Their "fake" Bounty bars and Snickers are just as good as the real thing too, and I have started shopping there a lot more regularly now, I used to be put off with going there because it was impossible to do a full shop unless you wanted to eat just European cheeses, smoked meats and crap sweet cheap euro bread, but now you can get tonnes of "Real Brand" bread like Warburtons and Hovis, along with their own stuff which has really improved in the last few years. Their brioche hot dog and burger buns are better than Waitrose.Aldi and Lidl have some bloody good stuff these days considering they're thought of as the "crap" supermarkets. Especially around Christmas you get the Gluwien and German Gingerbread and it's half the price and twice the quality it is in Tesco or Sainsburys (if they even stock it). There's a shop in my county called Bakers & Larners which is a "supermarket" for the kind of people that think a grands worth of wine in two bottles and some caviar are essential for a decent weekend in the old second home and even they are having to innovate to keep customers because of how good the euro food in Lidl is getting.
I love their own brand crisps too, purely because I was raised on cheap Asda crisps as a kid, and they are thinner and less salty than Walkers.
And their ready cooked packet rices are better than name brands too, and have more veg in them.
Was a Waitrose snob for years (because it was walking distance, and I lived in Hove Actually), but realised a few years back I could get a Taxi to my local Aldi and back and still save about £20 on a "Big Shop", and get pretty much the exact same stuff for almost half the price. (my Taxi driver who I had a contract with to take me to work every day usually parked up in the car park and did his shopping at the same time so I didn't have to pay for him to wait which was win win. He got paid to do his own shopping and I didn't have to pay for him to wait).
Edit: this made me chuckle...