Burlington Arcade – Opened in 1819, this is Britain first shopping arcade. It is also known to be the longest covered shopping street in England. It’s quite the ultimate in luxury goods. Another thing Burlington is famous for, are the Beadles. The Beadles are Continue reading “Shopping in Burlington Arcade, London”
Shops/places of interest between Sackville St. and Old Bond St. (on Piccadilly leading off from Piccadilly Circus)-
Pret a Manger – Healthy fresh food. The policy is to use natural ingredients and avoid preservatives and other chemicals. They have sandwiches, wraps, salads, soups, bagels, juices and smoothies, baguettes, muffins et al.
Wasabi – Take away pre-packed low priced sushi and bento.
Minamoto Kitchoan – A store selling Japanese confectionery Continue reading “Shopping in Piccadilly, London – Sackville St. to Old Bond St.”
Continued from Shopping in Piccadilly, London – St James’s St. to Arlington St.
Shops/places of interest between Regent St. (Piccadilly Circus) and Sackville St.-
Zavvi – Music (in CD, CS, DVD formats), DVD, Blu-ray, HD DVD, games, books (audio book, video book, hard and paper backs). Address : No. 1 Piccadilly, on the corner of Piccadilly and Regent St. and Piccadilly Circus. Has direct access Continue reading “Shopping in Piccadilly, London – Regent St. (Piccadilly Circus) to Sackville St.”
Shops/places of interest between St. James’s St. and Arlington St. (on Piccadilly leading off from Piccadilly Circus)-
Across St. James’s St. (i.e. at the corner of St. James’s and Piccadilly) is Caviar house & Prunier, a seafood boutique & restaurant serving up caviar (but of course!) and champagne along with other seafood fares like lobsters, crabs, oysters etc. This was Continue reading “Shopping in Piccadilly, London – St James's St. to Arlington St.”