hi to be honest with the way food prices are going that sounds about right .i am over £100 a week and its just me hubby and teenage son .i have to pack a lunch for my sons work .oh and the fat greedy cat. i shop in tesco and lidl .
If I knock toiletries and cleaning products off then probably around £50 per week for two adults from Tesco.
Thats for 7 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 6 dinners. I usually have guests in twice a week for coffee mornings/afternoon so that includes feeding them lunch or being able to whip up cakes/biscuits.
I tend to try and spend the bulk on fresh fruit and veg, yogurt, cheese etc and then buy reduced meat and cook accordingly so it makes each week quite varied. Always go to Tesco armed with your bonus points coupons to boost the vouchers each quarter!
If you can, loo roll, detergent etc always better to buy in bulk from Costco. then try and ignore the trays of pastries on the way to the till!
I've managed to get it down to between £60-£70 a week for 2 adults, one child full time and one 3 days a week. Packed lunches for DP and DD. Plus one 7 month old so nappies and wipes and stuff. I meal plan and shop at Lidl. I was doing the weekly shop at ASDA and it was coming in at 80-90. We have lunch out at the weekend but usually at local cafes which have good deals/prices (favourite is a full English breakfast plus refillable tea for £3.50 pp.)
Similar household to you and we spend about £150 a week. I read threads where people spend half that and wonder where I go wrong.. we had a period on income support and managed on very, very little but it was absolutely miserable. The way we eat at the moment feels comfortable, we like to have a few treats and better quality meats etc.