BP Connect

Kingston Road, London

BP Connect
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Address:Wimbledon Chase Service Station
314 Kingston Road, Raynes Park
London, SW20 8LR
Map:Map & nearby
Region:Raynes Park
Nearest Station:Wimbledon Chase
Category:Petrol Filling Stations
More Stores:BP Connect London Store Finder
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Opening Hours:

Mon:06:00 - 22:00
Tue:06:00 - 22:00
Wed:06:00 - 22:00
Thu:06:00 - 22:00
Fri:06:00 - 22:00
Sat:06:00 - 22:00
Sun:07:00 - 22:00


About: BP Connect offers a mini-market, selling a limited selection of everyday products, from milk to bread, as well as petrol and diesel.

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  3. Tesco Petrol Filling Station (1.1 miles)
    Beverley Way, Town Centre, KT3 4PJ


The Latest User Reviews of BP Connect


User Rating: 5 / 10
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Member since: Sep 2006
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II use this Garage everyday.
Most days it is a quick stop for my daughter to buy a drink for school, however I have encountered a few issues over the last few months.

I have purchased hot food on a couple of occasions, which I will not be doing again. The sausage muffins are dry & tasteless. I bought it as part of a promotion -- Coffee & muffin for £2.50 (coffee alone is £1.99). Sadly it did NOT enhance the experience, in fact I was disappointed. I have also purchased their "Panini’s" recently, which again, seem to be devoid of filling. A mozzarella & tomato has NO tomato, only a "relish" & the mozzarella was so thin, when I opened it, it was barely visible on the bread.

I would also state that my most embarrassing moment came when a member of staff shouted across the tills (in front of customers) to the server I was standing with... "She has put petrol in too" ... As If I was about to not pay! I was waiting for a Panini to be cooked & hadn’t even started the payment process. They always ask if you had had petrol anyway... What was that about?

I should also say, that the staff seem to chatter away in a foreign language quite regularly, which I actually find offensive (so did the gentleman standing behind me today).

So if you are after petrol & nothing else, this station is perfect, however if you are after good food & decent customer service, I would say drive up to the new B&Q on the roundabout near the A3, just across the road you will find "ON THE RUN".. much much better!

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