This mini-Asda is apparently one of the first former Netto stores to be converted following their recent takeover. The shop has been completely refitted with a new layout and a small instore bakery at the back. They've managed to fit in a much wider range of stock, you could do a full weekly shop here which maybe wasn't always the case with Netto.
The one quibble I've got based on my visits so far is that they seem to consider this to be a convenience store rather than a supermarket so you may well see numerous people stacking shelves but only one till open. They seem to be relying on customers using the automated tills (which are hidden away behind the normal tills and easy miss on your first visit). This is ok if you're buying a small number of items but not suitable for a full weekly shop. It would be nice if they were more reactive in getting someone off the shop floor and onto a till when a queue builds up, although it's still early days so maybe that will happen once the store is fully up to speed.
Overall it's ok and more convenient to pop into than Tesco. Having Iceland next day is also handy, and the car park is adequate most of the time so it's easy enough to park providing you avoid peak times.
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