In 2007, Silverburn centre replaced the Pollock centre and presently houses big brands in shopping genre and forerunner stores as well as a number of food brands. It is an indoor shopping centre and the largest purpose-built shopping centre in Scotland. The main food court is called the Garden and it is home to Wagamama, Pizza Hut, Yo! Sushi, Nando’s and several other restaurants in the centre. Silverburn is open generally from 10.00 am to 9.00 pm every weekday although some stores are open until late.
In Silverburn, you can find some of the biggest fashion names on the high street while Marks & Spencer, Debenhams and Tesco are the anchor stores in the centre. Stores like Pure Spa can also be found on the upper level of the shopping centre. The Kurt Geiger branch in Silverburn will take care of your footwear needs.
You can take your kids to the Game store, Argos or TK Maxx store, to pick up a variety of toys. The centre uses child safe zone for kids who wander off and get lost, it enables you to find them quickly. Next to Patisserie Valerie is Tim Hortons and Silverburn happens to be the first shopping centre in the UK to house Tim Hortons, the Canadian cafe and bake shop. A huge array of fashion including River Island, Superdrug and Boots, Phase Eight, LK Bennett, Coast and Hobbs, James Lakeland, Remus Uomo, and Topman so you can shop till you drop.
Pokemon Go players have gotten a 250-meter lane at the Silverburn shopping centre which helps to avoid disruptions in the mall. However, it is attracting thousands of users to the store and getting people to see more of the store. Electronic lovers will be wowed by the Panasonic store at the centre, and there’s even a Post Office in the centre.