For a supermarket the service is pretty good. The grocery there can b somewhat pricey, but is mostly fresh and worth ever penny. Their strawberries are always delicious. At times, their dry goods are cheaper than the conventional brands, such as for flour and sugar.
TJs learned from its past mistakes (looking at you Union Square) and opened this gorgeous, spacious monument to cheap delicious food. Its a suburban-style layout, with plenty of room for everybody.
And seriously, where do they get such friendly people to work here?
I love the frozen ethnic food section! Couldn't believe it when I saw BBQd pork-filled steamed buns there. Not to mention Korean-style beef ribs.
Our family favorite is small sized apples, especially Pink Lady. I eat varieties of fruit so super large apples won't do it for me. Avocados are price competitive here.
Always pick up a couple of Hazelnut Ritter Sport chocolate bars on my way to the checkout.
Cashiers need to understand that talking up to the customer being rung up might be friendly and "customer service" to that customer is however very inconsiderate and annoying to the rest of the customers waiting in line.
You can be friendly as long as you are not slowing down the line.
I love everything about Trader Joe's. It can be a bit pricey but they run great specials if you come here often you get them.
The wine selection is always great and the fresh foods are some of the best.
For a chain, I can always count on quality products and service.
Thanks again. You guys are awesome. Stay Cali