I have high praise for this branch for BHS. The place is huge and while it is easy to get lost, it is also rather easy to find a staff member to help you find exactly what you are looking for.
Of course, their famous inexpensive Christmas shop here is just huge, though this year I could swear it is slightly smaller than in previous years.
There is an excellent selection of home furnishings here on the top floor which, if I didn't have to take it all home on the train, would likely have joined my home in short order.
It's surprising that BHs has such lovely stuff but for anyone who thinks badly of BHS, come here and have your mind changed
Nothing amazing here, but they do have Dorothy Perkins/Wallis/Evans/Burton in store. And that's sometimes nice. BHS is the littlest of the Oxford Street department stores and, on a good day, there are little treasures to be found.
I normally rush into their cafe before college or during lunch for a quick pick me up. The food is perfectly edible and not too expensive and their staff is generally friendly. Word of warning, you won't get the speedy service you'd expect from Pret or Starbucks or any of the chains. So, leave at least 5 minutes for your order to be ready.
I've not ventured pass the shoes department, but if it is representative of the rest of the store, it is generally cheap and unfashionable.
Which is ironic since it is in the same building as London College of Fashion...
BHS' flagship store on Oxford street allows one to peruse nearly all of their range. From lingerie to dress suits to Christmas decorations (when the time is right!), everything is available. I've found the staff here are a bit more helpful than at other larger department stores and seem to have a bit more time for you. The store itself is massive, don't get lost!
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