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Delicious party food for christmas and new years at ridiculous prices of £1 and £2 @ iceland
Delicious party food for christmas and new years at ridiculous prices of £1 and £2 @ iceland

Delicious party food for christmas and new years at ridiculous prices of £1 and £2 @ iceland

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I was in Iceland the other day getting some party food for christmas and had to post the crazy good deals they have. You can get packs of 18 onion bhajis and 14 filo prawns for just £1. 18 chocolate strawberries for only £1... The list is endless with so many items for just £1 including chicken pieces and chinese and indian selections. little burgers and hot dogs, pizzas and desserts. Everything you could ever want. They also do 3 £2 items for a fiver and massive 75 piece Indian and Chinese selection packs for £4. The cheapest and tastiest party food around!

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this is bad fatty food (keep away) do not eat..!

Delicious party food and Iceland in the same sentence, never thought I'd see that day.

Cheap nasty food IMO.

yuk

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just because its iceland doesn't mean its not nice. its just as nice as any other food.

lyd123

just because its iceland doesn't mean its not nice. its just as nice as … just because its iceland doesn't mean its not nice. its just as nice as any other food.


you get what you pay for

plumberman56

this is bad fatty food (keep away) do not eat..!



yawn.. well those fatties better not eat it then eh!

I'll buy some for the Dog,thats all its good for

Edited by: "Thomablue" 22nd Dec 2010

Original Poster

why is everyone slating iceland? im sure its just as good as asda or tesco's which everyone's always banging on about how good they are. it seems silly. honestly im a bit of a food snob but the party food was delicious!

I found it fine myself, some things at iceland are a bit on the crap side but then so are Tesco/Asda/Sainsburys.

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tek-monkey

I found it fine myself, some things at iceland are a bit on the crap side … I found it fine myself, some things at iceland are a bit on the crap side but then so are Tesco/Asda/Sainsburys.


yeah me too! dont know what all the fuss is about! I thought it was a great deal!

lyd123

just because its iceland doesn't mean its not nice. its just as nice as … just because its iceland doesn't mean its not nice. its just as nice as any other food.


Only if you usually eat food you find in bins :p. I've been unfortunate enough to have had Iceland food inflicted on me in the past, it's bloody awful. The only thing Iceland is any good for is the occasional good deal on branded frozen food.

Every shopkeeper loves a brand ****

EDIT: Damn you autocensor!
Edited by: "tek-monkey" 22nd Dec 2010

Best thing I bought at Iceland recently was a £1 bag of clementines.Really good quality.
The 450g packs of ham for £1.75 are a bargain.Iceland food itself is a bit hit and miss.
You obviously can't compare the quality to a place like M&S.
You get what you pay for but you can find a bargain there.
I'm waiting until after Xmas to try them as they'll be half price then

would only buy tea bags from Iceland.!

absolutely nothing wrong with iceland. the cakes they are doing for xmas are exceptionally good value and taste wonderful and the party food looks nice. i'm sure many people appreciate when they did bogoff offers and the free delivery service for those who cant carry loads of bags of shopping.

oh and they do sell brand names .
Edited by: "balajake" 22nd Dec 2010

im normaly a fan of iceland food and still am but i have to say i was dissapointed with thier xmas stuff

i got the cheese and ham toasties - really rubbish quality, processed reformd ham, defo better making yourselfwith 4 slices of bread 2 slices of processd cheese and eg bernard mathews ham for £1

2nd 1 i had was a meat kebab platter, and honestly the worst food iv possibly ever had, tastes very cheap, defo not worth it

on a good note, the bailys cake and mini lemon merangs were very tasty and id recomend them

i got some cakes from there. sticky bbq chicken skewers, and the cranberry pork stuffing.

Food Guide - Dining Out in Iceland
When it comes to dining out in Iceland, the freshness of the food served in restaurants is indisputable. The main ingredients in traditional Icelandic dishes are sourced locally. Fish are caught from the unpolluted oceans around Iceland and meat comes from lambs that grazed the meadows on the farms and rugged interior of Iceland. Fruit and vegetables are grown organically and used in abundance by the Icelandic chefs.

A holiday in Iceland is not complete by dining out and trying traditional Icelandic cuisines such as smoked lamb sausage, hangikjöt (smoked lamb), skyr, a yoghurt-like dairy product, harðfiskur dried fish pieces eaten as a snack with butter, fish and svið and singed sheep's head. These traditional dishes are served in most restaurants in Iceland. For those who prefer specialty cuisines, there is also a good selection of restaurants serving seafood dishes, beef, poultry, game meat and international cuisines.

Fast foods are comparatively expensive compared to a meal in a restaurant in Iceland. Icelanders choice of fast food is not MacDonalds but pylsa or hot dog, usually served with a choice of fried onions, fresh onions, tomato sauce, mustard and remoulade. It is cheaper than other types of fast food and it can be bought in small convenience stores, eateries and sweet shops in Icelandic towns.


lyd123

why is everyone slating iceland? im sure its just as good as asda or … why is everyone slating iceland? im sure its just as good as asda or tesco's which everyone's always banging on about how good they are. it seems silly. honestly im a bit of a food snob but the party food was delicious!



Agree....Iceland food fine.

I had a munch on Kerry Katona's prawn ring a few years ago.

Sloppy texture, I didn't fancy seconds.

For todays economic climate iceland is fab! Like someone said, some bits are poor but same as every other supermarket.
Iceland and farmfoods offer decent food and good prices. If you can afford m&s and waitrose that's all well and good but I can't fault the shop! Thanks OP, been meaning to pop in our local one to serve my in laws on boxing day!
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