LGW

North Terminal

London
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Restaurants

Whether you're in the mood for Italian, Japanese, American or just a sandwich or a coffee, all tastes are catered for among 17 eating options, most of which are after Security. Armadillo Cafe and Grill offers good vegetarian options and, for those traveling with kids, Shake-a-Hula has hot dogs and milkshakes, along with fresh fruit. If you're a fan of the sloe berry, The Nicholas Culpeper has the distinction of being the world's first airport gin distillery, and offers an all-day dining menu of British classics; it's found before Security.
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Shopping

British high street names such as Accessorize, Fat Face and Dune have dedicated stores here, alongside branches of famous retail giants Harrods and Hamleys. Dixons Travel cater to your electronics needs and there are plenty of international brands among the 30 or so stores. There's just one high-end minimart before Security.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Baby care facilities
  • Currency exchange
  • Device charging stations
  • Internet kiosk
  • Kids' entertainment zone
  • Prayer room
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Accessibility

  • Accessible lounge
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Assistance points
  • Reserved seating
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Restaurants

Coffee and snacks are available in Arrivals.
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Shopping

You can stock up on essentials at the Boots pharmacy and a couple of WH Smith newsstands. There's also a World Duty Free store.
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Facilities

  • Airport Concierge (tourism)
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Changing places

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