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For anyone using Bond Street station, walking past or working near the station a conveniently located small shopping centre. Most of the shops are pretty much standard coffee shops, Marks & Spencer, McDonald’s, etc.
I was just passing by Watch Surgery on my way home from Bond Street Station which is not the regular stop I use normally. Great that I have discovered this place. They have sorted out the overdue battery replacement of my favourite watch within minutes...More
A 1970s blot on the landscape, this is a glass and steel monstrosity with monolithic escalators feeding through its heart. The place has no atmosphere - it looks and feels tired and uninspiring. Compared to the rest of Bond Street, this is a bad experience.
This is in the main Oxford Street. A good mall with lots of eating out let's. When walking along Oxford Street shopping ideal to have break sit and have a coffee and a snack.
Date of experience: July 2015
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