Bought these as a quick cheap lunch but never again. Should be done under trades descriptions..one had one bean in it and the other 3... maybe thats it.. 4 miserly tiny haricot beans. Would love to show a pic but don't seem to be able to do this.
I dont understand what everyones problem is they are great yeah granted not massive amounts of filling but no-one wants a bake that falls out an drips down you. Personally myself i think they are very nice and me an my fiancee with continue to buy these bad boys 😊
More beans please!
You know the old saying about spoiling the ship fo a ha'porth of tar, well this is how I feel about these. The pastry was nice and a filling tasted OK to me but was rather mean in bean content. Baked beans are pretty cheap as an ingredient (as well as pretty nutritious) and it seems a shame to spoil a potentially nice item for such a small financial saving. A couple of pennies more on the bean content would probably earn them a couple of extra feedback stars. I may still buy them as a cheap hot snack but I really hope Tesco are noting the negative comments about this. A little more filling and they would frequently be on my shopping list.
pastry is very nice but not much filling , doesn't look like the image at all. good tasting cheese though. more filling for more stars
tasty but unsubstantial
Small amount of filling but tasty, Good for the price as a snack but nothing more substantial.
Not sure where the cheese & beans were? Not a lot of filling and the pastry was very dry and a lot of it. I only ate two but not sure I want to eat the rest?
Teenage son loves these, No complaints of him, Al
Teenage son loves these, No complaints of him, Always have a couple of boxes in the freezer for him!
Had 1 bean in each melt, couldn’t taste any cheese. Just a lot pastry and a small amount of bean sauce.
really enjoyed these.yes the filling is sparse but what do you want for this money?the pastry is lovely and my cat is always on alert to share these.personally found them quite tasty.good value for the price.
Without a doubt the worst attempt at a melt. Vile!
If Tesco were attempting to mimic the bean melt sold in a popular UK bakery they couldn't have failed harder if they tried. These have no taste, maybe 1 or 2 beans and then just this nasty bright orange paste that smells like floor cleaner. I'd really love to know who sat in Tesco HQ and said "Mmm yes this tastes good, lets sell it".