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Shopping Malls in London

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  • Naija Babe 2016
    Nigeria3,636 contributions
    Westfield is massive Shopping Mall/Center in the White City/Shepherd's Bush neighbourhood of London. There's another branch in Stratford, (in East London), where the 2012 Olympics were held. Westfield occupies more than 2,600 square feet, making it Europe's largest Shopping Center. It has over 300 Stores, both high-street and high-end retail brands. The luxury brands are located in a part of the mall called 'The Village'. It's a very beautiful and expansive shopping space.

    Westfield has a huge John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Primark, House Of Fraser and Next. There's also a Waitrose 'Super' of sorts for all your grocery needs, plus a large Vue Cinemas, featuring 17 Screens. Westfield has a variety of dining options too, (over 80), from casual fare to fine dining. The Food Court is amazing, with so many options to choose from. Westfield is a place that is sure to meet everyone's standards, because you will most definitely find everything to cater to your shopping needs. It's one of the most famous and frequently visited Shopping Centers in the Greater London area, and it comes highly recommended by me! 👍🏽
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • Roberts69
    Northampton, UK16,945 contributions
    I did not visit to shop or dine, (but there are nice places to do both), at Hays Galleria but to simply take in the beautiful history and architecture of what was once the bustling Hay's Wharf from the 1850's with ships from all over the world bringing in up to 80% of all dry produce imported into London at the end of the 19th Century. The old warehouses have been beautifully restored and tastefully repurposed to their uses in the Galleria. The high arched canopy is worth a long gaze skywards and the 'steampunk' ship sculpture called 'The Navigators' by artist David Kemp (1987) will attract your attention and that of every kid that visits the Galleria. Worth a visit as you walk along the Thames from Tower Bridge to London Bridge just past the HMS Belfast.
    Written 21 February 2022
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  • Dr. F
    Lincoln, UK717 contributions
    One New Change lies right in heart of Central London quite close to St. Paul's Cathedral. Biggest highlight of this place is the rooftop which gives view of London Skyline for free. The view is almost as mesmerizing as from the Shards skyscraper nearby but there you have to pay.

    Unfortunately magic of rooftop doesn't match with the staff who were very dull on any query. The shops are flashy but filled with staff who don't show concerns to generate sales. Restaurants are catchy especially at rooftop but the staff just puts you off with their unwelcoming attitude.

    I recommend to go for the view and dine outside anywhere nearby. A perfect combo.
    Written 11 March 2022
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  • Janice Mary Weather
    Waltham Abbey, UK26 contributions
    this was like literal heaven for them, they got to run around so many shops for such long time. I went with a friend of mine and their 6 six kids who are absolute angles. Steph's oldest, Maggie is 16 and love to chat to my 10 year old (Maggie is blind btw) and she is such a gentle soul, her main priorities during our lovely day out was to make everyone else happy, what a sweetheart! Stephs second oldest, Kelly a 14 year old, was very reserved, some might say she kept to herself (a bit selfish if you ask me). then theres Eddie, he's 10 and a massive brat, he always picks on my 10 year old daughter and never stopes like OMG get a hobby. then theres Talia the 7 year old who is so kinda and pretty (I wish my kids looked like that LOL #savagejanice) then theres Allen, poor kid, hes been given such a horrible name from his had but such a sweet and generous 4 year old, honestly a cutiepie (just a shame about the name and the smoking addiction) and last but not least is Allessandra-Elizabeth-Rachel is the baby of the family, she is only 1 (cant read LOL i can) and didnt do much but slept sooo....yep thats Steph and her kids.
    Ermm shops were good i guess, like the maccies.
    Written 18 November 2021
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  • sunlunlad
    Hamsterley, UK1,056 contributions
    It's the second time we've visited Coal Drops Yard and we were surprised by how much development has occurred since last we were here. Its a really lovely,relaxing area eventhough it's right in the middle of Kings Cross and it's been really sympathetically restored. Try the half hour canalside stroll to Camden.
    Written 29 March 2022
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  • Casper
    3 contributions
    Love it, great selection of shops and food opportunities. Would love to have more eating opportunities but still good.
    Written 29 June 2022
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  • Alison
    Peterborough, UK9 contributions
    Easy and compact shopping. Primark is good and there is a variety of alternative shops. Plenty of places to stop and eat or meet with others. Easy to reach by public transport.
    Written 12 November 2019
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  • THE TRAVELLER
    Malaga, Spain10,743 contributions
    Some FAB street food here but give pizza pilgrims a miss as that is dire !!- over priced, poor service and terrible soggy pizzas! A great chooce of different foods from pop up stalls .
    Written 30 June 2021
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  • IAN D
    Wigan, UK18,974 contributions
    Modern eating and shopping area facing Westminster cathedral. One of many new places being built in the Victoria area.
    Written 13 December 2019
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  • ATC147
    London, UK116 contributions
    If you have ever wondered who had the idea for a shopping centre, then you should visit Whiteley’s in Bayswater.
    It was built by a very forward thinking man many years ago, who claimed that you get anything there - from a pin to an elephant.
    I think it fair to say that many people have copied it, but not bettered it.
    Whilst it clearly needs more shops, customers, and visitors; it is still a fascinating place, full of wonderful architecture, marble stairs, and columns.
    Definitely worth a visit if you are nearby.
    Written 30 November 2018
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  • Jake-from-Liverpool
    Liverpool, UK1,189 contributions
    There was a time when Victoria was a bit of a wilderness for eating but Victoria Place has tons of eateries and even on a Bank Holiday Weekend is was not packed out. Highly recommended as a meeting place to meet up for a meal or coffee or a great place to wait for a train. It is very modern and very clean.
    Written 25 August 2019
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  • therichastill
    Stevenage, UK1,746 contributions
    I never knew there was a shopping centre beneath Canary Wharf. It's a bit of a surpise as I was not expecting it and there are a variety of shops selling all sorts of things.

    There are also some food places. I personally would have preferred to be out in the open but it was nice if you wanted to make use of it.

    It was all very clean and a bit too sterile and creepy for me. Reminded me of the film Logan's Run.
    Written 1 May 2022
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  • NO2VA
    London, UK138 contributions
    Went to this market to buy seafood and found what I needed at great prices. I will definitely keep going back on a weekly or biweekly basis. The fish shop near me was charging £42 for a kilo for prawns and they charged me £20 for a sea bass filet. At the Church St market, the prawns were like £12 a kilo and the sea bass was like £5. Definitely worth it to walk to Church Street!! Although I wasn’t looking to buy produce, it looked so good and was priced really well so I got great tasting strawberries that were big and beautiful! I also got great oranges and radishes. The market also has all sorts of clothes and other goods. Overall, a great find, I’ll definitely go back.
    Written 31 March 2019
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  • One_of_the_BOFs
    Cheltenham, UK7,255 contributions
    An amazing eclectic marketplace with a great atmosphere, offering a huge range of foods, drinks, etc. with Craft Tooting the star for me!
    Written 21 May 2022
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  • larryderm
    Philadelphia, PA800 contributions
    Although a long taxi ride, this small museum with no permanent collection does a good job highlighting various designers. The Zandra Rhodes exhibition is excellent.
    Written 30 December 2019
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