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21 Camden Passage
Kamilla Ruberg on Camden Passage in Islington have some really wonderful jewellery, the design in the store really brings out the detail and is so relaxing that is gives you time to really appreciate the items in store, the staff...
107 Essex Road
I'm so pleased this place is still going! Used to come here when I was little to buy fabric and bits and pieces when I made dolls clothes and silly things like that. Then as I got older I went here for curtain and cushion-cover...
208 Essex Road
Jools Flowers is a great place to visit for all types of floral gifts, and the customer service is second-to-none. it's a good choice if you're not sure what type of bouquet or plant you want to go for, as the staff are always so...
109 Essex Road
Great boutique with a unique range-although on the small size!Eye catching window displaysFriendly service-no attitude...
33 Camden Passage Islington London
This place really does serve up the food of the Gods. Beautifully hand-made and well presented chocolates that make great gifts and actually deliver the taste promised by the gorgeous packaging. I'm hoping someone might stop by...
31 Upper Street
The branch of H&B at 31 Upper Street is well placed for those in need of a healthy local snack or pick-me-up, as well as being a great source of natural remedies. The staff here are particularly friendly and knowledgable, and I...
252 Pentonville Road
Parmar's Gift and Card Shop on Pentonville Road in Islington have a nice range of cards and gifts to suit a variety of ocasions, the staff are friendly and everything is reasonably priced.
183 Upper Street
In an age of throw-away fast fashion it's great to know that there are those who still care about keeping a good pair of old shoes or boots going, and even better when there are experts like the guys at Master Cobbler on your...
114 Islington High Street
I love Home & Pantry for picking up quirky, pretty domestic bits and bobs, and no trip to Camden Passage is complete without checking what the girls have got in store. Here you'll find decorative utensils, storage jars and tins,...
190 Upper Street
As a bit of a foodie I can never resist popping into Gill Wing's cookshop when I'm in this neck of the woods. It's best for buying presents, as the goods are sometimes more expensive than one can justify spending on oneself! But...
149a Upper Street
If you want to spoil someone rotten, I can recommend Dugans as a good place to start. This lovely little shop is packed with delicious Belgian delights, all presented to perfection. I have to admit to going in here once or twice...
28 Camden Passage
Equa is the place to go for absolutely top notch fashion. All labels stocked adhere to rigorous ethical standards, but the owners of this shop certainly have an eye for style too-not a frumpy hippy skirt in sight.
97 Essex Road
I like the Chris Price flower store a lot, as it's a little bit more affordable than some of the better-known shops along the beaten track of Upper Street. Just around the corner in Essex Road it's hardly a trek, and it's well...
133 Newington Green Road
Even if you can only afford to browse and dream, this vintage homewares shop is well worth a visit. The owners are hugely talented at picking out pieces that will look great in the modern home, and every visit is an inspiration....
338 Caledonian Road
Krazy flowers is a fun little shop on the Caledonian Road, selling flowers, bouquets and floral tributes of all sorts. Staff know their stuff and have always been helpful and friendly when I've dropped in: they also arrange...
5 Liverpool Road
I love M&S, but I can't help thinking that they have to be big in order to do themselves justice. The range in here isn't great, as they have three tiers on which to put everything. The fashion is upstairs and is okay; the food is...
29 Islington High Street
This is a very small shop from the front but it's quite deep too, and crammed with goodies. Like all Oxfams it does some nice products from its own range, including some yummy hot chocolate. Their Divine advent calendars are my...
11 Islington Green
i really like this bookshop-much nicer than the old borders in the n1 centre used to be. the staff are so helpful and always willing to go the extra mile. nice to have some really intelligent people behind the desk:) lots of stock...
104 Islington High Street
This is a wonderful little boutique tucked away in Camden Passage. It specialises in what you might call 'shabby chic', with all manner of vintage and faux-vintage homewares and furniture.
Prices aren't too bad, and...
30-32 Islington Green
I love this shop, and it sits just at the end of Camden Passage. It's not cheap, but it won't bankrupt you either and you can get some really classy, unique additions to your wardrobe. Fab shoes too.