This store is truly an oasis of fine gourmet products. The staff are very helpful when one is composing a banquet.
This Store always has very fresh produce and helpful staff but the prices are absolutly rediculous
Excellent service, excellent products..OverallExcellent!
Overall Excellent! Really fresh produce, one of the best meat departments in town, always courtious service, quality products. I'm very satisfied with all my experiences at Smith's Markets.
We love shopping at smith's everyone is so nice, the produce is super fresh and put out beautifully. i am always amazed with how clean and fresh everything looks and smells. #1 place to go.
Smith's is one of Sudbury's finest fresh produce market. Excellent staff and the produce, desserts and other varieties are worth every penny.
terrible .. biggest ripofff .. 7.99 for a 1.130kg bag of patatoes ..
I shop at Smiths Markets AT LEAST once a week.
I love thier selection, their staff and the prices.
If you want to continue to buy your produce at YIGS or Metro - thats your own problem. At Smiths, you get get what you pay for.
The produce is the freshest in Sudbury. I dont find it expensive at all.
This store carries very high quality produce. They carry things that most other stores don't...so it's a great place to find the unusual. They have wonderful and very knowledgable customer service. It's worth paying the extra few cents to get the service and high quality that they offer. It's my store of choice in this town.
I Was going to purchase cherries at $4.99 a pound. At the checkout they were $17.58 a Kilogram. This works out to $7.98 a pound. They would not sell the cherries at $4.99 a pound. At least they did refund my money.
Excellent customer service, and quality of food. Its worth the price. The workers in the bakery were the best!
I love this place. The products are expensive, but you get what you pay for ... produce that lasts all week! I just wish they'd open a market in the south end.
They are opening one in spring :)
Are the cherries still $1.99 and the tomatos .39? At the Algonquin store I enjoyed them.