burger reviews

Feasters Subs BBQ Chicken

Published on October 7th, 2018
2 out of 5

Nice and simple to cook. One minute, flip it over, another minute, done. The bread comes out seemingly soft and pillowy, and you think it’ll be good. Don’t trust it; it becomes rubbery and dry in your mouth once you start chewing. The two solitary chunks of chicken look quite sad in the bun, and… [Read More]

Feasters Premium Burger Flame Grilled Deluxe with Bacon & Cheese

Published on July 1st, 2018
4 out of 5

This is that rarity of burger: it comes with everything. Most microwave burgers are missing some element – ketchup, or cheese, a bit of bite. This Feasters Premium burger has you covered. Not quite as sickly as the Double Stack Cheeseburger, although the bacon is predictably a little on the flabby side. It really needs… [Read More]

Rustlers Grilled Chicken Sandwich with Mayo

Published on May 20th, 2018
4 out of 5

Nice and meaty chicken. Toasted bun is wonderful. Mayo gives it a good creaminess. Got it on offer – £1.05. Can’t go far wrong!

Feasters Bacon Roll

Published on March 2nd, 2018
3 out of 5

Chewy, hard base. 2 rashers of slightly flabby bacon. 1 sachet of ketchup. Easy and cheap. The bread is the real let-down here. 3*

Feasters Southern Fried Chicken Burger

Published on February 12th, 2018
2 out of 5

Dry as anything. The burger isn’t wide enough, so there’s a large portion of bread around the rim. The burger itself is also super dry and bready. Very peppery like it’s disguising something. Mayonnaise helps a bit.

Feasters Cheese Burger

Published on December 21st, 2017
4 out of 5

Like its double-stacked brethren, this is quick, easy, tasty, good value. And unlike the double stack “cheeseburger”, this one’s separated it out as “cheese burger”. Make up your minds, Feasters! OCD aside, I can’t really fault these burgers. I’d happily have them again and again. For a 5* review, they’d have to be positively gourmet…. [Read More]

Feasters Premium Double Stack Cheeseburger

Published on November 8th, 2017
4 out of 5

Burger offered two methods of cooking – microwave the whole thing, or microwave the burgers and toast the buns. In the interests of fairness I should probably have gone for the former, for a fair test against the Rustlers brand. But in the interests of my taste buds, I went all out and separated those… [Read More]

McEnnedy Cheese-burger 2 Chicken Cheeseburgers

Published on July 18th, 2013
4 out of 5

Really nice to see REAL cheese, not the plastic orange stuff you normally get in microwave cheeseburgers. The chicken burger is hardly chicken breast- look at the texture and you’ll see an odd fusion of textures reminiscent of bread, pancakes or egg. The result is an artificial firmness that has the taste of chicken but… [Read More]

Rustlers The Flame Grilled BBQ Rib

Published on July 3rd, 2013
4 out of 5

Quick, convenient, tasty. The sauce makes it- you can’t taste much else. Nice chargrilled effect on the BBQ ribs. Soft bun. The price ranges a lot, from £1 to around £2.50. The star rating given in this review is based on a price of around £1.50.

Iceland Ultimate Snacks Sausage and Egg Muffin

Published on April 19th, 2013
3 out of 5

The whole thing is all a bit… dry. The muffin is chewy, the egg is flavourless and peculiarly solid, and the sausage has a strong herbal and black pepper flavour, as if it is trying to hide something. Could really do with the addition of ketchup! This is only £1, though, saying that, there isn’t… [Read More]