Brent Cross Shopping Centre

Vue d'ensemble

Start shopping - London's Brent Cross Shopping Centre has 120 shops, restaurants and cafes under one roof. Shops include John Lewis, Fenwicks and M&S.

Détails et plan du lieu

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

Adresse :
Prince Charles Drive
The Hyde
London
NW4 3FP
Téléphone :
+44 (0)20 8202 8095
E-mail

Critiques de Yelp

7.00 sur 5
D'après 47 critiques

Top 47 reviews of Brent Cross Shopping Centre

4.0 sur 5
09 December 2015
par Liane T.

When I first moved to London, it was the closest thing to a mall near me (and being American, I love my malls). It was dark, dirty, dingy. But, it was close, easy to get to via public transport and had all the main shops.

It's recently been upgraded. There are nicer shops, better places to eat and it's no longer quite so dingy. If you drive, there are no parking fees. And it's a... En savoir plus

4.0 sur 5
20 April 2014
par Parice L.

For everything else in london so doom brown grey... Brent cross mall was a welcome change...reminded me of being home in the malls, even better shops and throngs of different backgrounds of well apparelled PEOPLE.... !!!!

Americans wear rags. En savoir plus

2.0 sur 5
25 June 2015
par Jonathan V.

Average centre, take away the John Lewis and There is nothing left... Not really worth a visit unless you are in the area.

The centre is fairly dodgy and boring; it also don't feel clean. En savoir plus

3.0 sur 5
31 December 2015
par Nimz P.

This is my nearest shopping centre. It has all the main shops you need as well as food court which has restaurants and coffee shops as concession stands. got two big department stores which work well and its great. I'm always randomly popping in here and I will continue to do so whilst I am still living in Wembley. En savoir plus

4.0 sur 5
21 June 2012
par Had R.

Brent Cross has changed over the years, they have added sections, and its been given a huge overhaul.

I thnk i have been frequenting BC since the mid 80s and it's so nice to see a number of the same stores in place still... although the cafes have changed.

Its not Westfield, but it doesnt ask the prices or the parking fees... why the hell would you charge people for parking in your own... En savoir plus

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