Written on: by 70scrispyman (16 reviews written)
Tried one a few years ago & was a little put off & the excess E numbers in the earlier version. in an urge for a Big Mac this came along via Tesco Cook as directed, but add 2 sheets of kitchen paper to stand it on & let the buns sit 30 sec in the air & they are less soggy Cheese & sauce went on well if the burger slips around a bit as you bite with no onions Needs SALT added & it's actually a tasty thick burger, no salt is how food is today, so if it tastes of nothing... ADD SALT! the… Read Full Review
Written on: by chris_b (1 review written)
Im from germany ,and now i can buy the quarter pounder from rustlers here!I like this burger ,its one of the best Burgers that i ever eat!But i recommend the making in the oven!i dont test it on the microwave,but in the oven the burger is wonderful crispy :-)So enjoy it:)… Read Full Review
I have now had this 3-days in a row for lunch. It's on offer at Tesco for £1.20 Great tatsing burger, but must be made right: Remove meat from bun and microwave for 90 secs Put Bun in toaster until golden Im a fat so and so, so I pimp mine with buttered bun, burger meat, cheese and relish (supplied in packet), ripe tomatoe slices and mayo spread on the top bun. Fan Bloody Tastic. Share a portion of chip shop chips with a friend and cant be beat for a budget tatsy as hell lunch… Read Full Review
Written on: by Tomusicman (1 review written)
I just ate a Rustlers The Big One BBQ rib sandwich thing and for the most part I enjoyed it. I'm not too keen on microwavable foods because I get the feeling they're so un-healthy but every once in a blue moon I don't mind yamming a rustlers. The taste of the food is satisfactory but with every rustlers product they have the same consistancy both the meat and bread wether it be a burger or the BBQ rib sandwich and I can't explain it but its there. the bread goes soggy in some areas the solid in… Read Full Review
This is what it is, a super fast convinience food, and as microwave burgers go it's a very good one. If you happen to have a McDonalds or Burger King handy then they would no doubt be better but for the rest of us getting in from the pub/ club this is a convenient and tasty alternative… Read Full Review
A new treat when you get in in the early hours. In the time it takes to feed the cat, I can have a Rustlers Big One Cheeseburger and a hot cuppa from my Tefal one cup, no searching for a pizza place and then waiting for it to turn up, the Chinese shut long ago, like before 12. Being a taxi driver and seeing and smelling what everybody you've had in your cab has had before you get home, they're ideal.
Most nights to listen to them discuss the next days dinner, the aroma of pizza, cooked chicken… Read Full Review
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… Read Full Review
Written on: by lancervhead (29 reviews written)
Trying to consume a Rustlers Big One is like eating a slightly damp door mat. The texture makes you want to eject it straight away, but the sogginess from microwaving it makes you try a couple more chews first. Big mistake! It was on further chewing that I discovered hard white gristle, which then made me throw the rest in the bin.
Let this be a lesson to anyone thinking of cutting corners and buying microwave burgers… Read Full Review
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