I'm writing this review about the Market here.
The good thing about this mall is the market which houses several stalls selling all sorts of different things.
I like to come here to get my fruit (loads of plums 1.50, red peppers 1.00).
Additionally, there is a good shop in this market hall called Just Accessories that sells a nice selection of hats (unisex looking) for 4.99.
I bought a brown cashmere type one here as a gift.
This is a great store to come to if you like designer clothes, are short on cash, and don't mind to rummage. If you have the time to spend some real finds at real bargains can be found here. TK Maxx boasts a 60% discount of of the original price. They carry many high street brands, which makes you feel a bit cheated paying full price at the main stores, but then you have more selection and a nicer environment. I don't know why they have to make discount shops feel so dirty, would a bit of ambience and some decent lighting hurt anyone, it can't raise the prices that much and it might even attract more people? TK Maxx has clothes for most occasions for men women and children, as well as shoes, bath and body products, bags and accessories. If you want to add some cheep basics to your wardrobe I would start here.
Wood Green can get a bit nuts on the weekend. The food court is pretty weak in my opinion, but there's a couple of worthwhile shops in the rest of the mall.
I am not the greatest fan of shopping, most men aren't but we all know that it has to be done.
When it is the high street shops that I need, I tend to make my way to Wood Green Shopping City, 'The Mall'. It was once hideous, it is still however not the greatest of shopping malls, but since they revamped the whole facility a few years back, it is now not too bad at all.
If you fancy a change from your usual trip up west, and Blue-waters and Lakeside feel a little too far away, then Wood Green shopping Mall can provide you with that change.
There is a Cineworld cinema, with two huge car parks providing plenty of spaces. I have been many times just to use the car park and you can park for the whole day costing just £2. It is convenient and has all the shops you need and is only a few minutes walk from Wood Green Tube Station. It obviously it depends on what kind of shops you are looking for, if you are looking for designers, then perhaps look somewhere else.
The Mall at Wood Green has the usual high street shops, Boots, Tk-Maxx, H&M, Game, New Look, Top Man, Next, coffee shops and the list goes on. If you are in the mall and you can not find a particular high street store, the high Road will provide you with everything else, M&S, BHS etc. One thing is missing from the whole of Wood Green, there's no Starbucks.
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