The ‘seven’ in the name of this restaurant signifies the seven most popular Asian culinary destinations that it draws from - China, Thailand, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar and Vietnam. The menu opens with an imitation shark fin soup – a substitute for the controversial dish that traces its origin to the kitchens of the Ming Dynasty. However, this restaurant packs in a lot, skipping through Sichuan favourites like dry chilli chicken, tom yum soup, dim sum baskets, sushi and khao suey. The emphasis is on what is popular in the said cuisines, so don’t look for any out-of-the box dishes. The dessert section steers clear of Asia; the best option is the vanilla cheesecake.