Dine -In at M&S for £10 with wine is back!
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Dine -In at M&S for £10 with wine is back!

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Found 9th JanEdited by:"scoffer1"
Dine -In at M&S for £10 with wine is back!
Choose a main from
MAINS

Mediterranean sea bass fillets - With Kalamata olive butter
Gastropub steak lasagne - Slow-cooked beef and red wine sauce layered with pasta and topped with cheese sauce
Gastropub garlic chicken & herb crumb lattice - Tender chicken with a creamy garlic & parsley sauce in puff pastry with a cheese & herb crumb
Cook Menu lemon & parmesan chicken - With smoked bacon, cherry tomatoes and spinach
Rotisserie chicken - In a sweet and sticky marinade
Made Without Wheat beef lasagne (GF) - Layers of Italian gluten-free pasta sheets between beef ragu topped with bechamel sauce and cheese
Gastropub roasted aubergine, tomato & mozzarella bake (V) - Marinated aubergine with a tomato sauce, mozzarella shavings and tomatoes
Salmon with hoisin sauce - Scottish Lochmuir salmon fillets with hoisin sauce
Sirloin steak - 21-day matured. Very tender, full flavoured
2 Rump steaks - 21 day matured. Tender, rich flavour
Balanced For You Super Veg & Beef Cumberland Pie - Topped with potato, carrot, sweet potato & kale crush and a cheesy crumb

A side from
SIDE DISHES

Potato croquettes (V) - Mashed potato coated in breadcrumbs
Peas and carrots (V) - With mint butter
Ultimate potato mash (V) - With cream and butter
Red cabbage (V) - Braised with bramley apples
Sweet and crunchy salad (V) - Mixed-leaf salad with sweetcorn, cabbage, carrots and peppers
Chunky chips (V) - Chunky potato chips coated in a lightly seasoned batter
Potato rosti (V) - Seasoned shredded potato with onions
Garlic mushrooms (V) - With soft cheese topped with breadcrumbs
Minted new potatoes (V) - With butter, chives, parsley and mint

A dessert from
DESSERTS
Bramley apple pie (V) - Sweet and tangy bramley apple slices baked in light puff pastry
Millionaire's shortbread (V) - Shortbread crumb topped with a rich caramel sauce, caramel-flavour mousse and Belgian dark chocolate ganache
Made Without Wheat New York cheesecake (V) (GF) - A creamy baked Madagascan vanilla cheesecake on a gluten-free digestive biscuit base
Crème brulées (V) - Indulgent yet lightly baked vanilla custard with a sachet of golden sugar for you to caramelise
Strawberry jelly trifle (V) - Strawberries in strawberry jelly layered with sponge, creamy custard and whipped cream
Fruity fiesta (V) - Pineapple, melon, grapes and kiwi fruit
Lemon & ricotta cheesecake slices (V) - Sicilian lemon & ricotta baked cheesecake on a digestive biscuit base topped with a Sicilian lemon glaze
Cheese selection* (V) - Tangy Blacksticks® Blue; rich, full-flavoured Farmhouse Red Leicester; mild Creamy Lancashire
Profiterole stack (V) - Delicate choux pastries filled with fresh cream and layered with rich chocolate sauce
Passion fruit swiss roll (V) - A beautifully striped moist sponge filled with whipped cream and a tangy passion fruit sauce
Hot chocolate fudge pudding (V) - A meltingly moist all-butter chocolate sponge made with almonds drenched in a sumptuous chocolate fudge sauce
A selection of ice creams

and a drink

Products may vary. Wine or non-alcoholic options available. See in store for details


*Terms and conditions
Menu correct at time of publishing. Offer runs Wednesday 10 to Tuesday 16 January 2018 in selected stores in the UK.
  • Subject to availability. See in store for details.
  • Choose from a selection of mains plus sides plus dessert for £10 and receive a free bottle of selected wine (or non-alcoholic alternative).
  • Free wine only available to customers over 18 and in conjunction with the £10 meal for two.
  • Excludes Channel Islands, overseas stores, M&S Outlet stores and Simply Food stores at BP Connect, railways, motorway services, hospitals and airports.
  • In the unlikely event that the free wine (as opposed to the non-alcoholic alternative) is not vailable or required, an alternative product or discount is not available, although the food selection in the 'Dine In for £10' promotion can still be purchased.
  • For the avoidance of doubt, as the value attributed to the free wine in this deal is £0.00, if returned, no refund will be due. Please drink responsibly.

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TheEnglish9099th Jan

Getting bored of this now to be honest



There is the option of not buying it....
Zoea6 h, 9 m ago

Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 b …Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 bottle? I'm assuming yes, so. But what about the other bloody £5 for the other food? OK I will admit M&S is some of the better food on the high street but still. I think it's expensive to be honest even now for what it isignore my rambling by all means it's ok


Rambling. Don't compare M&S to Iceland. Just don't.
THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into Marksies and get this. If you can't treat yourself on your birthday, when can you?
Zoea33 m ago

Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 b …Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 bottle? I'm assuming yes, so. But what about the other bloody £5 for the other food? OK I will admit M&S is some of the better food on the high street but still. I think it's expensive to be honest even now for what it isignore my rambling by all means it's ok


I dread to think what £3.33 wine is - Echo Falls or some other sugar-laden crap that doesn't taste like wine I'm guessing?

I'd also be very interested in seeing a like-for-like menu including wine for £10 (something with sea bass fillets or steaks please)
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Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 bottle? I'm assuming yes, so. But what about the other bloody £5 for the other food? OK I will admit M&S is some of the better food on the high street but still. I think it's expensive to be honest even now for what it is

ignore my rambling by all means it's ok
Thanks for posting, appreciation from myself.

These offers don't come along often enough.
Brilliant, love this offer; thanks for posting scoffer1
Zoea33 m ago

Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 b …Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 bottle? I'm assuming yes, so. But what about the other bloody £5 for the other food? OK I will admit M&S is some of the better food on the high street but still. I think it's expensive to be honest even now for what it isignore my rambling by all means it's ok


I dread to think what £3.33 wine is - Echo Falls or some other sugar-laden crap that doesn't taste like wine I'm guessing?

I'd also be very interested in seeing a like-for-like menu including wine for £10 (something with sea bass fillets or steaks please)
Getting bored of this now to be honest
Only stores with a restaurant I presume.

Plus the wine option is only good if you live close or are driven there.
Edited by: "Darzen" 10th Jan
TheEnglish9099th Jan

Getting bored of this now to be honest



There is the option of not buying it....
y-oh-y31 m ago

Thanks for posting, appreciation from myself.These offers don't come along …Thanks for posting, appreciation from myself.These offers don't come along often enough.


Really? This £10 offer is on every week of the year apart from the whole of December. Lol
Zoea40 m ago

Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 b …Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 bottle? I'm assuming yes, so. But what about the other bloody £5 for the other food? OK I will admit M&S is some of the better food on the high street but still. I think it's expensive to be honest even now for what it isignore my rambling by all means it's ok


I have been dubious about the offer myself but tried the wine on offer before christmas and it was really good and easily worth £5 so a fiver for the rest was reasonable, it's not a great deal but the wine is good stuff or at least the one I got was as it varies.
TheEnglish90910th Jan

apart from the whole of December. Lol



It was on 6th-12th December
jayok5 m ago

There is the option of not buying it....


Yes! You got it in one, according to the sales data this offer has been on now 203 times since 2013 and it's just remained the same. Maybe new ideas and promotions are needed to refreshen things at M&S
Edited by: "TheEnglish909" 10th Jan
Love the deal I like to get very pis**d on the wine top up with another bottle from my local Tesco and decide to freeze the main and order a takeout great bargain tbh
Edited by: "bradfordjoiner" 10th Jan
I'm hoping its on for Valentine's Day as want something like this before going out for evening
Anniversary today and my girlfriend wants me to cook her dinner. Couldn't have been better timed!
Zoea6 h, 9 m ago

Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 b …Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 bottle? I'm assuming yes, so. But what about the other bloody £5 for the other food? OK I will admit M&S is some of the better food on the high street but still. I think it's expensive to be honest even now for what it isignore my rambling by all means it's ok


Rambling. Don't compare M&S to Iceland. Just don't.
TheEnglish90910th Jan

Really? This £10 offer is on every week of the year apart from the whole …Really? This £10 offer is on every week of the year apart from the whole of December. Lol


You are talking sheet. It's not. Fact.
THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into Marksies and get this. If you can't treat yourself on your birthday, when can you?
MCGONIS1 h, 50 m ago

THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into …THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into Marksies and get this. If you can't treat yourself on your birthday, when can you?


Happy Birthday, enjoy your meal
MCGONIS2 h, 16 m ago

THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into …THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into Marksies and get this. If you can't treat yourself on your birthday, when can you?


Happy Birthday. Have a great day. 🎂🎈
Thanks for the heads up, always decent value.
Thanks op - do love these deals though wish M&S could get a bit more creative with the veggie main options. I’m sure there’s only 3 that rotate every time this offer is on. Anybody got any idea what the non-alcoholic alternative is? (From seeing it in store?)...
MCGONIS2 h, 32 m ago

THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into …THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into Marksies and get this. If you can't treat yourself on your birthday, when can you?


Happy birthday! ^_^
dawyldthing8 h, 9 m ago

I'm hoping its on for Valentine's Day as want something like this before …I'm hoping its on for Valentine's Day as want something like this before going out for evening



They usually do but it is £20 with chocs and a starter I think.
scoffer17 m ago

They usually do but it is £20 with chocs and a starter I think.


I think then they change the wine to a sparkling one.
Darzen10 h, 3 m ago

Only stores with a restaurant I presume.Plus the wine option is only good …Only stores with a restaurant I presume.Plus the wine option is only good if you live close or are driven there.


I don't think they'll let you cook the food or drink the wine in the restaurant so the best bet would be to take it home and do that instead
ptdborth3 m ago

I don't think they'll let you cook the food or drink the wine in the …I don't think they'll let you cook the food or drink the wine in the restaurant so the best bet would be to take it home and do that instead


But it says dine in at M&S
Try and look to see if the single origin coffee is in the deal, worth more than the wine. A bag costs over a fiver.
MCGONIS6 h, 1 m ago

THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into …THANK YOU very much for posting this. I am 44 today so will go into Marksies and get this. If you can't treat yourself on your birthday, when can you?



Many Happy returns

Why not treat yourself to a 1Kg chocolate football from Morrisons ?
pa55word1236 m ago

Many Happy returnsWhy not treat yourself to a 1Kg chocolate football from …Many Happy returnsWhy not treat yourself to a 1Kg chocolate football from Morrisons ?


I see what you done there. I like it.
My bday was yesterday and I was 45.
The day after I’d been to M&S food hall last week I got a happy birthday here’s 10% off email. I went into M&S yesterday for my birthday tea and there were no meal deal offers on.
Thats my my life in a nutshell right there.
MCGONIS1 h, 30 m ago

I see what you done there. I like it.




I reached 65 last week on the 4th ! I get to collect my state pension but you youngsters will have to wait until 75 or even older before you can sit around moaning all day.
Darzen13 h, 13 m ago

Only stores with a restaurant I presume.Plus the wine option is only good …Only stores with a restaurant I presume.Plus the wine option is only good if you live close or are driven there.


You do realise that you buy meals and a bottle to take home and cook? Not actually eat at m&s
There are people on here complaining they are bored of it (so don’t buy it then?) & others who’ve never heard of it. Seriously?!
Anyway, my M&S had massive (260g) bags of giant chocolate buttons as a “dessert” 😬
smallandsweet2 h, 13 m ago

My bday was yesterday and I was 45. The day after I’d been to M&S food h …My bday was yesterday and I was 45. The day after I’d been to M&S food hall last week I got a happy birthday here’s 10% off email. I went into M&S yesterday for my birthday tea and there were no meal deal offers on. Thats my my life in a nutshell right there.



I got £5 off from M&S for me birthday one year.

But last year got zilch from them.
scoffer16 h, 15 m ago

They usually do but it is £20 with chocs and a starter I think.


Blimey, not much more than heading out lo
Cheap treat but expensive meal for two. That’s the way to look at this imo.
Not interested unless it has the option of cauliflower steaks! ;-)
MCGONIS13 h, 43 m ago

Rambling. Don't compare M&S to Iceland. Just don't.


What? They are both high street retailers that sell wine? I fail to understand how my comment is a problemo. I apologise if I hurt your upper class toff sensibilities. I will drink wine when and if I see fit in the full understanding that there is only so much scope to enjoy the bloody fermented red grape.

Don't be so rude, to me.
MCGONIS13 h, 43 m ago

Rambling. Don't compare M&S to Iceland. Just don't.

Zoea20 h, 23 m ago

Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 b …Is this £5 or whatever bottle really much better than an Iceland £3.33 bottle? I'm assuming yes, so. But what about the other bloody £5 for the other food? OK I will admit M&S is some of the better food on the high street but still. I think it's expensive to be honest even now for what it isignore my rambling by all means it's ok


m&s food is expensive, but it is so for a reason. i don't have refined taste and most fine food and drink just gets lost on me, (and i have had many fine food and drink, often at someone else's expense ) but this is actually a great value deal, even when you compare it to the bog standard high street supermarkets like sainsburys and tesco.

iceland food is bottom of the chain and even with my unrefined taste, where i actually prefer the taste of cheap food to expensive food normally, i don't eat food from iceland in the main as it doesn't taste great.

the menu in this offer is very good this time. i saw this when i was in my local this afternoon and was very tempted so may pick one up tomorrow.
mutley134 m ago

m&s food is expensive, but it is so for a reason. i don't have refined …m&s food is expensive, but it is so for a reason. i don't have refined taste and most fine food and drink just gets lost on me, (and i have had many fine food and drink, often at someone else's expense ) but this is actually a great value deal, even when you compare it to the bog standard high street supermarkets like sainsburys and tesco.iceland food is bottom of the chain and even with my unrefined taste, where i actually prefer the taste of cheap food to expensive food normally, i don't eat food from iceland in the main as it doesn't taste great.the menu in this offer is very good this time. i saw this when i was in my local this afternoon and was very tempted so may pick one up tomorrow.


Ok agreed. M&S have a decent enough focus on quality and this deal in particular is a pretty nice one. I don't however agree that all Iceland food is not good. You can get stuff like nice cheese, decent enough meat (steaks?), good cream and milk, and ok pizzas and crisps or whatever at pretty ok prices. Sure granted a loss of the mainly frozen foods are not really all that good (relative to an actual restaurant) but they are there for the small fish, like you can get a frozen meal for like £1 (as I have often) or a double + portion for not a lot more.

They are trying to fill the void with hearty 'ok' foods which have been value produced and the rest of the market. I don't admit that they are the best (Whole Foods may be this) but they are doing ok for the scope of what they do.

Anyhow I defy you to find a better offer than their Leffe or 3 for 10 wine. But I am an alcy (probably) so take that for what you wishies/.
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