This has to be the biggest Tesco in Plymouth and it has literally everything you could need under one roof.
There is a large assortment of toys, clothes, homewares, toiletries, electrical equipment as well as food products.
There is a fair size restaurant upstairs and there are travellators you can use to get up there easily with your trolleys or alternatively a lift at the back of the store.
The restaurant is really reasonable with toasted paninis starting at £3 and hot drinks from 60p. You can also buy food boxes for the children where you choose your own drink, piece of fruit, sandwich and other items, which is ideal for children who want a bit of independance in choosing there own lunch.
They always have the latest DVD's, computer games etc, and my OH always drools over the largest LCD tv's upstairs or maybe it's the sports they are so often playing on them.
Downstairs there are always lots of staff around so you always have help at hand.
There are also machines in various locations around the store for you to check prices of items yourself.
There is a pharmacy and opticians inside the store too.
Petrol is also very reasonable at the petrol station.
This is an excellent branch of Tesco because it is huge and has just about everything you could want! The clothing department upstairs is great - there are many things for the home as well. They always sell fresh flowers by the door so it's easy to nip in for a gift for someone (I'm thinking of my mother-in-law here!) and there's a garage for petrol too. Loads of parking spaces. Recommended.
Where can I start about the Tesco at Woolwell! Well.firstly it is massive, so big, you probably wouldn't find a bigger tesco to be honest! It has a petrol station as well and a few other little shops next to it, cash points which are obviously free, and lots and lots of parking. This place has everything, from clothes, to food to CDs to books, they also sell Televisions and Ipods etc. I think the one thing people are attracted to for tesco's is that it is an honest reliable name people know and they know they are getting good value for money. I always seem to shop here if I am out this way, it is a little bit too far out all the time for me, but when I do go it is really good.
If you are going to go to tescos this is the one to go to - it's hard to think of much that they don't sell. Great range of children's clothes. The cafe is pretty awful - run by a concession and on a recen occasion when we complained about the cleanliness of the tables and the toilets and the quality of the food - the manager was not as they say 'bovvered'! Always plenty of parking, usually enough mother and baby spaces, they even have a car trolley! And of course the petrol station which often but not always has the cheapest petrol around.
This is one of the largest supermarkets I have been in and is comparable to the vast French hypermarkets that sell everything including the kitchen sink. The store is set on two levels and everything seems logically set out, but there is always a member of staff on hand if you're not sure where to find anything. Tesco is still one of the strongest competitors in getting a good bargain in your trolley, and in this credit crunch it is worth your while popping in here. They have ample parking and also have a petrol station but I'm dubious about their claim for being open 24 hrs as I'm sure I've been there on at least 2 occasions and it's been closed!!
This tesco is one of the biggest and best in the region with a very good range. This is a extra store meaning upstairs there is a cafe, clothing and entertainment area. Downstairs is all the normal plus a bit of household, stationary etc. he only downside is sometimes the queues at the tills seem quite busy and dont always move really quick and the petrol station seems to run at a snails pace.
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