Dine in for £10 - Main, Side, Dessert and Wine - Instore Food Offer Back 8th -15th August
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Dine in for £10 - Main, Side, Dessert and Wine - Instore Food Offer Back 8th -15th August

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Found 8th Aug 2017Edited by:"scoffer1"
I know M&S seem to run this offer every two to three weeks but hope it helps those, who like me, like to know when it's on before heading to M&S!
MAINS
Sage crusted pork chops -Two British outdoor-bred pork loin steaks with a sage and onion crust

Gastropub 2 chicken & ham en croutes - With a pulled ham, cider, leek and cheese sauce in butter puff pastry

Southern fried chicken tenders - Chicken breast fillets in a southern-fried-style herb and spice crumb coating

Gastropub steak lasagne - Slow-cooked beef and red wine sauce layered with pasta and topped with cheese

Cook Menu chicken lemon & parmesan - With smoked bacon, cherry tomatoes and spinach

Lemon & thyme whole chicken - British Oakham chicken seasoned with a lemon-flavoured baste, lemon peel and herb sprinkles

Chargrilled chicken patatas bravas -with smoky tomato and sunblush pepper sauce and aioli

Made Without Wheat beef lasagne (GF) - Layers of Italian gluten-free pasta sheets between beef ragu topped with béchamel sauce and cheese

4 chilli & coriander chicken escalopes - A Middle Eastern-inspired recipe, fresh and fragrant with chilli, coriander & turmeric-marinated chicken breasts. Ready to eat hot or cold

Scottish Lochmuir 2 salmon fillets - Responsibly sourced salmon is naturally rich in Omega 3. This fish is medium in flavour and has a large flaking, succulent texture

Vegetable pasta melt (V) - Pasta, broccoli and petits pois in a tomato sauce, topped with a cheese and spinach sauce

Gastropub gammon shanks - With a rich, fruity orange and cranberry sauce

2 Slow cooked duck legs - Rubbed with sea salt and black pepper, slow cooked until falling off the bone, and served with a port and orange sauce

SIDES

Mediterranean vegetables (V) -Peppers, onions, courgettes and tomatoes with a basil dressing

Potato croquettes (V) - Mashed potato coated in breadcrumbs

Ultimate garlic baguette (V) - Made using a slowly fermented dough baked in a stonebed oven and filled with a vibrant green parsley, shallot and garlic butter

Carrot & swede crush (V) - Carrot and swede crushed with butter and seasoning

Coleslaw & potato Salad (V)

Boston beans (V)

Baby new potatoes (V)

Potato rosti (V) -potato cakes made with shredded potato, onions and seasoning

Sweet & crunchy salad (V) - Broccoli, carrot, courgette and fine beans (V)

Garlic mushrooms (V) - With soft cheese topped with breadcrumbs

Minted new potatoes (V) - With butter, chives, parsley and mint

Crispy potato wedges (V)


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

Strawberry jelly trifle (V) - Strawberries in strawberry jelly layered with sponge, creamy custard and whipped cream

2 Cherry & pistachio tarts (V) - Filled with cherry compote, almond frangipane and pistachio nuts

2 Coffee & mascarpone slices - Layers of coffee and marsala-soaked sponge with marsala custard, dark chocolate and mascarpone cream

Peach roulade (V) - A beautifully patterned moist sponge filled with whipping cream and peach fruit sauce

6 zesty orange profiteroles (V) -Golden choux pastries filled with an orange-infused crème patissiere,topped with a white chocolate and orange flavoured fondant, glaze


Lemon and ricotta cheesecake slices (V) - Sicilian lemon and ricotta baked cheesecakes on a digestive biscuit base topped with a Sicilian lemon glaze

Cherries (V)

Cheese selection* (V)

Profiterole stack (V) - Delicate choux pastries filled with fresh cream and layered with rich chocolate sauce


A selection of ice creams




Don't forget to visit the freezer section



WINE AND DRINKS
Products may vary. Wine or non-alcoholic options available. See in store for details
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Thanks. Knowing in advance that the veggie option is rubbish means I don't have to waste time looking!
PsychoSonny22 m ago

You can bet that same £30 spent elsewhere would have gotten you more.It's …You can bet that same £30 spent elsewhere would have gotten you more.It's all heavily overpriced ready meals.You don't even want to know how much that wine costs to buy in either that they include.


There is a quantity/quality argument here. I got 8 bottles of good quality beer and cider and two whole chickens, not to mention everything else I got. I'm happy.
I'm sure I could go to Farmfoods or Iceland and buy a whole lot more food for that money but would it be of the same quality? I very much doubt it. ^_^
freccle38 m ago

are there any workarounds to get better value?

Yea, you can steal it.
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Thanks. Knowing in advance that the veggie option is rubbish means I don't have to waste time looking!
Is this not just a semi-permanent offer??
The last meal deal weekend, I got nearly £80 worth of food and drink for £30, the manager was cowering in the corner whimpering "not the face, not the face"... ^_~
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copplehead22 m ago

Is this not just a semi-permanent offer??



They often have a deal on but it can vary - last week was Prosecco and Pizza. One week they had two sides with no dessert but it is usually repeated like this one every 2-3 weeks - always a good deal in my opinion - especially if Puglia wine is included in the deal.
Someday M&S will have something I can spend my mountain of vouchers on. Someday......................
logabex40 m ago

Thanks. Knowing in advance that the veggie option is rubbish means I don't …Thanks. Knowing in advance that the veggie option is rubbish means I don't have to waste time looking!



Me to their veggie option is rubbish just like most of the rest of the food they sell now, this is in part due to change of suppliers for the food ranges they sell. I will not pay their prices for the rubbish quality food they sell now
Cybirea36 m ago

The last meal deal weekend, I got nearly £80 worth of food and drink for …The last meal deal weekend, I got nearly £80 worth of food and drink for £30, the manager was cowering in the corner whimpering "not the face, not the face"... ^_~


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Cybirea48 m ago

The last meal deal weekend, I got nearly £80 worth of food and drink for …The last meal deal weekend, I got nearly £80 worth of food and drink for £30, the manager was cowering in the corner whimpering "not the face, not the face"... ^_~


You can bet that same £30 spent elsewhere would have gotten you more.

It's all heavily overpriced ready meals.

You don't even want to know how much that wine costs to buy in either that they include.
No Rotisserie chicken.
PsychoSonny22 m ago

You can bet that same £30 spent elsewhere would have gotten you more.It's …You can bet that same £30 spent elsewhere would have gotten you more.It's all heavily overpriced ready meals.You don't even want to know how much that wine costs to buy in either that they include.


There is a quantity/quality argument here. I got 8 bottles of good quality beer and cider and two whole chickens, not to mention everything else I got. I'm happy.
I'm sure I could go to Farmfoods or Iceland and buy a whole lot more food for that money but would it be of the same quality? I very much doubt it. ^_^
are there any workarounds to get better value?
freccle38 m ago

are there any workarounds to get better value?

Yea, you can steal it.
....or wait for some of it to inevitably appear in the 'reduced' section.

That's certainly what I do.
2 ales also included in deal
ses6jwg11 m ago

2 ales also included in deal


Never has a profile picture matched a comment so well.
freccle2 h, 0 m ago

are there any workarounds to get better value?


If the 4 for the price of three on beers and ciders is on, you can buy two meal deals with 4 bottles of beer and cider and get £2.50 off , so two meal deals for £17.50.
I'll wait until they update the deals on my Sparks card and see if there's anymore combinations that I can use.
Cybirea3 h, 16 m ago

There is a quantity/quality argument here. I got 8 bottles of good quality …There is a quantity/quality argument here. I got 8 bottles of good quality beer and cider and two whole chickens, not to mention everything else I got. I'm happy.I'm sure I could go to Farmfoods or Iceland and buy a whole lot more food for that money but would it be of the same quality? I very much doubt it. ^_^


If you want quality then musclefoods is cheaper and better for meat than m & s.

Again quality beers can be had cheap pretty much anywhere when on offer.

M & S is extortionate and mainly ready made food. You can buy quality raw ingredients elsewhere and make it yourself for a lot less
I keep buying these but the wine is mounting up as neither of us drink it..good to see beer is on
I wish that they still published details of the wines available - my store only seems to put out about three different ones and they all seem to be quite nasty which has put me off getting the deal. At least before you could get a bottle from the normal wine section if you knew what was supposed to be part of the deal.
BlackCatzToy11 m ago

I wish that they still published details of the wines available - my store …I wish that they still published details of the wines available - my store only seems to put out about three different ones and they all seem to be quite nasty which has put me off getting the deal. At least before you could get a bottle from the normal wine section if you knew what was supposed to be part of the deal.


Last week when the pizza and prosecco deal was on I noticed there were other wines labeled as in the deal in the wine aisle, failing that ask customer services which ones are included as they never seem to put the slightly better ones out by the fridges.

Over the past couple of deals there's not been much I like in the deal, fingers crossed the lasagne al forno and the cottage pie come back soon as they're great meals that can be cooked from the freezer when you forget to take something out to defrost in the morning.
kooks6511 m ago

Last week when the pizza and prosecco deal was on I noticed there were …Last week when the pizza and prosecco deal was on I noticed there were other wines labeled as in the deal in the wine aisle, failing that ask customer services which ones are included as they never seem to put the slightly better ones out by the fridges. Over the past couple of deals there's not been much I like in the deal, fingers crossed the lasagne al forno and the cottage pie come back soon as they're great meals that can be cooked from the freezer when you forget to take something out to defrost in the morning.



Cheers - will check the wine aisle out for labels next time.
Cybirea6 h, 21 m ago

The last meal deal weekend, I got nearly £80 worth of food and drink for …The last meal deal weekend, I got nearly £80 worth of food and drink for £30, the manager was cowering in the corner whimpering "not the face, not the face"... ^_~


There's a difference, though, between a genuine £80 worth of food and £80 worth of food at artificially inflated M&S prices designed to appear on your till receipt and make you think you've saved £50.
PsychoSonny8th Aug

You can bet that same £30 spent elsewhere would have gotten you more.It's …You can bet that same £30 spent elsewhere would have gotten you more.It's all heavily overpriced ready meals.You don't even want to know how much that wine costs to buy in either that they include.


Donegal Place are including rump steaks and plain chicken in this dine in. I got these, cheese, cherries, green beans and mixed veg. None of these are ready meals. They are all excellent quality and with 2 bottle of wine, great value. I am so fed up of people whining about the wine quality on here. It's free people! If you are expecting M & S to give you vintage wines you are living in cloud cuckoo land. These are the types of people who would have asked for chips at the Last Supper and then complained they could have made better at home. Thanks OP, I'm always glad to be reminded about the deal.
Crown carveries £3.99 each for a small carvery. You can have as much veg as you want and the meat portion is the same. Just the plate is smaller!
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