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One New Change, London

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  • Great restaurants and bars and a few stores. Ate in zzizzis Italian restaurant it was fab authentic Italian food 
  • Modern design ,well turned out young staff but premium priced drinks . If it is a foggy or gloomy day most of the point of going disappears (literally). Here the view is the thing. 
  • So the terrace at the top was practically deserted on Boxing Day. It's particularly impressive at night when the stairs are lit up. Wonderful views of the city for free! 
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  • I work in the area. So for me it is the perfect place to have lunch and go to the shops to have a quick look around. There are quite a few fashion stores to choose from. Cos, Hugo Boss, Reiss, H&M, Banana Republic, & Dune just to name a few. There is a Boots and some beauty / hair salons as well. On Fridays there is a little food market. If you happen to be there, I can highly recommend the Indian food stand. It is amazing. If you have time, take the elevator up to the roof terrace. Great place to sit and enjoy your lunch on warm days.
  • Shopping centre in the middle of the City of London. Good selection of shops. First floor has several restaurants including Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa and Gordon Ramsey's Bread St Kitchen. Lower ground floor has an M&S food hall and other retailers. Top tip: Take the lift to the top floor and you have a fantastic view from the public terrace of St. Paul's cathedral and a 360 view of the London skyline. There is also a restaurant and bar on the roof.
  • Fun location for some good eats and thanks to the rooftop bars and lounge areas some interesting and gorgeous views of the city and St. Paul's Cathedral. Highly recommend Pho for an excellent Vietnamese cuisine dining experience.
  • A good selection of shops and a good variety as well. There are nice markets to see on a Thursday and Friday. Madison bar at the top is worth a visit too with some spectacular views of St Pauls.
  • A few high-street stores occasional food markets and a few good permanent food options. Nice rooftop area, but it gets crowded for after-work drinks, so get there early