£3£480.3p per 100g
Country of Origin
FrozenSuitable for the microwave
|Typical Values||100g oven baked contains||Each pie oven baked contains|
|Energy||598kJ / 143kcal||2001kJ / 479kcal|
|(of which saturates)||3.7g||12.4g|
|(of which sugars)||1.3g||4.3g|
|Pack contains 1 serving|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (24)
any resemblance to fish pie is incidental
This product is awful. Just mush in sauce, couldnt find anything that resembled fish! I love fish pie and thought this would be a good choice for Good Friday, how wrong I was!
where was the fish
White mush and four tiny cubes of fish!
Fish pie \- really?
I make a better than decent fish pie at home but decided to try this as a standby. Glad I didn’t pay full price. Tasteless, where was the fish? We found about 7 midget pieces - couldn’t call them cubes - with some mashed potato and what, I suppose was meant to be sauce. Anyone want a Young’s Fish Pie for free? Never again.
Expensive and only 25% cheap Pollock in the Pie.
Now costing £4 which is really expensive for a lot of potato and very little fish.
Big disappointment. Why do the British always seem to fall down when it comes to fish? A fish pie is a good idea. But this is just potato and sauce, with a very few bits of medicocre frozen fish from far away. The British Isles are surrounded with fish, shellfish, and crustaceans, for heaven's sake.
What a total disappointment- completely tasteless no one liked it. I thought Youngs was supposed to be an expert in frozen fish. One of their team should taste this product - its honestly awful. Like mushy potato baby food texture