The 13 streets of Carnaby are known for unique boutiques and global brands, making it one of London's most popular and distinctive shopping destinations.
Step under the iconic arch of the world-famous Carnaby Street for concept flagship stores or head to creative hub the Newburgh Quarter for more than 30 independent stores and boutiques.
A West End foodie hub, Carnaby is also home to Kingly Court, a three-storey food and dining destination with 21 food concepts to try including; Dirty Bones, Le Bab, Señor Ceviche, Pizza Pilgrims and The Detox Kitchen.
Carnaby is located just a five minute walk away from Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus tube stations in the heart of London’s West End.
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A definite must stop to shop are. Has a lot of main street stores and restaurants in the area. Easy walk to Regent St. It's great to walk around and shop, and even window shop. You can always go to Camden for all the great, interesting, unusual items on your list. It was an experience and I'm glad we came to see what they had. But for those of us that want to find something that says...more
Love Carnaby Street so full formant shops, restaurants and cafes. Especially love fact that liberty is based here and choccywocky they are my favourite places to go. So want some nice shops, top shops, unusual eateries etc then visit there.more
For me this is one of THE most historical charming lively fun and I must add brilliant displays for Xmas lights too in all of London.more
If you are trying to browse but want to avoid the crazy scene on Regent street, shuffle one street over to your right and you will have Carnaby street. This street is filled with mainly mainstream shops you would find in a regular Westfield Mall (Scotch & Soda, Adidas, Office, Boots, etc.). It's a quieter street to get all your upcoming Christmas shopping done but if you want your fill of...more
I can't believe I've never been to Carnaby Street in all my years of pounding the mean streets of London town. I feel like I've missed out on a lot. It's fantastic!
I always thought Carnaby Street was near Camden or Shoreditch, because it's so eclectic and almost hipsterish, so imagine my surprise to walk round the corner just off Regent Street and find myself in colour central.