M&M's world

Wardour Street, London

M&M's world
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Address:Swiss Centre
1 Wardour Street, London Chinatown
London, W1D 6QF
Map:Map & nearby
Region:London Chinatown
Nearest Station:Piccadilly Circus
Category:Confectioners
Telephone:
Opening Hours:

Monday - Saturday: 10.00am - Midnight
Sunday: Noon - 18.00
Please call ahead on Bank Holidays


About: This new store is dedicated to the colourful fun of M&M'S®. Measuring 35,000 square feet and spread over 4 floors, it has an extensive range of M&M'S® chocolates and merchandise, including kitchenware, clothing, bedding, jewelery and glassware. It even has a giant wall of chocolate where you can create your own M&M'S® selection from over 100 choices.

Please note: ALL children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult

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User Rating: 2 / 10
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justin, england
Added: Jul 2014
overpriced for bad tasting chocolate peanuts and extremely rude staff serving. need to improve. do not come here to buy anything unless taking photos and instead buy chocolate in supermarkets as they need to lower prices and have good customer service.

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