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Written on: 01/08/2012
Please start putting abit more flavour in the flamin host, I knnow times are hard but I also know you're being sly with the flavourings, give us what we pay for please!… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2011
Like biting into fresh air,I remember them being much more dense in texture.Very dissapointed to find an avarage of 7 in a pack!....6 in one pack.Flavour still there,but not like they used to be.Cant find a complaints dept for monster munch.....wonder why!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2011
they are nice BUT 7 monster munch in a packet is a joke!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/08/2010
Well I believe that 8 monster paws is hardly enough snackige for a growing monster , to be fair . Each individual paw weighs 2.5g what the crocodile hat was that ? clearly there are NO monsters that small anymore . now lets think about it sensibly and re-think about how many monster paws you put into a packet , I hope I have made this VERY clear , kind regards Miss.M.onster… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/02/2010
Monster munch were my favourite crisps until i just bought a packet opened it to only find 5 potato crisps inside, with a very poor pickeled onion flavour. Not happy as i walked to shop in pouring rain just to get them… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2009 by reviewkitten (295 reviews written)
Pickled onion flavoured Monster Munch is amazing. At last Walkers have gone back to the orignal size, a nice big chunky crisp that you can just about fit into your mouth! The flavour is strong and as I remember. Brings back memories of school lunch boxes and "pickled onion breath!". :)Gave a Bulgarian friend one to try, she looked shocked when she tasted it and spat it out! Oh well, all the more for me… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2009
i bought a multi pac of monster munch of which 1 bag was completly empty and sealed last week 2 aug 2009 [disappioned]… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2009
Just love all of the Walkers Monster Munch flavours. Have done since I was a kid. Have to say though that am just trying a packet of the supposably "old" Monster Munch and whilst the packet is as it used to be the Crisps still aren't as big as they were back then or maybe that's just because I am now 35 and was only a little girl and they may have just seemed bigger??… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2008 by mariadc (1 review written)
my children always take 1 packet of Walkers Monster Munch with them in their lunch bag but they wish that you try another flavours as well to have more variety… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/07/2008 by 2004carlt (2 reviews written)
Monster Munch's used to be my favorite crisp. When they first came out they dense and actually looked like a monster's claw. Now they look eroded and look like formless lumps. It seems once they have a market share they cut corners on the product. Shame… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/02/2008
Simply the best, the most addictive crisps ever especially the pickled onion flavour. Well recommend Walkers Monster Munch… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/11/2007 by mooseagua (1 review written)
I too agree that these crisps are undoubtedly Britain's number one crisp. The pungent aroma wafts from the packet to fill your very nosrils with the sweetest nectar in the world, even more so than a smoker's first drag in the morning.
Whilst it does have the draw back of being a messy food, it helps the smell to linger like incense over the room. A very important point that I feel was over-looked by the last review was that the packaging contains the lovable and charasmatic Orange Monster… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/08/2005 by The Hooded Claw (36 reviews written)
A super-high quality corn snack. Quality, of course, in this case refers to the degree of calorie laden satisfaction derived from eating these gems, rather than health related properties.
The benefit of a corn snack over a classic 'crisp', is that you get more of a mouthful than a wafer of potato; and thus more of a meal-type satisfaction than the starter-like crisp.
The draw back is purely mechanical - bits of corn get every where - over your fingers, face and clothing. This can be… Read Full Review