Good Shop/Bad Shop
Seeing as everyone is being moaning about service . . . .
Good Shop – kustom bikes ordered 1pm thursday arrived 11am friday despite the guy sounding like a stoner, he sure knows how to get my future custom.
Bad Shop – Billys bikes, the guy is always miserable and appears to dislike mainstream brands.
Doesn’t have to be bike related, but would be nice to know who deserves my bees and honey.Posted 9 years ago
Double G, our local Waitrose was the Grocer magazine’s Store of the Week, a couple of weeks back. TBH it’s a pleasure to go to. What so bad about the one near you?
tails, it’s called “Rob’s” As much as can be is local, for instance all the beef and lamb produce lives about 5 miles away, is slaughtered 8 miles away, and is properly hung, and cut. Likewise Sausages, burgers etc. all made on site. Pork is 20 miles away. Queue out the door most daysPosted 9 years ago
What so bad about the one near you?
I just hate – it’s useless. It’s just up the road from me (much closer than my Tesco) and I often drive past it coming home from work so sometimes pop in to pick the odd thing up. I always end up regretting it – never seem to learn my lesson. They only have a fraction of the stuff which Tesco has. It’s hugely overpriced – often dearer than my ‘asian’ cornershop for the same products. Their bread is not nice at all and their ‘ready meals’ are appalling – I’ve ended up throwing them in the bin after a couple of mouthfuls. Even my cats won’t eat their cat food ffs ! I’ve got a Sainbury’s about the same distance which I much prefer (but no way as much as Tesco) but parking can be a bit of a nightmare, so I’ve been known to go to Waitrose for something ‘safe’ such as sugar, because Waitrose carpark is never more than half full – no fecker wants to shop there ! I could go on …..Posted 9 years ago
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