Supermarkets in Glasgow
Braehead Shopping Centre
I quite like this branch as it has lots of parking places and it is situated within the Braehead shopping centre with Boots being next door (very handy). The quality of food is very good and I must say that in my opinion of all of the supermarket I find Sainsbury's very ethical in many ways. I do find that recently it has also had a good selection of buy one get one free and lots of half price deals and their own brand food is far superior to many other supermarket ones. There is also a big selection of TU clothes. I mostly buy their kids clothes and found the designs and the materials of excellent quality. The T shirts recently bought there were as soft and thick as the ones bought in Gap and washed really well.
A User - 07/09/2008 | report this review
Sainbury's is located at the far end of the Braehead Shooping Centre (opposite end from M&S). Over the past few years Sainbury's have finally got their act together and you no longer go in and find constantly empty shelves. This problem was throughout the Sainsbury's group, not just this store. Have to admit I use this store to stock up on buy one get one free offers. The quality of their produce is superior to Tesco, Morrisons, and Asda. I would it is no par with M&S but without the M&S prices. Excellent parking facilities. It also has the Coinstar facility. There is one gripe with this store and that is the restaurant. Over the years it is common to have a bite to eat before shopping. I have noticed the service and quality of food served has deteriorated - it is still way ahead of the yeuch served in Asda.
A User - 10/08/2008 | report this review
Sainsburies in Braehead shopping centre is very good for groceries if you live near, as it is the same size as normal supermarkets. They also do regular buy one get one free deals, and their own brand of food is good quality when compared to somewhere like tesco. I was expecting a smaller sized shop as it was situated in a shopping centre. Very easy to navigate, and it has a nice cafe with affordable lunches. However supermarkets like ASDA are still cheaper I feel, but saying that sainsburies items have fallen in price over the years which is good.
A User - 07/08/2008 | report this review
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