The past couple of weeks I have been very disappointed in looking round Lidl stores.
1. French Imported Lager. Yes, I know it's only 2.6% but a lot of people like it and you can have a few bottles and still be sober but you get the real taste of it. Have Lidl got it? NO, and they haven't had it for a few weeks now.
PLEASE Lidl, get it back in again.
2. Burgers. A little while ago, you could get an 8 pack of fresh burgers but can you get them now? NO. What have we got instead. Sliders. What on earth! Sliders are an American term for mini burgers. Well Lidl, this is NOT America and looking at those things, they're not enough to satisfy a mouse, so again. PLEASE get the 8 pack of burgers back, something that was a good, popular seller. Just because it's an American term (Sliders) doesn't mean it has to be better than anything else.
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Sort out the length of the queues at the tills. Yesterday at about 5:20 I went into and then left a branch without purchase because there were at least 10 people woth baskets/trolleys at each of the three open tills, the others being closed. The problem (from visiting several different branches) is getting worse. I don't see why people should wait 15 minutes to buy their stuff.
hi i would be interested to know if there are any plans to discontinue the use of black plastic food trays as in most cities these cannot be recycled.thanks
I am a regular Lidl shopper and tend to visit my local Basingstoke store after work at around 5pm.
Upon arrival to the store, i always look at the selection on the bakery. I tend to always leave the store disappointed. On a typical evening whatever day of the week it is, there is always the bare minimum available. No cookies or doughnuts, no pastries, usually one or two battered french sticks left and nothing being freshly prepared.
I feel that if the store is closing at 6pm everyday this is acceptable. But when the store closes at 10pm i feel that the bakery should still be operational until at least 8pm.
Im sure the cost benefits of keeping the bakery open for an additional few hours would be offset against the bakeries extra custom.
I wonder if anyone at LIDL Westside Plaza, Edinburgh, could clean all baskets. They are so dirty, you wouldn't put your food in it.
Well it wasn't the best idea to introduce this kind of baskets.
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Regards your comment, it would be best if you contacted the manager of the store or put in a complaint to customer services. (email@example.com ) unless things are reported, nothing will get done to correct the problem unfortunately.