Chinese & Asian Meal Deal, Delivery/Collection - Two Mains + Three sides £10 @ Waitrose
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Chinese & Asian Meal Deal, Delivery/Collection - Two Mains + Three sides £10 @ Waitrose

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Found 17th Feb
Waitrose Chinese/Asian meal deal with 2 mains and 3 sides for delivery or collection slot till the 27th of February.

Mains

  • Sweet & sour chicken
  • Chicken chow mein
  • Red/Green Thai Chicken Curry
  • Beef in black bean sauce
  • Chicken with cashew nuts
  • Sweet & sour chicken in batter
  • Asian chicken & prawn laksa
  • Chinese Crispy Prawns
  • Asian Chicken in Satay Sauce
  • Chinese Crispy Beef with Sweet Chilli Sauce
  • Asian Katsu Chicken Curry
  • Chinese Singapore Noodles
  • Asian Chicken Pad Thai
  • Asian Green Thai Vegetable Curry
  • Asian Crispy Fried Fish
  • Chinese Battered Chicken with Lemon Sauce
  • Asian Beef Teriyaki with Sticky Rice
  • Asian Fusion Chilli Chicken Ramen
  • Chinese Braised Red Pork
  • Asian Chicken Yakitori
  • Asian Sweet Thai Basil Prawns
  • Asian Nasi Goreng
  • Chinese Char Sui Pork
  • Chinese Chicken and Mushroom

Sides

  • Crispy seaweed
  • Egg fried rice
  • 6 vegetable spring rolls
  • 4 prawn toasts
  • Chinese Snack Selection
  • Asian Thai Sticky Rice
  • Asian Coconut Rice

A slightly biased menu towards non-vegetarian products, but outside of that looks like a good deal.

Hope it helps someone.
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For anyone with a sparks card you can also get 2 mains and 3 sides for £10, otherwise it’s jsut the 2 sides.

not a fan of Chinese food but the M&S deal sides include dumplings which I do like so whatever
super
My hubby goes to China regularly for work, so knows when a dish is authentic We had one of the waitrose deals last night and it was lovely. Big portions, plenty of meat and the real deal. M&S ones don’t taste of much, skimpy portions.
Divechick11 m ago

My hubby goes to China regularly for work, so knows when a dish is …My hubby goes to China regularly for work, so knows when a dish is authentic We had one of the waitrose deals last night and it was lovely. Big portions, plenty of meat and the real deal. M&S ones don’t taste of much, skimpy portions.


Thanks for the comment, helps others decide which one to go for -:)
forzagarza17th Feb

For anyone with a sparks card you can also get 2 mains and 3 sides for …For anyone with a sparks card you can also get 2 mains and 3 sides for £10, otherwise it’s jsut the 2 sides.not a fan of Chinese food but the M&S deal sides include dumplings which I do like so whatever


so is this an m&s deal? you mention sparks but title states waitrose
kate.g2 m ago

so is this an m&s deal? you mention sparks but title states waitrose


No, this one is indeed a Waitrose offer. The one he refers is this one from @Chanchi32 which is from m&s
Cheers matwalaboy We were planning takeaway for tonight but this looks fab! Have some heat!
AngelUndercover42 m ago

Cheers matwalaboy We were planning takeaway for tonight but …Cheers matwalaboy We were planning takeaway for tonight but this looks fab! Have some heat!


Glad you like - enjoy the dinner
    • Asian Chicken Pad Thai
  • Chinese Singapore Noodles are on PYO so maybe a discount
Edited by: "billbobargins" 17th Feb
Waitrose Asian chicken & prawn laksa380g also on PYO think thats them all. Bye bye PYO gunna miss you
Had this tonight. The battered prawns and katsu curry was superb
Finally! I've waited long time for this.
They are a bit later with their New Year's offer but it works out well for me as I've already enjoyed the M&S offer, so can move onto this one next week.

BTW what's a Sparks card?
Had this yesterday, was yummy.
Zuulan34 m ago

They are a bit later with their New Year's offer but it works out well for …They are a bit later with their New Year's offer but it works out well for me as I've already enjoyed the M&S offer, so can move onto this one next week. BTW what's a Sparks card?


Sparks is M&S’s version of loyalty card ala Clubcard for Tesco or nectar for sainsbury etc. You shop, swipe, earn points and get exclusive offers - that sort of thing. You can pick a card for free in shop and register it online - hope it helps
Divechick17th Feb

My hubby goes to China regularly for work, so knows when a dish is …My hubby goes to China regularly for work, so knows when a dish is authentic We had one of the waitrose deals last night and it was lovely. Big portions, plenty of meat and the real deal. M&S ones don’t taste of much, skimpy portions.


The Chinese wouldn’t touch any of this. It’s all made for the British market . Real Chinese food is completely different. So I’m guessing your husband stays in a tourist area catering for western tastes
M&S used to do 3 sides, but recently have cut back to two with their indian/chinese meal deals. Sparks card holders now have to opt in to get an extra side, which used to be included for all, so worsening of deal from M&S.

The Waitrose offer IMHO is better quality, more interesting vegetarian options, and don't forget the bonus coffee. Heat from me.
"Asian".....?

Genuine, authentic, copy of something we made up...
I find Waitrose more expensive than Tesco and Asda but surprisingly in recent times has seemed better value than Sainsburys which I would say used to be cheaper and yet Waitrose is more premium to me sitting between Sainsburys and M & S overall in quality. Yes not everything is great in M & S but for me they still offer the best quality overall if you can afford it.

Anyone have any recommendations for this offer. I don't do prawns but apart from that no restrictions. I normally buy indian curries in supermarkets but for actual real takeaways I mainly buy chinese but its always the same one I haven't really tried much away from my chopped chicken curry and boiled rice I normally buy. What I have tried in supermarkets for chinese food has been a little disappointing generally I much prefer their indian offerings.

Don't forget the free paper too if buying the offer instore. If nothing else pick up a daily mail so you can get some extra nectar points.
Are there noodles in the sides?
DingIs3 h, 27 m ago

"Asian".....?Genuine, authentic, copy of something we made up...


And breathe...
davewave4 m ago

And breathe...


Don't worry,, I can manage 9 words without needing to breathe.
We had this offer for dinner last night it was delicious
What is PYO ?
Does anyone know if the full price counts for minimum spend or what it counts is the £10? I have a £8 off £40.
taniasush3 m ago

Does anyone know if the full price counts for minimum spend or what it …Does anyone know if the full price counts for minimum spend or what it counts is the £10? I have a £8 off £40.


What you finally pay is what’s counted
Edited by: "matwalaboy" 18th Feb
I've currently got £6 off £30 vouchers and I have to allow for the paper, coffee and anything else being deducted so the final price is over £30 to use them.
I have taken the chinese meal "taste of the east" for £6 in Waitrose: you choose the noodles, the sauce, the vegetable's packet and meat or fish. The steak stir fry strips with black bean sauce were amazing.
None of these supermarket offerings are what could be called ‘authentic’ but the WItrose one is far better than the M@S range in my opinion
I went into Waitrose today and to be honest didn't find the deal very good. The 3 sides were very limited mainly rice and tiny savoury items. Some of the sides I would of wanted didn't have the sides stickers so assume they weren't included. By the looks of it the normal price would be about £14 maximum for 2 main items and 3 sides. I tend to like to do my own rice which is far cheaper and couldn't find any decent side dishes apart from that so left it. Wasn't impressed with the selection of mains either. I just didn't want to pay effectively £2 for 3 of the crappy little side dishes. In fairness they could have been missing a few side options but every section seemed to be filled by an item so not sure about this.

I think the till operator almost applauded me as my items came to £30.01 after the paper, coffee and other mywaitrose items were discounted which was spot on for my £6 off £30 voucher. She must of thought I was a maths genius or something as had many small reduced items and other odd price items.
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