Poor quality, too salty
Far too salty, not enough fish. These used to be a quick and easy go-to supper on busy days, and they were tasty and quite nutritious. Not any more. The coating is so salty you can't taste anything else, but perhaps that is a good thing as there appears to be hardly any fish or parsley inside. This amount of salt is not only horrible to taste, it is really bad for people with high blood pressure, like me. Won't be buying any more.
Best frozen fish cakes around. Even better when cooked in an air fryer
lovely fish cakes, very tasted quick and easy to grill. please don't change them.
Thin, mushy fish cakes, soggy when grilled and don't hold their shape. Am surprised that Birds Eye are selling such a poor product.
not worth the outlay for a poor quality
very little inside the breadcrumbs very poor quality for money never again at lease the birds eye variety. I've had better fish cakes from bad fish and chip shops.
Surprised at poor reviews, quite small but good va
Surprised at poor reviews, quite small but good value. Very tasty and would buy again.
Horrid grey slimy mush
A BIRDS EYE Customer
The picture on the box shows a yummy looking filling of white fish, described as "100% fish fillet". I don't know what king of fish it's supposed to have come from as the reality was totally different from the picture. The filling was nasty unappetising grey mush, no flavour, and very disappointing. Certainly won't be buying them again.
Cooked as instructed and the inside is just sloppy runny mushed greyish something, but nothing reasonable enought to eat. Try to overcook until almost burnt outside and still rubbish. A dreadful thing only worth putting in the bin. I cannot believe these are actually a Birds Eye product. I will just buy fish fingers in future.
Dreadful. Wafer thin outer coating of breadcrumbs containing a faintly fishy inner of wet gloop. Not worth the effort.
A BIRDS EYE Customer
Not having bought fish cakes for 30+ years, I took a trip down memory lane with this purchase and what a disappointment in proved to be. I found a meager, joyless patty of indeterminate origin coated in breadcrumbs. Although incredibly thin, the 'cake' did at least cook up well enough with a nice crunchy coating of crumb. However, that's as good as it got as the interior was a vaguely fishy wet mush flecked with green that I guessed was parsley. Terrible. I'll stick to making my own, with fish.