Waitrose is great; I can easily pull together everything for my evening meal and there’s always something interesting and new to try. I trust them. Co-op too. Dependable choices. I appreciate Tesco for fresh and the classics.
Now we’ve found Lidl, we’ve not looked back. Aldi and Morrisons are good but Lidl is full of inspiration, the value is incredible and we always come away with a week of meals and plenty of treats within budget.
We get store-cupboard basics delivered in and have an Amazon subscription for non-grocery household. Then it’s Waitrose for the quality, variety and fresh. Co-op and Morrisons are easy for the last minute top-up.
I’m definitely going to miss fresh counters and deli, they were a big part of my reasons to go to the big Tesco. I guess that’s Morrisons on standby now?
To be honest, we’ve not gone back to Tesco since defecting to Aldi. We probably wouldn’t have even noticed the fresh changing.
Tesco used to be ahead of Lidl for me but now there’s no real difference in the fresh and premium stuff then I can’t see much point in going to Tesco.
Loving the inspiration and fun I’m seeing at Tesco now. They’re getting a much bigger share of my spend these days because they help me create more exciting meals.
Tesco is nicer now and we’ve gone a few times; the deli especially is much easier and more relevant to us now. But Lidl, Morrisons and Aldi still get the lion’s share.
The Tesco click and collect counters are amazing, I can get fresh butchered meat without any waiting. Tapping out for goodies on the tablets is brilliant as well.