When it comes to London Shopping centers there are places where you can shop till you drop. There are some specific places where all your favourite shops could be found under single roof with a few place to drop down and rest your feet with coffee or meals.

Primarily the best hotspot for offering diversity in one place was London Trocadero but since its closure some of the other shopping centers are emerging with top ratings. The sheer variety that is available in places like is amazing.

Check the whole list of best shopping centers of London here.

1. Westfield London

Westfield London Aerial View

The place has emerged as a perfect spot for shopping, eating or just hanging out. There are over 265 fashion brands with the likes of Zara, House of Fraser, Topshop and M&S offer the latest styles and collection for you to try out. When it comes to food the place in itself is a competition for top restaurants with its Balcony providing open cooking, Pedestrian Street of dining and a cluster of restaurants along the Terrace. The central Atrium hosts a series of arts and exhibition under the unique glass roof that makes it an ideal spot for meeting.

2. Westfield Stratford City

Experience Shopping at Westfield Stratford City

One of the largest shopping malls in Europe the center consists of more than 250 shops and 70 places to dine.

Among the leisure activities are Vue Cinema, All Star Lanes, a bowling experience and Aspers Casino spread over 65000ft with 2 bars and 80 plus seating restaurant. The captivating view of the Olympic Park from Westfield Stratford city has alone been an inviting part of the Shopping Center.

The three stretches offering distinct kinds of foods are the best part. For upclass and luxurious evening you can head over to The Mezzanine casual dining area or can try Food Court for operators like Harry Ramsden’s and Crepeaffaire. For some traditional time the Great Eastern Market is perfect.

3. Hay’s Galleria

Perspective corrected view of Hay’s Galleria

Located nearby a number of London’s tourist attraction, Hay’s Galleria has come a long way from its century old trading place. The redevelopment has resulted in a great place to find a diverse variety of goods in all categories in a small area. The main attraction of the galleria is the 60ft kinetic sculpture by David Kemp that has a refreshing ambiance. Along with its stalls and shops and eating areas, the gallery is famous for holding various special events regularly.

4. King’s Road

King’s Road is one of London’s top shopping locations

Last but not the least King’s Road in London is the only place where you can find such a varietal mix that you could be left amazed. From fashion to punk and finest eateries, there is nothing that King’s Road cannot offer. The electric mix of the trendiest boutiques, designer shops and unique labels are a compliment for the enormous range of cafes and eateries. For the punk lovers Vivienne Westwood’s shop, the place where punk was born is a must visit. Along with these other retailers and Interior designers are also a spot for checking.