Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre, London

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  • Ealing Broadway shopping centre is really close to the railway/tube station and there are a large variety of stores to choose from. There are your regular chain stores as well as some smaller shops to...  more »
  • I like this place .Great place for Ealing residents to do shopping . My favourite is Tesco /prime Mark and Argos  more »
  • This place serves the tastiest burgers, generous portion of fries and drink. A little pricey however compared to other burger fast foods.  more »
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  • A very popular shopping centre in the middle of Ealing. It has an open central piazza, with seating available, with shops around the edge. Leading off this are three covered corridors with further shops there too. It is close to the main high street, but has virtually no traffic noise. There's a reasonable cross section of main brand shops catering for most people's needs. Toilets are available near the high street end. The car park in my opinion is the main drawback. It's a multi storey one above the centre. Access from it to the centre is either by narrow stairs which get congested, or by lifts that are slow, and need a lot of patience to wait for.
  • Variety of shops on offer but quite a small and dated shopping centre with the likes of Westfield a few miles down the road. Has many high street chains in the centre but many of the outlets are quite small and have limited stock. Worth a visit if you live locally.
  • Ealing used to offer a good selection of mid to high end independent and chain stores. You used to be able get everything you needed and spare yourself a journey into London. Now it's a collection of coffee chains, overpriced stylised eateries, discount stores, mobile phone repair shops and tatty takeaways. Ealing lost its soul a while ago. Current shops cater towards the lower end of the market, which is juxtaposed to the cost of housing in the area. Ealing doesn't make sense any more. Queen of the suburbs' crown has slipped.
  • Good for a browse. Bew toilets nice, but badly appointed in comparison to ground floor ones previously. A bit if a hike to use them.
  • Good shopping mall. Lots of shops well kept. Only hit parking is pretty annoying and difficult even with its own car park. The Carl park ya awkwardly laid out .

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