8 reviews of Iceland.co.uk in English
Iceland sells fantastic value for money ranges of food and often has excellent offers. Great for childrens meals and snack foods such as pizza. staff are always friendly and willing to help. As a student nurse I shopped here all the time but now only visit occasionally to stock freezer.
Decent food at good prices
Theres very little parking so youll have to carry what you buy
A pushchair friendly store with happy to help staff
Many items are £1 in the sho
Many lines are availbable such as lasange frozen
They also sell a basic range of fresh fruit and veg and chilled items such as cheese and fresh meats
Bread and staples are also availble
They offer a bonus card scheme
I love shopping at Iceland. The food prices here are unbelievable. I usually pick up items for a pound such as chips, lasagne and much more. The store itself is centrally located in the city centre and there is a small car park at behind the store.
Iceland is a haven for students and literally anybody wanting to save a bit of money I have recently decide. Often overshadowed by the price waring of Asda, Sainsburys and Tescos, Iceland chugs along in the background beating them all hands down with its own variety of frozen food. There’s nothing tasteless or bad about the products at all. I was amazed when I first shopped here at how little I spent. Only about 6 items in my trolley went over 1.00 and it included all your usual essentials like bread and milk. Iceland lacks a lot of tinned stuff and needs to expand into groceries a bit further to really become a threat to its competitors but the standard of the frozen food both in price and taste is exceptional. You can buy pizzas for dirt cheap prices and they’re not those cheap, tasteless ones either but ones that can easily rival any takeaway outlet. The store itself is laid out neatly with tills at both ends. It rarely gets crowded and there’s always loads of offers on - in fact more so than a trip round Asda to be perfectly honest. The staff aren’t really that helfpul and one or two have been quite unfriendly but its definately the items on sale that keep me going back to Iceland. Their party food range is superb for the Christmas season and they’ve also opened up a lot of new opportunities for me as I have bought things I couldn’;t normally afford for very cheap prices.
Iceland is located in the heart of Leicester City Centre alongside shops such as Argos and is opposite the west entrance to the Haymarket shopping centre.
iceland is great you can buy lots for a decent amount of money this store is quite huge with wide isles which is a bonus. this store is in the centre of town and can be quite busy but staff are friendly and work quick on the tills.
this store also sells fridges and freezers you can pay weekly on these items too and if you spend over 25.00 you can have your shopping deliverd for free.
as a student i tend to shop in Iceland quite a lot, i purchase most of my frozen foods from there. However, you can always pick up some good deals on other groceries and it you have a bonus card you can make extra savings.
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