Where to go purchase stuff when moving to London?


(all school supplies there’s small ones all around the city ones on high street ken)


The three big grocery stores are Waitrose, Tesco’s, and Sainsbury’s

There’s a big Sainsbury at the beginning of Cromwell road not far from Gloucester road station (the Waitrose is right on top of the station for food) Sainsbury on Cromwell will have food, school supplies, cleaning supplies, kitchen products ect. There’s also a big Tesco’s even before Sainsbury that’s farther but pretty big as well. Otherwise in the city most of the stores are express so there’s only small amounts of products like nyc grocery stores. (they probably wont even have toilet paper)


selling household, DIY and homeware goods, including own-brand products. There’s one on high street ken.

Homebase- Home Depot type store

if you need extra storage or a mirror or something you can try Homebase but there outside the city but no farther than a 15 minute uber

John Lewis- Macy’s type

John Lewis is the biggest department store in England the closest is in Chelsea right when you get off at Sloan square (the one there is actually called peter jones because it was so famous before being bought)

Tiger- a Swedish company that is like if target and the dollar store had a baby really cool stuff really cheap everything from 10 pack of colorful sponges for £1 to picture frames for £3 to hapers for £5 to spices £0.10 to toy cars for £10. The closest is on kings road

Mall- Westfield Hammersmith

You might check out the mall its like a 20 minute tube ride or 10-5 minute uber its huge and pretty so if you need clothes, storage ect. They have an all saints, Zara, John Lewis, Nike, all the big stores.

Ariel Way, Shepherd's Bush, London W12 7GF, UK

Boots- pharmacy

All beauty and pharmacy needs boots is the go to store there’s small and bog ones all over the city and they have a huge variety products including Chanel, L'Oréal, Maybelline, smash box ect. (they sell the boots products at targets in the us). There’s a big one on high street ken but smaller ones closer.

Robert Dyse- DIY and home products (like ACE hardware)

Zara home-

Muji- a Japanese brand they sell literally everything but in the most basic way. As always one on king’s road and high street ken.

Waterstone books- barns and noble of England

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