Cafe Continental Croissants Reviews
Product Type: Cafe Continental Snacks
Newest Review: ... big. In fact, they are probably half the size. Each croissant is around 6" long but only an couple of inches wide. They ... more
by - written on 19/10/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I'm not a huge fan of cereals, but I do need a bit of a pick-me-up in the mornings to be able to function properly at work! I am a big fan of croissants and love Tescos freshly baked croissants from their in-store bakery. However, with the school run and work I don't get time to visit the store each day, so I have started buying the ones off the shelves on a weekly basis and I tend to stick to their Cafe Continental Croissants, as I believe these are the best value for money. A pack of six Cafe Continental Croissants will set you back just 99p, which for me is really cheap. As they are so cheap I half expected the quality to be compromised somewhat, but they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I love the weekend and thoroughly look forward to it particularly for indulging myself in lifes little luxuries. I particularly enjoy sitting down to a long late breakfast on a Sunday as during the week this most important meal of the day is either rushed or missed out completely. One of the items I buy for this occasion is a packet of croissants. Yes I know that they are loaded with everything that's bad for you however a once a week indulgence is allowed!!!! These little delights however can be expensive and the price can vary considerably depending on where you actually purchase them. On this occasion I picked up a packet of six of these from Tesco for the bargain ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
My granddaughter and I were discussing how well the Europeans eat in the morning compared to us Brits who tend to get by on a bowl of cereal and an apple for breakfast, when I mentioned the continental breakfast we'd eaten each morning when we went to Disney Land Paris a couple of years ago she said she wished we had such an exciting brekkie to look forward to. Later that day in Tesco I decided to buy a few bits to create my own continental breakfast for us to enjoy as a little surprise the following morning. I'd left my shopping a little late and the only croissants left were this Cafe Continental brand which is one of the Discounter Brands that Tesco have ... Read the complete review
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