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Cherry Hill, NJ
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Joined Oct 2003
I am staying near Victoria Station, and wanted to go into a Sainsburys, but the one in the Station is a Sainsbury Local. Is this like a convenience store (7-11) in the states, with higher prices and a limited selection?
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Maria and Marshall
Romsey England
11,558 Posts
Joined Mar 2009
Yes, it's a neighbourhood shop. Tesco Express is the same thing.
Much more limited selection of brands & speciality products than their main supermarkets, but perfectly acceptable for everyday needs.
Not too sure about prices.

I think their nearest superstore is in Wilton Road, a ten minute walk,290.4,,0,0