Tesco Metro located at Magdalen St, Oxford OX1 3AD, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0345 026 9682

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Marta Kalinowska

3 Google Rating

It's probably the best supermarket in the town's centre, mid-sized, reasonable variety of stock (wel

3/ 5

It's probably the best supermarket in the town's centre, mid-sized, reasonable variety of stock (well, as long as they do not run of stock which happens quite often unfortunately), ok prices. It can get very busy (especially in the afternoons and evenings, so if you want to avoid queues go in the morning for proper grocery shopping), and as already mentioned it's as well a shame they do not control their stock properly and run of it way too often. Plus, the basement level is only accessible via stairs - it's been months and months the lift's been out of order and I doubt it will ever get repaired - shoppers with children in pushchairs, wheelchair users etc do not need to buy baby, household, health, beauty or pets (and several other) products according to the manager, I suppose. I assume since they always will have clients being this the only bigger supermarket in the very centre they do not have to care much about anything.

Andy Przybysz

5 Google Rating

Decent size Tesco with wide selection of goods in the heart of Oxford. Opened till late except Sunda

5/ 5

Decent size Tesco with wide selection of goods in the heart of Oxford. Opened till late except Sundays. Can be extremely busy without space to walk inside making shopping a bit uncomfortable, especially in the afternoon peak. Although queues look very long it does not take ages to get to the till. Well recommended.

Rocco Zizzamia

2 Google Rating

An unpleasant shopping experience. Often chaotic, long queues, can never find what I'm looking for.

2/ 5

An unpleasant shopping experience. Often chaotic, long queues, can never find what I'm looking for.

boo bay

5 Google Rating

Lots of things. Fruits are fresh.

5/ 5

Lots of things. Fruits are fresh.

Ben Saward

4 Google Rating

Decent selection of groceries for a medium/small sized store

4/ 5

Decent selection of groceries for a medium/small sized store

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  • Tuesday07:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Wednesday07:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Thursday07:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Friday07:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Saturday07:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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