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M & S VALENTINE DINE IN MEAL DEAL £20.00

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
FROM THURS 12/02/09 UNTIL SUN 15/02/09

THERE WILL BE 1 MEAL DEALRUNNING OVER THE WEEKEND
COSTING £20.00
As Usual a starter a side main course dessert bottle of wine and a rose

also roses from £2.99 a bunch to £40.00 a bunch instore

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY
TO ALL THE SINGLE POP TO M&S YOU NEVER KNOW WHO YOU MIGHT MEET OVER A LUXURY MEAL.
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#1
On the menu at a m and s near you, feel the love
#2
I dont get the appeal of these, the £10 meal is not enough for a complete meal and I dont drink alcohol.
#3
I'm happy! Any food from M&S gets my vote, particularly at a bargain price! Thank you for posting!
YumYUmYUMMY!!
#4
The lasagna they did on last weeks offer is highly recommended! VERY tasty :) Ohhh and the profitaroles :)
#5
Last weekend we had a chicken "piece" (which was almost half a chicken) with garlic and herb potatoes and a mound of profiteroles which we ate over two meals and a nice bottle of chardonnay. Can't grumble with that!
#6
bargainhunter2009
I dont get the appeal of these, the £10 meal is not enough for a complete meal and I dont drink alcohol.


most of the time there is a oj twinpack instead of wine
banned#7
bargainhunter2009
I dont get the appeal of these, the £10 meal is not enough for a complete meal and I dont drink alcohol.

But the deal is for those of us who do like ALCOHOL.
So I don't really follow your point.
#8
wellfan
But the deal is for those of us who do like ALCOHOL.
So I don't really follow your point.


I don't think its aimed at alcohol drinkers - I still bought it when I was pregnant and hence not drinking & got a double pack of the OJ instead.

Plus I think its enough food provided you pick wisely! We got Pizza & Garlic ciabatta which was actually too much - yummy though!

Great deal although I'm informed Valentines day is sorted?!?!?!?!!!!!!
(May get it anyway - just in case!!)
:thumbsup:
banned#9
BargainQueenNo1
I don't think its aimed at alcohol drinkers - I still bought it when I was pregnant and hence not drinking & got a double pack of the OJ instead.

Plus I think its enough food provided you pick wisely! We got Pizza & Garlic ciabatta which was actually too much - yummy though!

Great deal although I'm informed Valentines day is sorted?!?!?!?!!!!!!
(May get it anyway - just in case!!)
:thumbsup:


Whatever. It is advertised with a bottle of wine. That will do for me.
#10
anyone any idea what the me'n'u ( you get it ??? Valentine ) is this time
#11
wellfan
But the deal is for those of us who do like ALCOHOL.
So I don't really follow your point.


wellfan
Whatever. It is advertised with a bottle of wine. That will do for me.


Oh yeah!! Don't get me wrong!! Deffo in it for the Wine!!!!!!!! Woo hoo for wine!!!!!!! :-D
#12
BargainQueenNo1
Oh yeah!! Don't get me wrong!! Deffo in it for the Wine!!!!!!!! Woo hoo for wine!!!!!!! :-D

MMMmmmm Wine:-D
#13
twoangels
MMMmmmm Wine:-D


I see your a woman after my own heart!!!! :thumbsup:
#14
BargainQueenNo1
I see your a woman after my own heart!!!! :thumbsup:


If you mean a Wino then yes !!! Also love M&S food, when these deals come on i am fav daughter in law who passes off the food as her own, slaving over a cooker all day :whistling:
#15
Will you two get a room?

(with a minibar)
#16
twoangels
If you mean a Wino then yes !!! Also love M&S food, when these deals come on i am fav daughter in law who passes off the food as her own, slaving over a cooker all day :whistling:


Cheeky!! Good plan though!! I have 6 this weekend and that sound's like a bloomin good idea!!

musicals
Will you two get a room?

(with a minibar)


If there is a mini-bar I'm there (purely platonic though!!!!) :oops:
#17
I knew about the £20 one which is supposed to have champagne and a red rose?

To be honest I will probably just go in and buy 2 £10 meals as we have a £15 voucher for there so will only have to pay £5

Anyone know what the £15 one is though?
#18
Had the seabass last week...gorgeous! Hot! :thumbsup:
#19
i don't understand why people are voting on this without seeing the menu or what is on offer first... ? (i appreciate prior deals are good, but that does not mean this is good)

and for those who are "in it for the wine" - why not just buy a bottle surely its cheaper?
#20
twoangels
anyone any idea what the me'n'u ( you get it ??? Valentine ) is this time


i will let you know on menu at later stage as there are three seperate offers it will take ages to type out.
suspended 1 Like #21
The Valentine deal is as follows:-

Starter for 2
Main course for 2
Side Dish for 2
Desert for 2
Cava or wine

Single Rose

Starters:
Camembert with chutney
Onion and goats cheeses speciality tartlets
Pate de campagne
Honey roast salmon cocktail shots
Prawn cocktail
Applewood smoked salmon
Coquilles st jaques
Camembert and brusshetti
Scallops and chorizoAntipasti
Parma ham

Main courses:
Sirloin steak with pepper
Gastro beef ribs
Duck a l'orange
Lamb rack with basil and pine nuts
Seafood medley
Rump steak and peppercorn sauce
Parma wrapped chicken and cheese
Lochmuir scottish lightly smoked salmon joint
2 dover sole
Mushroom nut roast

Side Dishes:
New potato/Herb
Caesar vegetables
Med veg
House salad bowl
Ultimate mash
Gastro chips
Fresh chips

Desserts:
Valentines heart chocolate souffle
Valentines chocolate entertaining
Melt in the middle chocolate puddings
Raspberry panacotta
White chocolate and raspberry cheesecake
Fruit tarts
Special strawberry collection
Cheese selection

Flower giveaway: Single rose

Wines:
Bluff Hill sparkling
Sparkling pinot noir
Malbec reserveFleurie
Petit chablis
Marlborough sauvignon blanc
Kaituna Hills sauvignon blanc


Taken from mse thanks to sahra
Hope this is correct not sure which options change with the different price options it says this is on the £20 meal deal on mse site.

Hope this helps
#22
Yep Orange Juice twinpack is always an option. Dont save as much though so thats why its advertised with the bottle of wine.



Also the last weekend of this month the normal dine in for 10quid is on again from the last thursday of FEB till the 1st of March. What it said on the board in work today.
#23
p19uk
i don't understand why people are voting on this without seeing the menu or what is on offer first... ? (i appreciate prior deals are good, but that does not mean this is good)

and for those who are "in it for the wine" - why not just buy a bottle surely its cheaper?



Oviously it is for the wine itself it ranges from 4.49 - 5.99 so for an extra fiver say, your getting a meal. Worth it :thumbsup:
#24
profiteroles were gorgeous las week ... yum yum .. voted hot ::)
#25
tango42;4297430
The lasagna they did on last weeks offer is highly recommended! VERY tasty :) Ohhh and the profitaroles :)

lasagne is ok, prefer home made - much much nicer
#26
Have to say that IMHO the marlborough sauvignon blanc must be on its way to costing a tenner before we even look at the food,that would be my choice anyhow.
2 Likes #27
[SIZE="3"]As usual, we vegetarians have a choice of just one Main and it's the cr**piest and cheapest offering on the list, a £2.99 nut roast.:x

Is this REALLY the best that M&S can do for a Vegetarian Valentine's Treat?

Would all M&S staff who are reading this, please tell your management teams that they are really p***ing off the veggies out here with their lousy ideas about innovative veggie food?

Do you really believe that we don't like/need/want imaginative food choices? Nut Roast is >>SO<< 1980s.[/SIZE]
#28
diluvsdiscounts
Have to say that IMHO the marlborough sauvignon blanc must be on its way to costing a tenner before we even look at the food,that would be my choice anyhow.



Yes very nice wine indeed, currently on offer in Tesco for around £6 a bottle.
#29
cibarious
[SIZE="3"]As usual, we vegetarians have the cr**piest and cheapest offering on the list, a £2.99 nut roast.:x

Is this REALLY the best that M&S can do for a Vegetarian Valentine's Treat?

Would all M&S staff who are reading this, please tell your management teams that they are really p***ing off the veggies out here with their lousy ideas about innovative veggie food?

Do you really believe that we don't like/need/want imaginative food choices? Nut Roast is >>SO<< 1980s.[/SIZE]


Well said!!!!! Have some rep!
#30
BargainQueenNo1
Oh yeah!! Don't get me wrong!! Deffo in it for the Wine!!!!!!!! Woo hoo for wine!!!!!!! :-D


Your avitar has to be one of the most annoying I have seen (and I have see a few). Hope it's not your kid I just want to slap it one :whistling:
#31
cibarious;4299123
[SIZE=3]As usual, we vegetarians have a choice of just one Main and it's the cr**piest and cheapest offering on the list, a £2.99 nut roast.:x

Is this REALLY the best that M&S can do for a Vegetarian Valentine's Treat?

Would all M&S staff who are reading this, please tell your management teams that they are really p***ing off the veggies out here with their lousy ideas about innovative veggie food?

Do you really believe that we don't like/need/want imaginative food choices? Nut Roast is >>SO<< 1980s.[/SIZE]


The veggies are out protesting as normal...... :-D

Of course it's cheap, there's no meat in it and that's what costs the money!.. sheeesh! :whistling:

simple.... don't shop there if you don't like it.
#32
[SIZE="2"]
rattla
The veggies are out protesting as normal...... :-D

Of course it's cheap, there's no meat in it and that's what costs the money!.. sheeesh! :whistling:

simple.... don't shop there if you don't like it.


Of course we are out protesting, we like M&S food too.:thumbsup:

It would be really nice to be able to enjoy this offer without having to spend an extra fiver, supplementing the unimaginative and cheap Main that is the only vegetarian offering, in order to achieve the same quality meal as you do with the basic choices. :?
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#33
cibarious;4299123
[SIZE=3]As usual, we vegetarians have a choice of just one Main and it's the cr**piest and cheapest offering on the list, a £2.99 nut roast.:x [/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]Is this REALLY the best that M&S can do for a Vegetarian Valentine's Treat? [/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]Would all M&S staff who are reading this, please tell your management teams that they are really p***ing off the veggies out here with their lousy ideas about innovative veggie food? [/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]Do you really believe that we don't like/need/want imaginative food choices? Nut Roast is >>SO<< 1980s.[/SIZE]


maybe now's the time to start eating animals, there's only so much rabbit food you can eat...lol :p
#34
royals
maybe now's the time to start eating animals, there's only so much rabbit food you can eat...lol :p


Cool it Sausage lover, not everyone wants to eat the meat ;-)
#35
cibarious
[SIZE="3"]As usual, we vegetarians have a choice of just one Main and it's the cr**piest and cheapest offering on the list, a £2.99 nut roast.:x

Is this REALLY the best that M&S can do for a Vegetarian Valentine's Treat?

Would all M&S staff who are reading this, please tell your management teams that they are really p***ing off the veggies out here with their lousy ideas about innovative veggie food?

Do you really believe that we don't like/need/want imaginative food choices? Nut Roast is >>SO<< 1980s.[/SIZE]


i agree, i was looking at all the fancy, expensive meat eaters' choices (steak, lamb, duck) and thinking that we get a bit of a raw deal with only one choice (and it's nothing special).

i wonder if you actually save money getting the vegetarian option as it is nothing expensive whereas i would imagine the steak etc is?

oh well, the majority eat meat so i guess that's why things are as they are :x
2 Likes #36
[SIZE="2"]
royals
maybe now's the time to start eating animals, there's only so much rabbit food you can eat...lol :p


Nah, some of my best friends are rabbits and they don't mind sharing their food but they do mind me eating their kin. ;-)

Oh and a statistic for all you footie fans, there are 6 times the number of vegetarians in England than there are people who regularly go to football matches.:w00t:

[COLOR="Blue"]@Anjirocks[/COLOR] If meat eaters really like their meat soooo much and that's why things are the way that M&S play them, perhaps the meat eaters can tell me why they always snaffle all the veggie food at parties, leaving nothing for us veggies?:giggle:[/SIZE]
#37
They could atleast do the veggie option CHEAPER.
#38
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]Oh and a statistic for all you footie fans, there are 6 times the number of vegetarians in England than there are people who regularly go to football matches.:w00t:

[/SIZE]


It's free to be a vegetarian.
#39
cibarious;4299123
[SIZE=3]As usual, we vegetarians have a choice of just one Main and it's the cr**piest and cheapest offering on the list, a £2.99 nut roast.:x [/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]Is this REALLY the best that M&S can do for a Vegetarian Valentine's Treat? [/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]Would all M&S staff who are reading this, please tell your management teams that they are really p***ing off the veggies out here with their lousy ideas about innovative veggie food? [/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]Do you really believe that we don't like/need/want imaginative food choices? Nut Roast is >>SO<< 1980s.[/SIZE]


Could you not have 'wafer' thin ham! I love the 'veggies' out there that eat chicken and fish :whistling:

Seriously though...look into the Waitrose or Tesco Extra Special meal deals, they may have more options for your 'proper' veggie.
banned#40
How very romantic!

A ready meal dinner at home!

Cook a meal FFS! It'll mean a hell of a lot more.

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