Nice supermarket, lovely restaurant on site doing cooked food, situated on a retail park surrounded by other shops. Plenty of parking and cash points situated outside. The meat and fish here at top quality probably the best supermarket for these items in my opinion. Down sides for me are that there customer service is poor by comparison to Tesco for example and you need a pound coin for the trolleys and you often get double glazing sales people touting for business in store.
Morrisons is the most convenient place to shop for me, as I also visit the pet shop for hamster bits, occasionally visit Boots for make-up, nip in the charity shop and there's also a choice of fast food places.
I usually go to Morrisons for the breakfasts until 4pm, (I love the tea, which is cheap) which have almost always been perfect for me. The portion sizes can be a tad small, a large chips I would certainly consider a small. The staff are usually pleasant and polite. I've had the odd miserable woman at the end till, but we're usually just concentrating on where we'll sit at this point.
The one occasion I didn't enjoy the breakfast was when there was the bus of elderly people visiting. There was a long queue and the place was dirty. The trays near the beginning were filthy, it looked like someone had vomited on all of them. Realistically it was probably wet swampy mashed potato. I'm very squeamish about germs and dirt, so it wasn't pleasant to see a lot of older people eating with their mouths open. However this has only happened once, and we continue to eat there.
The tables need to be cleaned properly, as often flies will circle round sticky stains. Also, it can get VERY hot in summer, it's very sticky.
All in all Morrisons gets a thumbs up, I just wish they stocked single packs of Wotsits!
I don't visit Morrisons too often as it is on the other side of Milton Keynes compared to where I live. However, when I'm in the area I do make the effort to go into the store as they often have some great offers on food or the various other products on sale in the store. As they are smaller than competitors such as Tesco or Asda, they obviously need to offer some deals to entice people into the store. Their fresh fruit and baked goods are excellent value for money and always taste great. If it was closer to me then I'd probably make it my regular supermarket.
Normal supermarket range with good offers and in-store bakery delicatessen and dry cleaners (slow service at the latter five days for jacket). Generally good for domestic shopping.
Morrisons is now my supermarket of choice for most of my weekly shop. I say most because starting on the bad points, their fresh fruit and veg is not the best and not comparable to the freshness of the stock in the local Tesco. However, Morrisons cannot be missed for its meat and fish alone - the quality and breadth of the range is fantastic..they literally sell all parts of the animals for all your cooking needs. Their lean stewing steak is now a staple to my weekly shop, it can be used in curries, casseroles, stews, pies etc. They have some lovely cheeses too and plenty of offers on for Christmas goodies.
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