delish, saves time and effort cooking
I’m glad I was hungry or else..
Hm. You can taste that red wine had been used. But, apart from that it was a little bland. There wasn’t much texture difference between the meat and mash. It was all a bit mushy for me. The toasted breadcrumbs on the top were good, but they didn’t give enough, of, anything really. This was a bit of a sloppy meal and I wouldn’t purchase it again, especially being a ‘finest’ line. I would rather have this good ‘ol home cooked way without a shadow of a doubt.
NOT GREAT- DISAPPOINTING
A lot of mash and very little mince. Mince had very little flavour. Not a very enjoyable product.
Lovely cottage pie. Best out there
Excellent. No criticism whatsoever Delicious
Not worth the price
I Ibought one of these six months ago and thought it was tasty so I bought another one more recently for the freezer. However I thought it had a very odd taste, poor quality for the price No more cottage pies for me from Tesco.
should be better quality being the finest range
i was very surprised being in the finest range only about 30 %meat in it wasnt pleased
The worst ready meal I have ever tasted. I put it
The worst ready meal I have ever tasted. I put it straight in the bin after two mouthfuls. As previously described by another consumer, it has a horrible taste of garlic or some other spice together with watery mashed potato and chewy tasteless minced beef. It really is quite disgusting, don't waste your money.
Having enjoyed Charlie Bighams cottage pie we thought we would try Tesco’s ,what a mistake . The mashed potato was just liquid and combined with the sloppy meat to form a mess . I have never posted a review before but felt so disgusted with this I felt I had to .Never again !
Passed all expectations. No quibble whatsoever; I'll not bother to make my own anymore.
Unpleasant taste of garlic
My husband and I did not like this Cottage Pie. There was a dominant taste of garlic which ruined the dish and eft an unpleasant taste. If I want garlic I would perhaps order a curry, lasagne or garlic bread but I don't understand why garlic needs to be added to traditional British dishes like cottage pie - it is not needed.