Don Gastronom (La Narval) Yellowfin Tuna with Tomato and Basil


Leftover pasta? Getting a little sardine-weary (hey, it happens to the best of us)? Here you go, fold in a tin of this and lunch is done. Also, mixing tomato and mayonnaise is exceptionally good, imagine a tuna melt made with tuna salad made with this.

110g tin

In stock


Ingredients: light tuna (yellowfin (Thunnus albacares)) 73.64%, tomato (17.45%), sunflower oil (5.27%), basil (2.64%), and salt (1%).


  1. kholthaus1 (verified owner)

    I used this tin to up my tuna salad game. It was an excellent replacement for the grocery store tuna. the tuna was firm and the tomato basil added a great flavor. I would repurchase this.

  2. Curiouscutefish (verified owner)

    This was not at all what I was expecting! I miss the pictures of inside the tin so I wouldn’t have been so surprised when I opened this tin. I was expecting a bit of tomato and some basil pieces but what is inside is more of a thick tomato sauce. It looked a bit gloopy and greasy but I decided to continue ahead with my original plan of making a tuna melt. Once I added a small bit of mayo, it became more liquidy and honestly turned into a mess when I added it to the bread to make the sandwich. It dripped out the sides and wasn’t easy to eat. Maybe I’m just not a good sandwich maker… Not sure.

    I had to eat it with a fork and knife and my impression of the flavor was meh. It was okay. I couldn’t really tell it had any additional flavor of tomato or basil. It was also quite greasy and it left a fishy aftertaste. Some positive things were: The texture of the fish was nice and it was a good amount of fish for my appetite. The box art also is attractive.

    Overall though, I wouldn’t buy this tin again. It was fine, not great but also not terrible, but it just wasn’t delicious or exciting enough for me to want to eat again.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.