This is one large Tesco! You can get anything you want here, including electronics, mobile phones, and top ups! In addition to the usual groceries and other consumer goods, they also have large meat and fresh fish sections, with help on hand.
After you're done with your shopping, or during, if you prefer, you can pop upstairs to the cafe and get some snacks and tea or coffee. There's even a handy place to store (and lock up) your shopping cart while you do this, which impressed me to no end!
If you're still looking to practice more rampant consumerism, just step outside - there are plenty of other places to spend your hard earned money at, since this Tesco is very conveniently located with lots of other shopping nearby.
As a superstore goes it's about average, time will tell if it manages to draw the custom from sainsburys 100 metres away or Morrisons & Asda in the town.
As with most new store openings, the staff look like rabbits in head lights as they don't know where anything is.
My reason for shopping here today is to get some beer, at £10 per 24 cans of boddingtons that's a bargin & double points to boot.
13 nov 10
With the store now been open for a few weeks, it seems to have levelled out with custom. It's Saturday morning & not very busy. Tried the cafe & the food served is ok & cheap but the coffee is Costa & is a little expensive compared to the food.
In comparison to Sainsbuys cafe I prefer Tescos. The choice is yours!
Having not shopped any one of the big stores regularly, this is becoming a bit of a favourite as it's not to busy at anytime. Handy as I pass it on the way home & those club card points come in handy.
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