The Co-operative Food located at 22 Cherwell Dr, Oxford OX3 0LY, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 765326

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Michal

2 Google Rating

Not nearly as good as the other co-op in the area. Very cramped - expect to have to shuffle past peo

2/ 5

Not nearly as good as the other co-op in the area. Very cramped - expect to have to shuffle past people when it's moderately busy. Some of the staff is inexperienced as new people are hired frequently. On the positive side, they accept NUS cards for anyone who's curious. Good for a quick supplementary visit. Update: Over a year later, the staff is now more experienced and handles sales better than before. Not too bad.

M M

3 Google Rating

Terrible - the rasta guy made inappropriate comments about my appearance last time I went in there.

3/ 5

Terrible - the rasta guy made inappropriate comments about my appearance last time I went in there. Dont go unless you like being made to feel uncomfortable. it was much better when the Nepalese ran the store. Now its a 5h1th0le. Never going back. Coop sucks. the one on Marston road is even worse. Update: since ridding the place of most of the mordorians the place has improved markedly. Still cramped. Extra stars

Rebekah Sheldon

5 Google Rating

nice workers, affordable prices, clean & bright. I don't know why the previous reviewers are negativ

5/ 5

nice workers, affordable prices, clean & bright. I don't know why the previous reviewers are negative--after reading those reviews, this was a pleasant surprise.

M. L.

4 Google Rating

Fairly well stocked convenience store with most daily provisions. Friendly and polite staff when I p

4/ 5

Fairly well stocked convenience store with most daily provisions. Friendly and polite staff when I popped in.

Bintou Almoustapha

1 Google Rating

Very poor customer services. The staff are very rude

1/ 5

Very poor customer services. The staff are very rude

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