Time Out says
Award-winning peddlers of around 70 lines of organic fruit and veg, as well as cooking staples, beer, wine and fresh breads. Unicorn owns 21 acres of land from where much of its fresh produce comes, so the quality is high and the prices, thankfully, not hugely so. They've also recently expanded to offer environmentally friendly household goods, cosmetics and baby products.
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Want to virtue-signal that you're from Chorlton, or have at least sat on the #86 bus?
Then head down to Unicorn Grocery to pick up one of Unicorn's hessian lunch or shopping bags.
Only then will people know you've sampled the Organic, and very expensive array of fruit and vegetables that Unicorn sell.
There is no doubt about the quality, but this isn't a place Working Mum can pick up a few bits to make tea for the family (especially when there is a Tesco two doors up) - it shouldn't be so expensive. Closed on Mondays.
Has a fine selection of beers, and an extremely handy cashpoint outside.