Tesco Chicken Caesar Wrap Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Food
Description:Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Sandwich
Newest Review: ... claim is much easier to recycle as only 13% of the package is plastic. At least Tesco's are doing their bit to promote ... more
Customer Tesco Chicken Caesar Wrap Reviews (7)
by - written on 25/02/08 (Useful, 167 readings)
One day last week I found myself trying to get a late lunch at almost 15:00, m usual sandwich bar was shut already so I ended up in Tesco looking at a rather folorn sandwich selection. To be honest I should have followed my inclination just to buy some fruit and make do with that but I was starving so I opted for the Chicken Caesar Wrap as it looked reasobaly healthy and at £2.05 was a reasonable price. Only when I had paid for and opened it did I notice that it had a rather large 500 calories which is a bit much for something which you assume is healthy. To be honest the taste was not that great either, the lettuc was rather limp and the dressing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/08 (Useful, 135 readings)
These are pretty good really If your on a quick lunch break and just need to grab something quickly on the go then its ideal! There is plenty of chicken in each wrap sliced to a nice size and theyre filled with lovely crunchy lettuce also...yum! You can always feel a bit better about yourself eating something like this aswell i think because it's healthier than many other options you see people going for! The only complaint would be that they are a bit heavy on the caesar dressing, which i love anyway so its not that much of a problem but it can make them quite messy to eat...the tortilla wrap can end up slightly soggy and then it all falls ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/11 (Very useful, 106 readings)
Tesco Chicken Caesar Wrap Well, its lunchtime again already and I am just settling down to one of my favourite lunchtime treats. I have grown to love the Tesco Chicken Caesar wrap above all other sandwiches and wraps that I can buy at lunchtime. Why? Because quite simply it tastes absolutely divine! So I went to Tesco's this morning on the way to work and picked up my standard Tesco Chicken Caesar Wrap at a cost of £2.20. They have recently changed the packaging so it doesn't look quite like the picture included with this listing, as they are now producing it in a cardboard wrapper which they claim is much easier to recycle as only 13% of the package is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I picked up one of these at lunch today, but didn't end up eating it until tonight for various reasons. Normally I go for the southern fried chicken version which is delicious, but remembering a recent conversation about how nice caesar salad is, I opted to get this for a change. I have no idea why it is that wraps are so expensive. This costs a staggering £2.20. To put it into perspective, a standard Tesco sarnie will cost about £1.60, and I've even bought them for as little as 65p on the use by date. It's pretty small as well. The packaging is quite easy to open and crush smaller as it's made of a combination of thin plastic and card, which I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/10, updated on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 118 readings)
**Introduction** Mostly when I buy something for lunch from the Supermarket when I am out at lunchtime I usually pick up a pack of sandwiches, A sub roll or a sometimes a Pasta Salad but on the odd occasion I choose something different I do like to buy a wrap and usually choose the Chicken Caesar Wrap when I am in Tesco. I think I have tried most of the Tesco wraps in the range and I find this one to be one of their nicest. So here is my review on Tesco's Chicken Caesar Wrap. You get two small wraps in the packet and it is part of the meal deal. **Chicken Caesar Wrap** The tortilla wrap has a hint of Tomato and is filled with the Chicken ... Read the complete review
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