LHR

Terminal 3

London
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Restaurants

If you're in need of something to eat as soon as you reach the airport, you'll find a coffee chain, a fresh sandwich and salad place and a modern British pub before Security. There are only 10 restaurants, cafés and bars found after Security but they are good quality and include the well-reviewed art deco parlor café Oriel Grande Brasserie, as well as Pilots brasserie, and Italian and sushi chains. For an elegant ambiance, try the Caviar House & Prunier oyster bar or seafood bar with 15-minute menus and champagne by the glass.
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Shopping

Before Security, you'll find a newsstand, a luggage shop and a souvenir store. After Security, Terminal 3 has around 50 stores, where you'll find duty free and a wealth of international brands, as well as British high street names such as Cath Kidston, Jack Wills, Kurt Geiger and Paul Smith. Harrods and World of Whiskies have stores here, and so does much-loved British children's character Paddington Bear.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Currency exchange
  • Family lounge
  • Information points
  • Multi-faith prayer rooms
  • Pharmacy (before & after Security)
  • Post office
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Changing places
  • Induction loops (look for the sign showing the 'sympathetic ear' symbol)
  • Special assistance area
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Restaurants

There are 3 options in Arrivals - a traditional British pub & kitchen, a chain coffeehouse and a family-friendly healthy snack counter.
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Shopping

Buy a local SIM card, and stock up on groceries and healthcare essentials. You'll find M&S Simply Food and Boots pharmacy in Arrivals. There's also a last-minute duty-free outlet in the Baggage Claim hall.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Currency exchange
  • Help point in Baggage Reclaim
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Induction loops (look for the sign showing the 'sympathetic ear' symbol)
  • Text payphones

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