Not much taste
Not much taste but OK with pickle in a sandwich, I wouldn't buy again
Value for money
Good quality nice with mustard
My dog loved it xx so cheap
My dog Loved it zz
It has its place...
Eaten as it comes, it's not nice. But there is a way that it can be enjoyable. It's thin enough to make a decent imitation of Arby's roast beef if, like me, you occasionally crave that particular North American guilty pleasure. Throw the slices into boiling water for 10 secs, then put them on a very lightly toasted sesame bun, and stick the whole lot in the microwave for about 15 secs. Have it with some curly fries and a lemon iced tea, and pretty vile pseudomeat will be transformed into something vaguely resembling nostalgiac joy.
It's good value
It's good value
Great inexpensive roast meat.
Nice soft roast meat & keeps well.
To be honest having tried Eastmans' products before, I was not surprised to find it disgusting, I ordered Roast beef slices but this got substituted. Tesco you are seriously failing on all counts and I didn't ask for this to be substituted as it was for my Christmas dinner, train your pickers!
Disgusting. Wouldn't give it to my dog.
Thanks for ruining my lunch, Tesco. Was given these as a Collection substitution for "Roast Beef Slices 100G", even though there are three kinds of roast beef from the deli that could have been used. I'd even have taken a pack of "pieces". But this pack of reformed rubbish is disgusting. Pack's gone straight in the bin. Your listing is misleading. The packaging is misleading. The Collection printout was misleading. The Collection staff were misleading, but that's because they were mislead by the same packaging and printout that got me. This is reformed meat, and it should say so clearly. Why even produce this rubbish? Better used as pet food if it had less salt.
Plenty of slices for the money.
Really hadn't got a great deal of taste. However in a sandwich with some mustard or pickle it was fine. For the price it's not bad value.
For the price ... it was great