Costco Kirkland Signature Asian Style Wraps Review

These Kirkland Signature Asian Style Wraps are the newest addition to my local Costco’s pre-made meal section. I like wraps and most Asian-style dishes, so I had high hopes for them. They’re definitely convenient – they’re ready to serve right out of the package. Unfortunately, they ended up being fairly disappointing. Where did Costco go wrong with these wraps?

Package of Costco Kirkland Signature Asian Style Wraps sitting on a table.
Costco Kirkland Signature Asian Style Wraps.

I love when my Costco brings out a new pre-made meal choice and so when I saw these Kirkland Signature Asian Style Wraps I definitely wanted to try them and review them!

Other pre-made meals from Costco are the Goat Cheese, Pecan and Mixed Greens Salad, Kirkland Signature Rotisserie Chicken, Kirkland Signature Quinoa Salad, Kirkland Signature Seasoned Chicken Wings, Kirkland Signature Chicken Penne Alfredo, Kirkland Signature Fish and Chips Meal Kit, Kirkland Signature Chicken Burger Meal Kit, Kirkland Signature Stuffed Salmon and the Kirkland Signature Chicken Pot Pie.

Location in Store

The wraps can be found in the pre-made meal section, the item number is 24290.

Top down image of the container of wraps with the lid off showing four wraps and a sauce in the middle.
Ready to eat.


We left our wraps in the fridge overnight, and they were already a day old when we bought them. Unfortunately, the bottom side got a bit soft/soggy. I think they’d be better fresh.

The wraps are light and crunchy – aside from the chicken, they’re loaded with veggies. I was impressed at how crunchy the veggies were even after two days. There isn’t that much chicken in the wraps. I would’ve liked more. There are noodles in the wraps too and they aren’t too soft or soggy which I appreciate.

Image of a hand holding one Asian stytle wrap with some bites taken out so you can see the middle.
You can see the noodles, chicken and coleslaw.

The wraps themselves don’t have a ton of flavor. You mainly taste the chicken and the slaw. but they’re slightly sweet and you can taste hints of orange juice. The cream cheese is what’s used to hold to wrap together. The noodles and almonds add a small amount of additional texture and flavor but I don’t love the idea or taste of noodles in a wrap.

Top down image of the open container of the sauce that comes with the wraps.
The sauce has a strong orange juice flavor with a hint of sesame.

The sauce tastes strongly of citrus with a hint of sesame as well. It’s not bad and adds some punch to the otherwise somewhat bland wraps. I think whether you enjoy the sauce or not depends on if you like the flavor of the orange.

Side image of a wrap served on a white  plate with a bowl of sauce beside it.
The wraps come with a citrus dipping sauce.


The wraps cost $13.99 Canadian per kilogram so the cost is dependent on the weight. My container has four wraps and costs $15.14 Canadian which isn’t unreasonable! Buying something similar at a restaurant would cost much more.


We ate the wraps cold but I think next time I might try putting them in a panini press to crisp them up a bit. Wraps in general are great for lunch or dinner and can be served with soup or a side salad.

Image of the label that comes on the wraps showing the best before date and price as well as ingredients.
The cost is dependent on the weight and the wraps need to be kept refrigerated.

The wraps need to be kept refrigerated and the best-before date is two days from the date I purchased them. I recommend eating these the day they’re packaged though because I found ours soggy.



One wrap contains 490 calories, 20 grams of fat, 59 grams of carbohydrates, four grams of fibre, 13 grams of sugar, 20 grams of protein and 1050 milligrams of sodium. That’s a ton of sodium in one wrap! The calories, fat and carbohydrates don’t surprise me too much.


Wow! The ingredients list is crazy long and full of chemical-sounding ingredients that I have no idea what are or why they’re in the wraps. The wraps contain all of your major allergens. Wheat, soya, milk, almond, sesame and sulfites and may contain egg, fish, molluscs, crustaceans, peanuts, tree nuts and mustard.

Image of the ingredients label from the Costco Asian Style Wraps.


Taste: 6/10

Cost: 7.5/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 2/10 (The amount of protein per wrap is decent but not


Walk on by!

Overall these wraps are fine, but nothing special. I don’t think I’d buy them again. They’re bland and if you don’t like citrus you won’t like the sauce.

If you’ve tried these wraps before, what did you think of it?

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15 thoughts on “Costco Kirkland Signature Asian Style Wraps Review”

  1. Tried the chicken wraps yesterday for the first time! We thought they were fresh, crunchy, had a ton of chicken in the wrap and let’s talk about that sesame sauce!!! Need 2 containers of dipping sauce for 4 1/2’s of the wraps. Will absolutely buy again! Like most deli prepared items you should try to eat sooner rather than later.

  2. I like them. Put a little of the sauce on them before every bite. I think some people on this site just like to complain. They sell a ton of them so not everyone hates them.

  3. I guess Costco is trying to channel Vietnamese rolls. Anyways, they’re better if run through a panini press. At roughly $4 CDN per roll, I don’t think they are really expensive.

    The wrap design needs some work. Instead of the sticky thick blah Mex-style corn-based wrap cover it should be a thinner rice-based cover, and it needs more chicken and spices. So maybe it’s a work in progress.

  4. Who in the hell came up with this. I thought those so called wraps were made with a tortilla? Education lesson here, a tortilla is not Asian but a Mexican creation. Yes many wraps are made in different cultures BUT a tortilla with it’s ingredients is not Asian.

  5. I notice that Costco has dropped the ball on a LOT of their products lately. I’m tired of spending $12.00 just to take their crap back. I will NOT be renewing my membership next month.

    • Some of their stuff has always been questionable, but people buy it 🙂 The hotdogs are fatty poison in a bun, and the apple turnovers and pies are half sugar. But there is some good stuff too that makes up for it. Like the US-made Kimchi, which is fresh and awesome, and the good quality greens.

  6. I bought these wraps last year. I was VERY disappointed. Bland, barely and chicken, did I mention bland? Save your money, buy the chicken and some frozen veggies.

  7. I found the wrap very doughy and tasteless.and the value? Not worth as the contents were just shredded cabbage carrot and hardly any chicken.


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