Sharjah City Center is a place to have you needs only, there is no much place to chill and play with your kids, you are there to feed your needs of shopping and buying some cloths. I go to Sharjah City Center just for buying some stuff from Carefour and Splash, I don't see Sharjah City Center as my first option because there is so many other places better than Sharjah City Center. Baby Shop there is great, I saw Baby Shop for the first time sells cloths to 17 years, and life style is great too, the food court is really limited you don't have so much options, there is McDonald's, and some other popular restaurant like Al Safeer that sells Arabian food and many others, Magic planet is not so great, they don't have this options just for the little ones, like 12 year old can't play there, the best magic plant you'll see is in Deira City Center, by walking through the mall you will see some stores in middle, these are so tricky, you'll buy it expensive and then after a month it's broken or vanished! In the grand floor, you'll see many electronics shops there, and there is a small library there, coffee shop, pharmacy, and some other stores that sells cloths. In the first level, you'll see stores that sells cloths, shoes, and bags, and there is Food Court and Carefour.
There is plenty of parking plots there, you have just to search for a minute and then you'll find it. I advice you to go there but it's not necessarily that you'll like it.
Sharjah City Centre (SCC) is not meant for tourists. It is something where residents around it go every other day.
Location – Located on Al Wahda road which also has the other two major malls and a LULU hypermarket. You will have plenty of options once on that road.
Parking – Plenty of basement parking and also open air parking around the mall.
No movie theatre (sad) although there is a movie theatre right next to SCC. This particular movie theatre has a few screens (3-4) and plays only INDIAN movies. I have never seen a Hollywood movie being screened here.
Carrefour – The most important and largest part of SCC is the Carrefour. Most people entering SCC are visiting the Carrefour. The Carrefour is the major crowd puller.
Food Court – small food court with limited options but good enough.
There are a lot of electronic shops in the ground floor and if you were to casually walk around the entire mall, it might not take more than 20 minutes to see all the stores in there.
That small it is.
BUT, although small, it is a place where you find people all the time. I go there often myself, if not for anything else but the Carrefour
This was close to the place where I have lived for about 8 months so SCC has a special place in my heart ... SCC is a resident's delight ... for someone who needs to go to Carrefour to do some quick shopping/grocery etc .. SCC is a delight. You can go straight to carrefour and the mall is small so u dont get lost inside it (unlike other BIG and HUGE malls of Dubai) :)