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Dockside Outlet Centre Reviews
I visit Dockside every few months. It has some good shops such as the Clarks Outlet, Pavers shoe shop and the Cadbury shop. There is also a good range of restaurants if you would like a meal. more »
Easy access good parking,shop,eat,take in a movie or just explore.Take a look in the Histrocial Dock yard not a bad way to spend an afternoon or just an hour or so . more »
A slightly disappointing meal. The chicken quarter was a chicken leg and the service was very slow. Would have rated as poor except the houlumi sticks were perfect. more »
A back to basics shopping centre. Came here to use the Moss Bros so walked through the entire mall and had a good nose. All the units looked a bit worse for wear, I was only tempted to go in to the Cadbury's shop. I mean come on, it's chocolate. Walked through the M&S outlet on the way back (need some formal shoes) which had a very limited selection on offer. There are a large number of food outlets outside the main mall. It was lunch time so I only used Subway which was fine, but you have places to eat bigger meals if you want. The free parking looked okay but even at mid afternoon it appeared to be at capacity. Getting here was simple enough. Doubt I'll be back. I'm only 10 miles from Bluewater...
Happened upon this place by accident and the Mrs was very excited. Unfortunately it was a bit of a let down,not many shops of quality and a bit of a dreary place. The food area looked ok though with a varied array of eateries but we didn't have time to eat. Probably won't go back.
Very good small outlet centre. Australian Down under cafe excellent. Plenty of easy parking free!!
Good for outlet shopping. M&S, Next and a few others dotted around. Parking isn't the easiest thing to do but you usually get a spot relatively close if your willing to wait. Food options outside are plentiful.
This place has come a long way with many eateries, gym and shopping complex. Sadly the parking is now inadequate and weekends being the premium time to visit and results in playing hunt the parking space. If you manage to park the choice of eating options is broad and the shopping centre is unique having been constructed in a former Dockyard hanger. Choice of shops is okay but not for food shopping but worth a visit nonetheless.
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