BHS British Home Stores Reviews
Newest Review: ... a joke, the lady in front of me wanted a jacket potato with coleslaw, " sorry no coleslaw". She then asked if she could have baked beans with her potato. She was told they didn't know where the beans were. They managed to find the beans, which had that dried up look about them, as though they had been reheated from the day before look. (This lady and I were the only customers at the counter at this time.) I then decided to try the cottage pie. I declined the peas as they looked older than the baked beans. Some looked older than others, quite yellow. I had the roast potatoes and the carrots. (These were cold.) I can't commen... more
Customer BHS British Home Stores Reviews (57)
by J Holmes - written on 18/07/12
After watching my daughter run in the race for life on Sunday 15 July 2012, my daughter in law and I decided to pop into the Worthing BHS Restraurant for lunch as we thought it would be suitable for us and my 18 month old grandson to have lunch. This Sunday was one of the busiest Sundays of the whole year in Worthing because the race for life was on. We arrived at about 12.10 and thought at first how lucky we were as there was only half a dozen people in the restaurant. Waiting to be served was a joke, the lady in front of me wanted a jacket potato with coleslaw, " sorry no coleslaw". She then asked if she could have baked beans ... Read the complete review
by Val Hill - written on 20/04/12
My daughter, on behalf of my grandchildren has for a number of years bought me blue slippers from BHS at Christmas. This year they had changed in that they now include memory foam innersoles. They are dreadful just wore two weeks and then had to buy two pairs of innersoles as I felt I was walking on the ground. Just now noticed that they are completed worn through and my big toes are hanging out. Now April, usually they last until the next Christmas but not alas this year.Could the original slippers, which were perfect, now be sold again at Christmas.
by - written on 17/01/12, updated on 17/01/12 (Useful, 124 readings)
Department stores are on the way out it seems. These stores sell everything but at inflated prices you can spend hours in them looking around so they all have restaurants and toilets in them. Very cheap meals could be bought in there restaurants 99p breakfasts etc inticing in shoppers for the brand name products sold at full price or with extreme discounts up to 75% off. Today BHS where I live in Surrey Queys is a shell of what a department store once was. The restaurant is gone all the goods seem to be own brand lots at full price but odd racks at discounts of up to 75% even odd garments discounted for what reason? I need a belt so popped in to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/11, updated on 02/12/11 (Very useful, 102 readings)
BHS stuff is for anyone over 50 and virgins, simple as, often two of the same, the mix of navy, grey and browns for the men and pastel pinks, greens and blues for the oldies somewhat depressing, racks and racks of unfashionable clobber being picked at by grannies and Christians the moment the doors open at 9am. It's only survived because chains like Littlewoods and COOP haven't on the high street and with Primark on the march its days maybe numbered. It's the HMV of clothing stores guys! Owner Phillip Green has been trying to flog the 187 store chain for a while now and recently announced the forced sales of 256 shops in his empire from all his brand names to make ends .. Read the complete review
by DC - written on 17/11/11
After ordering products which were marked "In Stock", one item was removed from the order AFTER payment was taken. I got no explanation until I queried this.Next day delivery failed, the courier delivered after two days, left the delivery on the doorstep and ran off (I saw him), he logged it as "Left in a secure place".Repeated attempts to get refund for out of stock item have failed, sarcastic responses from customer service. They say I have to take it up with my card issuer.I will never use BHS again, and suggest you shop elsewhere.