Iceland Foods located at 176-178 Breck Rd, Liverpool L5 6PX, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 260 4060

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The Researcher

4 Google Rating

• prices are definitely good • most of the food you can get here is frozen and junk, however you

4/ 5

• prices are definitely good • most of the food you can get here is frozen and junk, however you have a lot of choice of it • not many options of vegetables and fruits or any another fresh food .. • customer care is okay

Simon

5 Google Rating

Great shop all you need under one roof

5/ 5

Great shop all you need under one roof

Graham Coe

2 Google Rating

Staff are constantly chatting to each other and ignoring customers. Let huge queues build up and con

2/ 5

Staff are constantly chatting to each other and ignoring customers. Let huge queues build up and continue to chat amongst themselves rather than open up other tills. No interest in helping customers unless you are related to then and then you can act as if you own the shop. Sad as other Iceland stores are far more professional. Management need to get a grip of this store and sort it out.

Karen Doyle

5 Google Rating

Good quality food, at reasonable prices. Easy to get around, helpful staff. Plus there is a delivery

5/ 5

Good quality food, at reasonable prices. Easy to get around, helpful staff. Plus there is a delivery service.

karen boaks

5 Google Rating

Helpful staff, good choices and prices.

5/ 5

Helpful staff, good choices and prices.

Ronnie Aitchison

4 Google Rating

very good got all my shopping unlike asda with the empty shelves.

4/ 5

very good got all my shopping unlike asda with the empty shelves.

Diana Bower

5 Google Rating

A good place to do all you weekly shopping, I recommend Iceland to everyone, the food is great, the

5/ 5

A good place to do all you weekly shopping, I recommend Iceland to everyone, the food is great, the staff are lovely and accommodating and very helpful, a lot less expensive that other big names superstores, Iceland foods is good value for your money, and if you have a large family what better place to do your weekly shopping.

Chris Dodds

5 Google Rating

Good food good prices nice cheese slice 15 for £1

5/ 5

Good food good prices nice cheese slice 15 for £1

Barbara Mccormack

4 Google Rating

No bad for a quick shop

4/ 5

No bad for a quick shop

Aleisha McKenzie actress/dancer

5 Google Rating

Love the foods at iceland friendly staff

5/ 5

Love the foods at iceland friendly staff

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  • Sunday10:00 - 16:00
  • Monday08:00 - 19:00
  • Tuesday08:00 - 19:00
  • Wednesday08:00 - 19:00
  • Thursday08:00 - 19:00
  • Friday08:00 - 19:00
  • Saturday08:00 - 19:00

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