Rustler Breakfast Burger Reviews
Product Type: Kepak Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Kepak / Type: Other Ready Meals / What could be healthier than a burger for breakfast?
Newest Review: ... proper stodgy and greasy tasting but I think they taste yummy! The bun is soft and fresh tasting, the bacon and sausage has ... more
by - written on 04/12/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Rustler food is mad, it's not THAT good and is deffo proper bad quality food BUT there's something about the range that I can't resist when I see them in the supermarket. It's that old thing about not shopping when you're hungry I reckon! lol I hadn't seen their breakfast in a bun ones before but there were some in Cool Trader last week and were only 2 for £1.00 so I got me and my sister one each. They're proper stodgy and greasy tasting but I think they taste yummy! The bun is soft and fresh tasting, the bacon and sausage has warmed through good in the microwave and the ketchup they give you is as good as Heinz I reckon. It's all good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I have to guiltily admit to being a big fan of the Rustlers range - burgers and baps that can be whacked into the microwave on those occasions when you just don't have the time or the energy to mess around. My local garage had their various products on offer for a quid each, and one of the ones I picked up was the 'Big Breakfast'. Now, I know the Dooyoo category lists it as a burger - but it's not, its actually 2 rashers of bacon, a sausage cut into 2 halves, a sachet of tomato ketchup and a bap . You take it out of its packaging, microwave the burger and meat together for 70 seconds, then add the ketchup It's actually pretty nice - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/08 (Very useful, 332 readings)
On occasions I do buy snacky food for ease and quickness at home. A lot of the time I have quite a hectic schedule and never find time to cook myself something decent so I rely on something quick. Rustler's snacks are not something that I would normally buy as a rule, however when I saw them in Tesco for just a £1 each I thought I would throw a couple in my trolley as I was sure they would come in use for a quick meal if I wasn't in the house for long. Included in my variety of Rustler's snack was the Breakfast Burger, I wasn't too sure whether it would be tasty or not, but for £1, I wasn't particularly bothered because if I didn;t end up eating it, ... Read the complete review
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