There are many supermarkets available in the Cardiff, and that being mainly because it’s the capitol of Wales. Many supermarkets are represented, Sainsburys, ASDA, TESCO, ALDI and so on are all here at your disposal. They are all good, but in there own separate ways, In my opinion each supermarket has a superior quality; TESCO Very good quality food at a reasonable price, good café too. ASDA Slightly cheaper and not the quality of Tesco, but may suite some. SAFEWAY Alright organic section, cheap and cheerful SAINSBURYS Moving more to the quialty side of things, very good organic sections. ALDI CHEAP VERY CHEAP, bad quality If I was going shopping in Cardiff, i would always choose to go to a Tesco store. They have the best selection and priceing scheme, to do with the kind of income I have. Prehaps if i earnt less then i would shop elsewhere e.g Asda or Aldi.
Cardiff being the capital of Wales would be expected to have a good selection of supermarkets. I am glad to say that it does, infact I would go as far as to say that it maybe had too many! Supermarkets are springy up all over the place in the city at the moment. Some of the cheaper outlets like Aldi are building more and more shops. Sainsbury have recently started a shop right in the centre of Cardiff which is a good idea. Supermarkets can be found in all parts of Cardiff. There are some at Culverhouse Cross, Llanishen, St Mellons and Ely. Infact it is hard to find a place in Cardiff which does not have a supermarket near. My only complaint is that there is maybe too many. The land that some of the store is on could be used for better things. As you can see Cardiff is well served by supermarkets. The competition is high which can only be a good thing for the city.