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- Amazing shopping centre. Very easy to access. We came by overground train from Camden market. Really a lot of shops. Even though we spent many hours, I have a feeling we just saw a part of it.
I have, however, two things to remark. The electronic display that should help you find the way to different shops was difficult to use. Secondly: There should have been more signs telling where the toilets are and especially which exits to use when leaving for the underground or the bus stations.Written 5 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Battersea Power Station (as the name suggests) used to be an electricity power station providing energy for parts of London. There were proposals once it had been decommissioned to turn it into an amusement park but these plans fell through.
In the 90's Oasis filmed the video promoting their song "Do You Know What I Mean" within the shell of the power station.
Fast forward 30 years and the building has been transformed. On the lowest two floors there is retail and places to eat and drink and going higher it is now grand flats for the rich.
The power station has recently gained a connection to the Northern Line and there is a lovely station nearby providing links directly to the West End and to Camden and North London.
As much as I am glad the building is still there and will have a lasting legacy I feel it's now a playground for the rich and out of reach of many people in London and further afield.Written 2 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- You can easily spend few hours here visiting the variety of stores , watch a movie, lots of restaurants and food halls offering a big variety of cuisine.Written 19 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Pleasant, lively arcade adjacent to the Thames, covered with several eateries inside. Nicely laid out.Written 16 July 2023
- In the shadow of St Paul's Cathedral is the shopping mall One New Change. There are a variety of swanky shops and places to have a coffee or something to eat.
Not necessarily my cup of tea but it was a nice area to visit.Written 25 July 2023
- The restaurant was busy when we came, but the staff still managed to be attentive. The food was great, especially the tahini ice-cream.Written 29 October 2023
- Quite square that leads to many attractive roads such as Pavilion road that full of quality eateries but if you don’t know it you wouldn’t know where to go; needs attractive signage….Written 3 April 2023
- After an expensive morning watching my wife spending all our money, we (wife+2kids) saw a chance to have a kind of impromptu picnic at a small grassy square called Duke of York, at the end of King's Road. It just so happened to also have an open-air food market going on. So we milled around for while, each choosing a favoured nosh (all excellent value) and the sat under the portico of the adjacent Saatchi gallery, dining in beautiful warm sunshine. There was a carnival-like atmosphere and we all had a lovely. I highly recommend it.Written 25 November 2023
- What has happened to this "shop"? I found it difficult to purchase anything. Many items do not have a price tag/price displayed on their display unit. Some prices are shown about 1/2 metre above floor level - difficult to read. Very few staff about to query prices with. Haberdashery is being run down, 3 staff rearranging what is left of stock and avoiding eye contact. Only unmanouvarable large wheeled baskets available. Difficult to find pay points.....Difficult to use JL "card" as Internet terrible in store. I could go on but just thinking about the "experience " is very wearingWritten 8 December 2023
- 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
- I live locally, and I love this market. Particularly in the evening it’s so lively, with lots of great food and drink options, and a couple of places with really great weekday offers. While Tooting market next door is great, this is the better one in my opinion!Written 19 May 2023
- With many high streets seemingly in a downward spiral of closing shops and disappearing bank branches, Canada Place and the adjoining Cabot Place are now an attractive alternative for shopping and banking. Yes, some of the shops are upmarket, but there are also 'day-to-day' shops such as Boots, Robert Dyas and Waitrose (Waterstones bookstore is in Cabot Place). If you need a break from shopping there are a number of cafes.
Public transport options for getting there include the Jubilee Line, the Elizabeth Line, and (in Cabot Place) the DLR.
It is probably best to avoid going at lunchtime as I would imagine it gets busy with office workers on their lunch break. Also, find a map of the shopping mall online before you visit, so that you can easily find your way around.Written 18 August 2023
- We were taking a stroll around looking for somewhere to have lunch. We came across here. Plenty of places to eat. Very busy. We sat down around 12 and within 10minutes there were queues everywhere. Has a number of shops. Has a glass covering in part so even though you are outdoors, you are under cover if it rains. Quite a nice rooftop area on a sunny day. Very close to theatres.Written 10 August 2019
- Good organization of space and clean,shops are ok,apart crowds. I liked the most donats with chocolate on the stand in the center.Written 11 September 2023
- I was blown away by Alfies Antique Market on Church Street. Its full of impressive art deco lamps, a lot of them imported from Paris! Across from Alfies I slso found some really good vintage furniture shops specialising in mid-century furniture.Written 5 February 2023
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