for a whole new audience," says KERB and Seven Dials Market founder Petra Barran.
“It is great to be working with a team like KERB who are passionate about the new and exciting street food concepts here in London, and we are thrilled we can provide the platform for these emerging operators to showcase their diverse concepts and international flavours," says Julia Wilkinson, restaurant director at Seven Dial's landlord Shaftesbury.
"The much-anticipated re-opening of indoor hospitality provides the perfect timing for KERB to introduce four new traders, and we look forward to seeing the Seven Dials Market community spring back to life amongst our wider dining offering.”
The announcement of Seven Dials Market’s new trades follows the launch of Seven Dials Unplugged last month, an initiative which is providing a taste of outdoor live music throughout the area's streets.
Seven Dials is also continuing its timed road closures and will maintain additional outdoor seating throughout the area, along with a one-way foot-traffic system in Neal’s Yard and additional cyclist parking spaces.