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“Interesting concept”
Review of Seven Streets

Seven Streets
Ranked #65 of 140 Restaurants in Chatham
Price range: US$2 - US$61
Description: The Seven Streets team have scoured the world to bring you the greatest "street" flavours. Our name reflects the dynamics of all seven continents - fusing street grill flavours to create magic! Come and enjoy this journey with us and sample some of the greatest street flavours on planet along the way... Jamaican Jerk, Peri Peri, Tandoori, Sweet Chilli, BBQ, Tex Mex & Cajun...
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Description: The Seven Streets team have scoured the world to bring you the greatest "street" flavours. Our name reflects the dynamics of all seven continents - fusing street grill flavours to create magic! Come and enjoy this journey with us and sample some of the greatest street flavours on planet along the way... Jamaican Jerk, Peri Peri, Tandoori, Sweet Chilli, BBQ, Tex Mex & Cajun...
Reviewed 18 April 2018 via mobile

Came here for a takeaway lunch and impressed by the smart and clean uniforms and enthusiasm of the staff.

I read what other people said about no one on the till but what they don't get is that it's part of the Portuguese and Brazilian vibe to be that laid back. I do agree with them though.

So, really it's nice to have an alternative to the nandos chain.

One of the criticisms I do have is with their different spice levels.. You have to ask, because it's not in any order on the wall, so you don't know which is super super hot and which is medium. Etc etc.

Food was tasty though and definitely would come back.

As to those who bemoan the loss of priest burger...big deal, I don't really care, go to McDonald's or Burger King.

If your really that fussed, they still have burgers on the menu here.

Thank Daniel W
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Reviewed 8 April 2018 via mobile

We visited here today for the first time. The place looks lovely and the staff were ever so friendly and accommodating. With very little people in there we said we would give it a go as the price was so affordable. The food was average (kind of like something you’d knock up yourself at home if you were in a rush). It’s like it’s trying to be like Nando’s but not as nice! Now don’t get me wrong, we finished up our plates and did enjoy ourselves but a few changes would certainly make me return.
1) Don’t have a huge plate for a small appetiser. It sets you up to fail as you expect more if the plate is big.
2) Put some sauce on the burgers, it really isn’t too difficult to put on some mayonnaise! It’s just so dull without it.
3) Don’t serve over cooked chips. Somethings don’t have to be so dry and crunchy!

Thank Niamh S
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Reviewed 14 March 2018 via mobile

Great food at great prices- we went for the mega platter and was the tandoori and Cajun flavours were spot on! Can see this becoming a fast hit and compete with the likes of Nandos!

Thank Yuvimann
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Reviewed 11 March 2018

Same chef and menu but the food was terrible. Portions half of what was served when trading as Burger Priest. We had to wait nearly an hour for our food, was given some olives and nuts to munch on in the meantime. Burger Priest was my favourite restaurant at dockside but won't be returning to Seven Streets ever.

Thank ginasusancarpenter
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Reviewed 9 March 2018

Burger Priest is dead, but the funeral was sparsely attended, and Seven Streets has risen from the ashes. Same venue, same decor, same owners, but chicken has now crept onto the menu (with seven different Nandos type flavours) along with the burgers. It's an interesting concept that tries to fuse GBK / Byron with Nandos, but doesn't really quite reach the food quality of either. Prices are reasonable, as are portion sizes. As with its predecessor though, it's the human element that lets it down. There is no visible manager in charge, and the cooking and presentation of the food varies depending on who is at the grill that day. The staff have also definitely been to neighbours Cream's school of cooking - on two visits now the food for two people has come out so far apart that one was finished before the other started. It's not all bad though (we have been back 5 times already!) but service and consistancy need work - and some lunch offers / loyalty deals (not unlike Nandos or GBK offer) would keep people coming back. With next door neighbours Wok n Go now Wok and Gone there's less competition locally for 'quick' food - but this is still not (seven) streets ahead.

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