Tesco Cheese & Onion Brown Bread Sandwich Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Food
Newest Review: ... into the Tesco near the Gloucester Road tube station....yum! I don't know if the Tesco version is a standard take on this ... more
Customer Tesco Cheese & Onion Brown Bread Sandwich Reviews (7)
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I don't know why but I always prefer pre-made sandwiches to homemade sandwiches. I don't know why but they just seem to taste better. When I was working I was good and saved the pennies by bringing food to work for my lunch and now I'm working from home for my partner I eat whatever is in the fridge for lunch so I don't need to go out and get anything. But now and again when I'm shopping in Tesco I pick up a sandwich and it is always the same sandwich! I find after doing a shop and then getting back to working its nice not to make anything so for now and again I don't mind buying a sandwich! My sandwich of choice is Tesco's cheese and onion sandwich on brown ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I often go for one of these Cheese & Onion pre-packed sandwiches when I grab a sandwich from Tesco, and I had one just yesterday in fact. They're quite cheap at £1 a packet, though the price has increased by about 30p during the course of the last six months. That's understandable given the rise in the cost of bread and dairy in general though, so I still think £1 is a fair price and decent value for this sort of product. Inside the packet there are two ready made sandwiches on soft, fluffy brown bread. It's a lot thicker and springier than the standard Tesco Wholemeal bread, so I'm not sure exactly what brand they use for it, although possibly that's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I am a bit of a lover - hater of pre-packed sandwiches. They are never as nice, tasty, fresh or healthy as handmade sarnies, but they have their purpose. I recently had a long debate with my dad about the pros and cons of these, which ended in him saying ' I don't understand why they make them!!!'. Interesting point of view. *Where From & How Much* Tesco Cheese & Onion Sandwiches are only available at Tesco, in store, at fuel filling stations and on-line. They have varied in price over the years going from 68p to 88p, back down to 74p, back up to 88p and are now £1.00! So yes, priced at £1.00. *Nutritional Bits* Each pack of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I was out at lunchtime today and nipped into one of them tiny Tesco supermarkets that just sell the essentials. I wanted a sandwich but there wasn't much choice in there so I brought a cheese and onion sandwich on brown bread. It was very tasty but a bit bland and tasted like it needed a bit of salt and pepper! It's grated cheese and I should have checked before I chucked the packet but it looked like there was 2 different cheeses in it because there was a lot of normal coloured cheese and some that was more orange like Red Leicester. The onion is grated very small but there must be loads in there because you can taste it quite strong ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Although I try to be cheap and virtuous for my lunch, often I am swayed by either a proper meal at the work canteen, or I tend to pick a pre-packed sandwich. I know there are often vastly overpriced, cheaper to make your own etc, but there's just something about your Lunch being ready for you without you having to do any work to make it! This is in the Sandwich chiller section of Tesco, and you find little packs of fruit, bottles of juice and cold Pasta Salad. This is normally £1.30, but was on offer for £1 for a while about a month ago. You can also get this in a lower calorie, lower fat version and it is the same size pack, but filled with lower calorie ... Read the complete review
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