Where can I buy this in London? Is there a place I can get it for cheap?
I'm not sure where to purchase them in the UK, but I find them easily here in New Jersey. Oh, you know -- I've seen Walker's in those kiosks & shops at Heathrow. I would assume that means the larger shops in the city have them as well, although I don't recall seeing them in Sainsbury's or such.
Walkers biscuits are available in most supermarkets and generally aren't hard to find. That particular product, though, may not be sold in Britain - it isn't listed on Walkers' website, though a Belgian chocolate chunk biscuit is:
THink I've seen them at Sainsbury's.
But then there are lots of other brands of shortbread cookies that are bettter than Walker's which are kind of mediocre when compared to those of M&S.
Looks like American chocolate chip cookies designed for export. In London Walkers Shortbread which is what they really are known for should be available from any decent supermarket.
Try instead some real British biscuits - not some American idea repackaged for American Tourists! I'd suggest McVitie's digestive or chocolate digestive biscuits. Or you could go and get some Bourbon biscuits or Marshmallows.
Else Heathrow is probably the place!
Cookies? Did someone mention cookies? Where are the cookies? Who brought the cookies? I could really use a cookie.......drool....
BTBF: Definitely check out the stores in London. As Anemone mentioned, other stores (M&S, Tesco, Waitrose) have house brand shortbread cookies of different types that are really good and very reasonably priced. Both Harrods and Fortnum & Mason sell shortbread, too, but it's quite expensive for the number of cookies in the package.
Thank you all. I bought them last year at Waterloo Station...and they are the best :)
Would anyone like a recipe for chocolate shortbread? It's VERY popular in our house!
Gilliganuk. Yes, yes, yes.
Why does everyone here perk up at the mention of FOOD?! ;)