The joy of the Northbank is being in the know about shops you won’t find anywhere else.
Shopping on the Northbank will give you a taste of old and new London. From Stanley Gibbons, the world’s biggest stamp shop, and Twinings Tea Shop, to Mad World Fancy Dress and Laird Hatters. Get your essentials at Specsavers or Superdrug, then indulge at Hotel Chocolat and The Whiskey Exchange.
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Here’s what you can find right on your doorstep…
A collection of award-winning fragrances powered with flowers and made with love.
The Cashmere Choice, a boutique established in the heart of London in 2001.
The Rooftop surpasses the city’s finest when it comes to alfresco drinking and dining against the backdrop of London’s iconic skyline. On the seventh floor of the Trafalgar St James Hotel, The Rooftop is a space for sipping individually crafted cocktails and drinking in the inimitable city view. Complete with al fresco and canopy-covered seating, the 378sqm sky-high space lends itself as a year-round experience.
For hundreds of years Hopkins and Jones has been serving the public, delivering a high quality service and the finest jewellery, watches and silver.
Covent Garden Physio aims to restore painfree movement and full function as soon as possible.
Amongst other things, Smarter WIFI can capture customer data or increase your social media following.
Award-winning windowboxes, hanging baskets, office plants and corporate and event flowers.
They are a long established, private clinic offering professional dental services in the heart of London.
Providers of professional tanning solutions across the UK since 1991.
They provide bespoke photography solutions at their studio in Somerset House, right in the centre of London.
Located in Central London, they are the oldest fitness equipment store in the UK.
Mad World is conveniently located in Charing Cross Underground station and serves all of your fancy dress needs.
Pink Pansy flower stall has a fantastic range of fresh flowers daily, creating reception area flower arrangements as well as bouquets for gifts and celebrations.
Kiehl’s has celebrated over 165 years of innovative service.
Rush have firmly stamped their mark in the hairdressing industry, with over 60 bustling salons and 13 prestigious British Hairdressing Awards to their name.
One of London’s best kept secrets found hidden underground, right in the centre of the city.
With free access to over 2,300 paintings from altarpieces to the Impressionists, there’s something for everyone at the National Gallery.
Pastificio is located next door to Cafe Murano Covent Garden; a modern pasta factory, deli-café and wine store from Angela Hartnett.
Laird Hatters is an independent specialist in caps, hats and all headwear.
Established collectors and enthusiastic beginners love Stanley Gibbons, the world’s oldest rare stamp merchant.
Twinings and Co is passionate about the drink that keeps Britain going.
One-stop shop for anyone who wants to have a ball.
An emporium of fine clothing and accessories for the modern man about town.
This British chocolatier actually grows rich cocoa for fine chocolate with a witty, fashionable edge.
Kryolan have been supplying the film, theater and television industries for over 70 years.
Somerset House is a place of inspiration, welcoming everyone.
The church is open every day and visitors are welcome to attend a service, concert or event and for prayer and reflection.