Hunger Breaks reviews

Hunger Breaks Hot Pots “Texas” Beef Chilli & Rice

Published on March 12th, 2018

Nice and convenient – microwaves in under two minutes, no difficult assembly. Long lasting. The meal is mostly sauce, with bits of rice and small fragments of mince in it. It’s very wet. You’ll use a spoon for this. The sauce itself has a spicy chilli kick. Tastes like a perfectly respectable chilli. Shame there’s… [Read More]

3 out of 5

Hunger Breaks The Full Monty

Published on June 25th, 2012

The pork steak tastes like chewy spam. It’s actually a nice textural variety when compared with the other meats. The appetizing sounding “shaped beef and cereal cutlet” tastes nice and meaty but is suspiciously soft. Standard ‘hot dog flavour’ sausages. Two of them. And they’re big. Completely flavourless button mushrooms (all two of them). This… [Read More]

3 out of 5

Hunger Breaks The Big BBQ

Published on April 27th, 2012

Hurrah! Finally I’ve found a tin whose sausages taste nice! These sausages aren’t the soft, margarine-ish texture of other tinned sausages, they actually feel reasonably meaty. And they have a pleasant BBQ taste. The pork and cereal steaklets, whose name does them no favours, are also reasonably meaty. I am very pleasantly surprised! You wouldn’t… [Read More]

4 out of 5

Hunger Breaks All Day Breakfast

Published on December 21st, 2011

Considering a can of beans and sausages costs anywhere between 30-60p, and the “gourmet foods” of the tin world (chicken tikka massala, risotto etc) cost between £1-£2, the £1.49 currently demanded for the All Day Breakfast is on the steep side. 60-90p would be a more reasonable RRP. Unlike many tins, the packaging here is… [Read More]

2 out of 5