Sainsbury's Basics 10 Frozen Fish Fingers Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... nonsense packaging, with the white and orange as usual, and a brief description of the product along with a picture. Handily, ... more
by - written on 11/01/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Throughout my time at University, I've gone through various stages of buying food. The first was "buy all the rubbish I love but mum never bought", then there was the inevitable Super Noodles phase, then there has been the buy all the cheap brand stuff, which I'm kind of in now. I fancied some fish fingers, as who can argue with that classic fish finger sandwich? These were miles cheaper than the regular brand names (Young's, BE etc) so I thought heck, for 65p I'd be silly not to at least try them. How wrong I was. Typically of the Basics range, it's a no nonsense packaging, with the white and orange as usual, and a brief description of the product ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Sometimes I wonder if consistent quality is the issue when I see such a range of reviews as this product has. I can only sing praises for these fish fingers! Okay so as a helpful guide to you the reader as I write this, over the past month I have bought Tesco's Omega-3 Fish Finger, Sainsbury's Value Fish Fingers and Young's Fish Fingers (100% fillet). So my review is in comparison to a mid-range and higher-range (branded) fish finger. Appearance: The fish fingers have the same colouring as other fish fingers; I would have expected a more artificial orange from the breadcrumb coating but there is no difference between these and the other brands. The fish ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/10 (Very useful, 143 readings)
I was shopping at Sainsbury's recently and saw these fish fingers and I thought I would give them a try for myself to see if I liked them as they were only 69p for 10 fish fingers and sometimes the packaging is very basic but the contents can be quite tasty and so I thought I would not be put off by the box and see for myself how the inside tasted. They come in a basic box from the Sainsbury's basic range of products and the usual colours of Orange and White and inside there are 10 rectangle shaped fingers and they are covered in breadcrumbs and looked quite thin in my opinion, and so I grilled them and placed them on a plate to eat and they did not keep ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
There is no doubt that I have saved a small fortune since deciding to switch to the Sainsburys Basics range where possible. So far it has been a bit of a mixed bag with some real quality bargains as well as a few cheap and cheerful but naff alternatives. Happily, Sainsburys Basics Fish Fingers are definitely in the 'bargain' column. At just 69p for 10, you really cant argue about the price! They also taste great, and pretty close to the same quality as the branded varieties. Made using Alaskan Pollock, they have a very nice fishy taste. The breadcrumbs are also nice and crispy and don't fall off the fish in the oven. My favourite trick ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Recently I have been purchasing Sainsbury's basic's products and it has saved me a huge sum of money. Walking round Sainsbury's and my trolley is just white and orange. Some people are ashamed and won't tell people that they purchase the value products. I have no idea why though, honestly you should be proud if you purchase the cheaper version. You're the ones with more money in your pockets. Anyway onto the product, Sainsbury's basics fish fingers. They come in a box of 10 and priced at only 69 pence. This is brilliant value for money. They are great served with Sainsbury's basic chips and beans. My daughter loves them. They only take around 18 minutes to ... Read the complete review
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