3 reviews of Marks & Spencer in English
Marks and Spencer in Almondvale has a good range of clothes but not as many as larger stores like the Gyle. Some Ladies clothes are downstairs and you can go on the escalor to mens, home, shoes, lingerie etc. There are changing rooms on both levels which are manned and staff willing to get another size if you need it.
I like the Food hall which has a wide range of food and is very popular when they have meal deals for £10.Their flowers are great value too.
The bank area is good and we have used it to buy euros. If you shop In Marks regularily it is worth checking out the Credit card so you get vouchers to spend throughout the year.
A good addition to the shops in Livingston and if you want to rest try something in the coffee shop.
This marks and sparks is located in the shopping centre. It has a limited food court but otherwise good shopping facilities (wide variety of clothes in different departments) they also have a great little cafe that overlooks the inside of the shopping centre. The food is delicious and not as expensive as you would think for an M&S cafe (but it isn’t cheap) a great little place to go for lunch once you have exhausted yourself shopping.
The nes M and S in Livingston Centre is fanastic, far better than the Edinburgh Princes Street store. There is a ver wide range of stock, a great cafe and the staff are really helpful. Rubbish home range though!
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