I love the variety of food and stores in this mall. The restaurants are top-notch. The food court even has really good food. I can't say that there is better food court. Any food court without seeing A&W or McDonalds is a huge plus.
Daiso used to be good when items were $2. Daiso has fsunk to a new low with over-priced c@!p. Realy hard to find $2 items that are unique in Daiso. I can usually... more
Aberdeen Center is the biggest Asian mall in town, but there's really not much there besides Fairchild-a local TV and Radio station. Most of the stores sells clothes but i find the styles to be too "Asian-y" for my style and way too expensive. I usually go to Aberdeen either for food or for Daiso (a Japanese 2$ store which is awesome to check out). For restaurants, they have Chinese, Dim Sum,... more
Picked up a Made in China tee with a monkey on it and asked the clerk for the price. She said $199. I almost laughed in her face. This scene repeats itself throughout the short 2 hours I spent at Aberdeen. How do Vancouverians afford clothes?
Aberdeen is a 3 level mall catered towards the huge community in Vancouver/Richmond. It consists mainly of clothing, small home appliance, jewelry, and... more
The many new-to-North America retailers make this centre worth the drive to Richmond. Purchase sushi ware, snacks, stationery, household supplies, and toiletries from a variety of Asian-influenced stores.
Aberdeen Centre offers these services: shopping mall, shopping centre.
Situated in the southern suburbs of the city, this gigantic mall is an Asian delight with a western appeal. The mall has over 150 stores and services and caters to a large number of shoppers everyday too. Though the primary customer of the mall are Asian Canadian, it attracts plenty of western customers and tourists too. The mall has lifestyle shops selling designer clothing for both men and... more