Insider reviewed most of the items on the menu in the Costco food court.
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We went to a Costco store in south London for the first time and tried its food court.
We bought most of the items on the menu and tried Costco’s famous hot dog.
Read our review to see which Costco food staples came out on top and those that failed to impress.
Costco is one of the largest retailers in the world and has around 29 locations in the UK. Despite this, our visit to the membership-only store was our first.A general view of Costco, Imperial Way, Croydon.
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We dined in the food court, a beloved feature of Costco stores, and indulged in most of the items on the menu.Costco food court in UK.
After wandering around the massive warehouse, we had built up an appetite for Costco’s food, conveniently located beyond the tills. The smell of freshly baked pizzas made the wait even longer.Pizzas being baked.
We were surprised at how cheap the food was — especially the £1.50 ($1.80) hot dog, which came with a refillable drink.Price of hot dog at Costco food court, UK.
There was also an offer for a “Family Bundle,” which included an 18-inch pizza, garlic bread, and a two-litre bottle of Pepsi for £12.99 ($15.95).Sign for family bundle of food in Costco food court, UK.
First up, we tucked into a slice of the pepperoni pizza, which cost £1.85 ($2.27). It was quite greasy but this didn’t put us off eating it. Overall, we rated it 8/10.The slices were a very generous size.
There was also the option to buy an 18-inch takeaway pizza for £8.95 ($10.99) with either pepperoni, …read more
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