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Pedicure recommendations?

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Tuesday 20 February 2007 7.38pm
My heels are like turnips. Any recommendations for a local pedicure?
Tuesday 20 February 2007 8.03pm
There is a chiropodist in Newcomen Street - very nice people, reasonable charges and several pedicure treatments on their list. Seem to be closed on Wednesday/Thursdays. Sorry not sure of the name of it and I've mislaid their telephone number.

I'm glad I'm not having turnips for dinner!!!!
Wednesday 21 February 2007 11.07am
Stress Exchange on Tooley St.
Wednesday 21 February 2007 11.32am
The Newcomen St place is called the Footcare Centre and their tel number is 7403 2571. I went the other day and it was fine.
Wednesday 21 February 2007 11.34am
Can beleive the prices these places charge!!!!
Thursday 31 January 2008 10.40pm
I prefer a beauty parlour type place, rather than a chiropodist. I am still looking for one locally. How about the Vietnames-run pace on Walworth Road, do they do pedicures?
Friday 1 February 2008 12.11am
Try Diamond Nails on Old Kent Road, opposite East St library. I think it is 22 for a pedi & you get to sit in a massage chair. Their phone is 020 7740 1522.

No connection, just a happy customer
Friday 1 February 2008 8.58am
I second Diamond Nail's I've been going for years and I wouldn't go anywhere else, they're lovely people and if you get there early enough you won't have to wait as they do get very very busy
Friday 1 February 2008 8.50pm
Brilliant, and I am just down the road. Thanks very much.

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