Nearest StationBond Street
Selfridges' Food Hall offers a mix of cafés and restaurants for you to enjoy, from The Brass Rail, Snowflake Gelato to the Champagne & Oyster Bar by Caviar House & Prunier.
Selfridges is not for the hard-up. Don't get me wrong. I think it's better than Harrods. And it's a lot easier to move around. It's also a lot more friendly, and the staff are really good at looking after you. Just bring a lot of cash. Or do as I do and pop in whenever you're passing and pretend. The food hall is great. Bond Street is just around the corner. Everything is close at hand. Except the chocolates. Someone moved them to the basement!! (What were you thinking guys?).
Fantastic store lots of things to look at and buy, some very expensive brands one off clothing items. Kids will love the toy section. Very clean store and helpful staff, love the hairdressers in this store and not too expensive.
Selfridges has always been one of the best places to visit during your stay in London. It has everything under one roof along with a choice of restaurant and bars. The staff are incredibly helpful and kind and we felt well looked after. I would definitely recommend a visit even if you aren't in the mood to buy anything.
Possibly the biggest and most historic department store in Oxford Road in the West End London and a major attraction for all shoppers. This department store was fully renovated three years ago and is housing thousands of international and locals consumer commodities. It is a very popular shopping spot for everyone even if you are only window shopping. The canteen on the top floor provides lots of choices and it is crowded from lunch to afternoon tea sessions.
Amazing World Renown store with pretty much everything that you could imagine. Highly recommended! Also, a great place to buy your Nespresso capsules.