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Vasil Dolorezi is drinking coffee at Crawley Town Centre. Near Crawley Town Centre. Shakeaway Crawley Shopping Mall. Annoyed shoppers are just as likely to give up and go home for a spot of online shopping.
The attractiveness of visiting the mall is also beneficial to the rest of town and the mall should see their position as a central retail hub as more than just a 'shopping arcade' and realise that they have the potential to help restore the economic balance and promote growth within the wider retail community. Access for those who are less able and parents laden with all the paraphernalia required to move a child children should be a priority when planning the ease of which to navigate the mall.
By restricting the route from the car park to the rest of the mall you are effectively alienating half of the demographic of your immediate surrounding area. The saying "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" springs to mind! The mall was so much better prior to the removal of stairs and escalators - please restore our mall to its former glory. Variety of shops okay but since changing access to car park and taking away stairs in central lobby it is a comp I know that Primark stipulated that they wanted footfall to come outside their shop but surely the convenience of shoppers should not be put behind ONE shop.
If people want to go to Primark they will, especially since it is now much more convenient than when outside in queens square. The decision is short sighted as people will stop coming to County Mall if made too difficult to shop there. I hope the powers that be have a rethink soon before new refurb is commenced and add stairs back in and restart the escalators at food court end from car park.
Three other customers were served before her while she waited. When eventually she was served, she had to repeat the order twice to be understood she has no accent. Then the server put the wrong ingredients into the cup. She corrected him before blending. The proper ingredients were then used, but only a half serving of what she was used to.
The server blended the cup for just a few seconds and poured into a cup. All this time he was talking to a fellow server about plans for the evening and not watching what was being done.
At the end a request for lots of marsh mellows was asked and 2 were put in. When paying for the shake, my daughter was carefully counting out the money from her hand, the server reached over and 'helped' by taking directly from her hand without asking permission first.
The milkshake was poorly blended and not drinkable. Overall a very poor experience and behaviour that if I was aware of, bordering on insolence and disrespect. I do love shakeaway! My only complaint would be that when ordering, I can barely hear a thing they're saying and There's the obvious noise from the food court and the blenders, but every time I've been they've had their music on so loud, which with the added sound around makes it impossible to hear without shouting.
Crawley has a quaint town Centre. During the year on the weekends, you can find stalls selling food stuff amongs
County Mall Shopping Centre. Open today 9am - 6pm Wednesday 10th October Full Opening Hours. Stores A-Z Find a Store Store a-z. Store map Tell us about it! We will be in County Mall #Crawley this Thursday 11 October from 11am to 2. Crawley has a quaint town Centre. During the year on the weekends, you can find stalls selling food stuff amongst the shoppers. If you prefer being inside, the mall is right there with lots of high street shops/5(82). Whether you are a shopper or a business Crawley has so much to offer you. Popular high street names; County Mall shopping centre; Weekly markets in the High Street Local shops in every neighbourhood; After a busy day shopping in the town centre there are plenty of bars and restaurants along the High Street to rest your weary feet.