- The meat slices were so thin
(even in the Chinese dish “yee sang”, you can find thicker slices of meat)
- It’s named the “Double Decker Sandwich” by Esquires, but for that kind of name, I expected meatier stuff - plus a decent slice of cheese (that’s not an unreasonable expectation, is it?).
Instead, there’s only half a slice of processed cheddar cheese in that whole thing. Of course, they substituted the lack of taste with thrice the amount of butter that you would find in any other sandwiches. Very unhealthy!
- The spinach and feta pie is way too salty and oily. Don’t try it at all!
- The muffins are mediocre. Anywhere in Auckland, you can easily find better tasting muffins at 10-20% less the price at Esquires. The cheapest muffin at Esquires is priced at NZD$3.90. At Starbucks (Auckland), you can get a really yummy brownie & bigger muffins at only NZD$3.20-3.50.
Eating the Chicken Wrap is like… eating pita bread soaked with mayonnaise. The irony is, I couldn’t find any chicken bits in the Chicken Wrap! ...Just bits of lettuce, and shredded processed cheddar cheese mixed with mayonnaise.
I’m sure that even my 6 year-old nephew could come up with better tasting recipes using plain common sense, lol!:)
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