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Morrison's cafe - sausage (3) egg chips and beans £3.00

£3.00 @ Morrisons
£3 in Whitefield for this, not sure if national but a good price, picked up a flavoured water to go with it for 85p Read More
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£3 in Whitefield for this, not sure if national but a good price, picked up a flavoured water to go with it for 85p
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#1
What is sausage (3)?
2 Likes #2
Flavoured water 85p - now that's the kind of deal we're all looking for :D
#3
was tempted to go round the store and pick up a cheap tip top carton to go with it instead ha ha
#4
It is, I had it on Saturday morning in Cribbs Bristol
#5
Tastiest sausages ive ever eaten, asked the staff who supplied them but couldnt say :(
#6
mackem1966
Tastiest sausages ive ever eaten, asked the staff who supplied them but couldnt say :(
Presumably it was Morrisons brand?
1 Like #7
mackem1966
Tastiest sausages ive ever eaten, asked the staff who supplied them but couldnt say :(

Its Morrisons Market Street Sausages, personally id suggest trying a sausage with a little less sawdust in it.. had a breakfast yesterday, and wont be bothering again..
2 Likes #8
mackem1966
Tastiest sausages ive ever eaten, asked the staff who supplied them but couldnt say :(

Morrison's have their own slaughter houses, so I assume they are Morrison's own.
2 Likes #9
The sausages are the reason i stopped having a breakfast there. Nasty cheap things.
5 Likes #10
Gozer
mackem1966
Tastiest sausages ive ever eaten, asked the staff who supplied them but couldnt say :(
Morrison's have their own slaughter houses, so I assume they are Morrison's own.
Keeps the staff on their toes oO
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Gozer
mackem1966
Tastiest sausages ive ever eaten, asked the staff who supplied them but couldnt say :(

Morrison's have their own slaughter houses, so I assume they are Morrison's own.


Tesco have their own slaughter horses.
4 Likes #12
We have some brilliant meals at Morrisons cafe with our grandchildren after taking them swimming. Salmon and Hollandaise sauce, huge Lamb Shank dinner, 2 brews/hot chocolate, and two FREE children's home-cooked meals with healthy salads, including their drinks and a snack each - ALL for about a tenner. And choice of huge puddings or desserts for £1. Can't beat eating that out anywhere! X)
4 Likes #13
Is this really such a good deal?
#14
STEWIEG
Flavoured water 85p - now that's the kind of deal we're all looking for :D

Its the new name for squash in a bottle, costs 2p to make.
1 Like #15
Oh what a treat for a family.... Morrisons lol...
2 Likes #16
Don't eat sausages....My Dad used to call them " Bags of mystery" !!
7 Likes #17
Panyak08
Oh what a treat for a family.... Morrisons lol...

Some people perhaps enjoy being taken out wherever they happen to go, perhaps they don't expect lots to be spent upon them, and thereby might grow up a little more humble. But each to their own I suppose.
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drnkbeer
Panyak08
Oh what a treat for a family.... Morrisons lol...
Some people perhaps enjoy being taken out wherever they happen to go, perhaps they don't expect lots to be spent upon them, and thereby might grow up a little more humble. But each to their own I suppose.

Or when they go out for a meal they want to eat something they couldn't make to a higher standard at home for most likely less money. Which is how I tend to treat eating out.

In which case Morrison's Cafe ain't gonna cut it.

Edited By: ollie87 on Apr 07, 2017 11:18
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How many of you have tried the Morrison's meals recently? At least they are freshly cooked and there is a choice of good honest food - not just burgers. They do offer excellent fish and chips as one of the many options, as well as those mentioned above. There can be a degree of snobbery about eating out with children - we judge by personal experience - and it's just a nice treat after taking them swimming. Brilliant play area at Leyland too - the whole cafe has recently been refurbished.
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sag
Gozer
mackem1966
Tastiest sausages ive ever eaten, asked the staff who supplied them but couldnt say :(
Morrison's have their own slaughter houses, so I assume they are Morrison's own.
Keeps the staff on their toes oO

Morrison's annual bonus scheme is that you don't get sent there if you do well in our annual assessment.
But yes Morrison's do kill their own animals.
http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news
http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/10229089.Todmorden_slaughterhouse_chief_insists_innocence/?ref=rss


Edited By: Zuulan on Apr 07, 2017 13:02: http://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/1022908
1 Like #21
dogger3513
Don't eat sausages....My Dad used to call them " Bags of mystery" !!

My local butcher says he won't eat any other butchers' sausages because he doesn't know what goes into them. He also says he won't eat his because because he does know what goes into them!
#22
drnkbeer
Panyak08
Oh what a treat for a family.... Morrisons lol...
Some people perhaps enjoy being taken out wherever they happen to go, perhaps they don't expect lots to be spent upon them, and thereby might grow up a little more humble. But each to their own I suppose.

I assumed the parent comment was meant to be taken lightly. Do humble people ordinarily take life too seriously perhaps?

Anyway, humble my fat ass, what's wrong with feeling special once in a while? take your family somewhere nice.
#23
Ego-X
drnkbeer
Panyak08
Oh what a treat for a family.... Morrisons lol...
Some people perhaps enjoy being taken out wherever they happen to go, perhaps they don't expect lots to be spent upon them, and thereby might grow up a little more humble. But each to their own I suppose.
I assumed the parent comment was meant to be taken lightly. Do humble people ordinarily take life too seriously perhaps?
Anyway, humble my fat ass, what's wrong with feeling special once in a while? take your family somewhere nice.

In other words...

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#24
supersue
How many of you have tried the Morrison's meals recently? At least they are freshly cooked and there is a choice of good honest food - not just burgers. They do offer excellent fish and chips as one of the many options, as well as those mentioned above. There can be a degree of snobbery about eating out with children - we judge by personal experience - and it's just a nice treat after taking them swimming. Brilliant play area at Leyland too - the whole cafe has recently been refurbished.

I've got a local Morrison's cafe and its a pleasant place to eat, lots of families and elderly too. Food is reasonably priced and tastes alright. Having read some other comments, I'm not sure what more people expect for the price of the food and I agree, it does seem snobbish.
#25
If you were to listen to every comment on this site about X food being dodgy or tasting like rubbish you would not be able to eat anything because apparently all food is dodgy and of poor quality, personally I find the sausages taste pretty much the same as standard sausages I'd buy anywhere else.
#26
Never tasted a sausage yet that I didnt like even the rubbish ones; Lager is Lager Coffee is Coffee all taste the same .

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