Written on: 24/04/2008
Currently 98p in Tesco's
Fills you up
Sauce is tasty
Bottom bun gets moist, but I find flipping the whole burger upside down for about 10 seconds after it has been microwaved helps the steam trapped inside to escape, and the bun becomes "normal" again
If you pay 98p for a 6oz burger with cheese and sauce, you shouldn't be expecting a gourmet meal. But that is the appeal of Rustlers burgers, the fact that as a cheap snack, they fill you up and satisfy your desire for "naughty" snack.
In comparison to fast food restaurants, I have to say that the burger meat is not quite of the same standard as your Whopper, but it fills you up the same!
The ingredients state that in the burger, 75% is Beef, an undisclosed amount less than 20% is beef fat and water, 5% is Soya Protein and so on... A burger that is made from at most 14% fat (typically described as 86% lean), is actually on the burger scale, very healthy. Any less fat, and the burger just wouldn't cook.
So overall, you DO get what you pay for, but you do EXPECT it at such a cheap price.
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