Tesco Sardines in Tomato Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Fish
Newest Review: ... home they are excellent! For that reason I was very surprised that these ones Tesco is selling now are of such poor quality. ... more
by Alex - written on 22/05/10
Tesco sardines in tomato sauce were some of the best quality sardines around and at a super price BUT something has happened seriously to the quality in the last few weeks. They are now the worst tinned sardines I have ever tasted. The last 3 tins have only just been fit for human consumption. The fish are almost half the size, smell like they have been laying on a Portuguese quayside in the hot sun for hours, are grey flabby and translucent and the sauce has changed too and is now thin and unappetising. The only way I have been able to eat these fish is to smother them with Thay hot chile sauce. Next lot will be Waitrose or M&S. I would rather pay slightly more for . Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/09, updated on 01/04/09 (Very useful, 284 readings)
I'm normally not a big fish fan - sure, I like battered fish as in 'fish and chips' - and fish-fingers are cool - but I could do without the salmon and trouts of this world. However, there is a fish product which I am a little partial to... Sardines in Tomato Sauce - I could happily flip open a can of these and eat the contents in a flash - or even better, put them on a piece of toast and pop them under the grill, very tasty. Tesco Sardines in Tomato Sauce cost 31p from, you guessed it... Tesco, and actually, they're the cheapest own brand sardines available in any supermarket (excluding the 'Value' versions). The fish inside are very tasty (just as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/10 (Very useful, 123 readings)
I don't think it really matters which tin of sardines you pick up. We got these in a three for a pound offer, but all supermarkets do tinned sardines in tomato sauce at a similar price point with really not much to differentiate them. I've tried sainsburys own brand, asda, waitrose, and john west. And if you put all of them in front of me and asked me to tell the difference between them I would have difficulty. This isnt necessarily a bad thing, as its likely that the same supplier is supplying many supermarkets with sardines, the asda own brand may well be the same product as the tesco ones - just in a different tin. Tastewise - well - it depends ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/10 (Useful, 58 readings)
I love sardines in tomato sauce too. Some times I would buy the Tesco ones in lots of 12 or more. But sadly on the last few weeks I also notice the dip in quality and now i simply can't eat them! They went all in the bin! What a waste of money... Being a Portuguese myself and a sardines in tomato eater for year and years, i know for a fact that Portuguese sardines have a reputations for being of the best quality you can find in the market and back home they are excellent! For that reason I was very surprised that these ones Tesco is selling now are of such poor quality. Something is wrong in this picture... I have email tesco about this matter and they called me ... Read the complete review
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