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Stadium Retail Park, right next to Wembley Stadium has over 38,000 square feet (3,530 square meters) of retail space. Housed in this large area is a variety of stores, including McDonalds, Maplin Electronics, JD Sports, Currys, and Lidl. Whether you need a bite to eat or new accessories for your computer, Stadium Retail Park is the place to shop.
Known for its fashion forward clothing and accessories, Peakcocks department store is a great place to shop for designer copies at bargain prices. The stores, which are located throughout the United Kingdom and abroad, carries women, mens and kids clothing as well as footwear. This Wembley Central location is ideal for those looking for a new outfit before heading off to the Stadium for a show.
It seems as though the familiar catalog of Argos, which contains just about everything you could ever want, has been around forever. For those unfamiliar with the concept, the drill goes: pick that blender, answering machine, stereo or anything else you want from the extensive catalog, record the item information, check if the stock is available on a colored calculator-type device and take it up to the counter, where you can pick up your goods, if available. Prices are generally reasonable, and all goods can now be ordered online. But Argos services do not end there. Ring and reserve, home shopping, wedding list, and interest free credit are amongst the multitude of services available.
Wembley Retail Park has over 205,000 square feet (19,045 square meters) of retail space and ample parking. DIY weekend warriors flock to this shopping center where home improvement stores reign supreme. Stores include World of Sofas, Joysleep, Harveys Furniture, Wickes, Carpet Right, Dreams, Comet, and Halfords.
Although Nosher's deli is famous for Smoked Salmon, that's not the only thing worth making the trip for. It also has a selection of delicious seafood delicacies including fish balls and seafood salads. Cheeses, cold meats, breads and marinated olives are also available.
Other people's misfortune is your good luck. The stock here comes from stores that have been damaged by floods, fire and other disasters, or who have gone bankrupt. Men and woman's fashion as well as accessories and home-ware are available, but the inventory constantly changes, so you never know whether you'll find great deals or just loads of socks and underwear. Get ready to rummage through piles of designer, high street and inexpensive labels.
Formerly known as Yaohan Plaza, this mall (completely unknown to most Londoners) focuses on Asian goods from Japan, China, Vietnam and Indonesia. For hard-to-find food ingredients this is foodie heaven, and you'll find excellent noodles, vegetables and fish as well. If you dont want to cook it yourself, the food court is a great place for a cheap and easy meal. Try Atami for bentos (Japanese lunchboxes) for a fiver, Noto Ramen for noodles, and Noto Sushi for sushi. The mall has everything from shops selling crockery and tableware to Hello Kitty merchandise, Asian magazines, hairdressers, video stores and a games arcade. It's a great place to explore an Asian getaway within London itself.
The Broadwalk Centre is a premier shopping destination in Edgware. The center dates back to the 1980s and comprises retail space stretch over a single level. Renowned brands like Sainsbury's, Marks & Spence, WHSmith, and more have managed to have their outlets operating here.
Established in 1990, Aaron Nejad is a dealer in rare and unusual oriental antiques, specializing in antique tribal rugs and room-size decorative carpets. The antique rugs and carpets found here are Persian, Central Asian, Caucasian and Anatolian, with an emphasis on Persian antique woven art of tribal and village origin. Aaron Nejad also stocks some European tapestries, and looks for "rare and unusual designs that delight the eye."
JJB Sports is among the line-up of popular all-round retailers of sportswear and fitness equipment. Stocking treadmills, cross trainers and multi-gyms for home use; you can also buy bikes, golf clubs and basketball backboards to get you out and about. This large London store is particularly customer friendly and is well kitted out in terms of replica football strips from Umbro, Nike and Adidas, cricket whites, tracksuits, polo shirts, tees and an extensive selection of trainers. Featuring all well-known high street brands, JJB deals in competitive prices for competitive sportspeople.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to checkout the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
Brent Cross Shopping Centre is one of the most popular shopping destinations in North West London, and with good reason, too. Whether you're looking to buy clothing, accessories, homeware, electrical appliances or sports and outdoor gear, you will find it all. Banana Republic, Accessorize, French Connection and Sunglass Hut, all have outlets here. If you want to take a break from all that shopping you've been doing, you can grab a quick bite from Auntie Anne's Pretzels or Millie's Cookies; you could also enjoy a full meal at Carluccio's or Ed's Easy Diner. The mall also has a range of childcare facilities, so you need not leave the little ones at home.