Peter Jones

Shopping, Department stores Chelsea
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Venue name: Peter Jones
Address: Sloane Square
Transport: Tube: Sloane Sq
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I love Peter Jones. It's ideal if you can't face the bustle of John Lewis. Quieter and at a slightly slower pace (not the service I meant the crowds) I find Peter Jones a more enjoyable shopping experience. Staff are knowledgeable and helpful. Like the rest of John Lewis it provides a great service - I recently used their nursery shopping service which was so useful. They ended by giving me a cake and tea voucher! The top restaurant is awesome with brilliant views  and a great choice of cakes and warm meals. It's a doddle to get to as it's so close to Sloane Square tube. It's such a cool department store. 


Discovered the Top Floor Restaurant here today which is fantastic.  Not only reasonably priced good food (simple, hot lunches, sandwiches, soup, etc) but at no extra cost wonderful views over London.  The store itself is an amazing design and as usual with a John Lewis, it's a pleasure to walk round and browse at leisure.


Fabulous haberdashery and stationery departments, and decent loos that are easy to locate. 

Nice restaurant on the roof which has lovely views across London. 

Great stop off and meeting point. 


This is an iconic landmark on sloane square offers a pretty standard John Lewis- I have no clue why this one has a different name. I like the fabrics here as a keen sewer the haberdashery is well stocked and you can find some fun fabrics in the fabrics bin on the ground floor for home projects. The beauty section is lovely and so are the home. The one bit that does not really impress is the woman's wear which is very much geared to an older audience. 


Although just a rebranded version of John Lewis, this place is quintessentially Chelsea. Even the stationary department seems more pretentious. Probably has something to do with the abundance of Sloane yummy mummies swanning around in cashmere.