Let's be honest, this really isn't that good. What is with the lack of windows? I'm assuming that curved corner, being at the front of the shop, will be part of the salesfloor, and not a back of house area, so would it have killed them to put a window in it? Ditto the three vertical sections alongside - https://flic.kr/p/FUfrwu
From people I've spoken to who've been in, they say it's really nothing special. Despite its size, it offers little beyond your average Home & Bargain. It does have a small bakery section and a self-serve coffee machine, but it lacks the extra ranges some newer openings have had like a chilled and frozen section, like the one on Hanover Street. With the iffy parking situation around the store, the consensus from those I spoke to was that it's fine for those that live around there, but for everyone else it's not worth going out of your way for.
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