Knife and fork

We’re very proud of our great tasting meals and it’s always fantastic to read the great feedback they receive.

Recently we offered some of the UK’s best loved bloggers the opportunity try some of our travel-inspired meals and here’s what they had to say!

Based in the Shetland Islands, Canadian expat, Elizabeth runs Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary, a fantastic foodie blog with some clever recipes.

Despite not having a microwave, Elizabeth headed to Tesco to try The City Kitchen for herself. In her review she said: “I am loving these meals! We’ve tried all the varieties we could get a hold of in our supermarket (six in total) and my absolute favourite was the Malaysian Coconut Beef Curry. It honestly tastes like proper homemade food; the perfect level of heat and spice, and the perfect sized portion too.”

Read more here and discover many more of Elizabeth’s culinary creations.

Award-winning writer and travel blogger, Emily Luxton was already a The City Kitchen fan, so we challenged her to leave her Chicken Katsu Curry comfort zone and try the whole range.

She’s written a fabulous review, adding our meals were a ‘great way to jazz up a boring lunch break’. Emily’s blog is a great way to get lost in some wanderlust and we thoroughly recommend a read. More here.

If you are on the hunt for new recipes, All That I Am Eating, a blog by Caroline Taylor is a good place to start. We spotted this recipe for vegan vegetable Singapore noodles which sounds delicious.

The Berkshire-based blogger tried nearly all of our range (although a shellfish allergy meant our meals with king prawns were off the cards) and gave us some great comments on our ‘tender’ meat, ‘freshness’ and ‘generous portions’. Here’s the full review.

Thanks for your kind words guys, we’re really pleased you like our meals as much as we do.

Join us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram and let us know which meals are your favourites – we would love to hear from you.

Bon appetite!

The City Kitchen Chefs

Did you know?

Did you know that Japanese food is literally vital to the Japanese culture? Japanese cuisine is one of only three national food traditions recognised by the United Nations for its cultural significance.

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