Walkers Crisps Steak & Onion Flavour Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Description:Type: Crisps/Snacks / Flavoured crisps.
Newest Review: ... limited edition flavours, often relating to a specific event. At the moment Walkers have released flavours based on countries ... more
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Last Update 08.03.2014 07:43
by - written on 12/03/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
These are 1 of my favourite Crisp flavours. The wife thinks these are boring, but that just means I know she won't steal my Crisps. I find it hard to find these in individual packs in the shop of 34.5g, which is a shame, but they can be found in 6 pack multipacks in my local Asda. The multipack bags are smaller as I think they are 28g, and you get 6 bags for around £1.30, or Asda has them on a 3 for £3 offer which covers a large mixture of Crisp flavours. The bag doesn't look that interesting. A deep brown bag with the Walkers logo on the front and a picture of a Crisp. No nice picture of a piece of Steak or Some Sizzling Onions. You can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10, updated on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Today while out shopping I went to look in the crisps section in Tesco. I was browsing mainly the Walkers flavoured crisps as usually they are the high quality crisps with the best taste of them all. I came across these Walkers Steak and Onion crisps, and just the flavour made me lick my lips so I popped them in to my basket, and at only 6 packets for £1.36 they really could not go wrong. They come in a brownish coloured packet which goes well with the steak and onion flavour. At the front as of all the walkers crisps there is a picture of a potatoe all finely chopped, as it goes more outwards they turn into delicious looking crisps which makes you want to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/09, updated on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 369 readings)
I spotted an enormous multipack bag containing 26 packets of different flavoured Walkers crisps at the weekend and, due to the fact it was on offer and that there were a couple of flavours I hadn't tried before I decided to buy it. Packaging. The front of the multipack bag is predominantly red and brown with the usual Walkers logo and various bands of colour telling you that it contains:- 4 x Roast Chicken 4 x Smoky Bacon 4 x Steak and Onion 4 x Salt and Vinegar 4 x Ready Salted 4 x Cheese and Onion. The back of the bag contains the usual lists of ingredients and nutritional information for each ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Normally I'm quite conservative when it comes to my crisp choices. My favourites have always been Salt & Vinegar and Ready Salted with the occasional foray into Prawn Cocktail territory. I was in my local Home Bargains last week and they were selling the larger pack for only 15p each so I bought a few packets to try. This flavour comes in a brown packet, similar to the old Beef & Onion flavour, which I thought was appropriate for a meaty flavour. The pack I bought was, as mentioned previously, the larger 50g size. Upon opening the packet, the smell immediately hit me. It was strong and definitely meaty, although not instantly recognisable as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/09 (Very useful, 171 readings)
As is probably fairly apparent to regular readers of my reviews (should such a thing exist!) I'm rather partial to a packet of crisps every so often. Perhaps a little more often than I should be, if I'm honest. Walkers seem to me to be the market leader at least partly on merit, rather than simply because everyone's heard of them, and their Steak & Onion flavour continues their generally reasonable record without setting the world alight. I obtained my packet as part of a multipack of 18 sold as the "Meaty" collection: six each of this, Smoky Bacon and Roast Chicken for a total of £2.00 at Tesco. Should your appetite not run that far, you can buy ... Read the complete review
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