It's back again! Chinese meal deal for £10 at Marks & Spencer
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It's back again! Chinese meal deal for £10 at Marks & Spencer

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LocalFound 3rd May 2017
Visit your local M&S store to enjoy this delicious offer

Our Chinese Takeaway deal is only available in store and products may vary by store. Browse the menu below, then head to your local M&S to find your selection - TWO mains and THREE sides (no wine unfortunately but still a very good offer IMO) - don't be misled by the date on the website - have checked and it's available from today until next Tuesday - also check your sparks offers - I have 20% off Chinese meals on mine but it expires today so off to M&S to see if the offer stacks.

MAINS
Chicken fillets with sweet & sour sauce
Whole battered mini chicken fillets with a sweet & sour sauce, fresh pineapple and red peppers
Chicken chow mein
Egg noodles with fresh vegetables and chargrilled chicken breast in a dark soy & shaoxing rice wine sauce
Sticky chilli chicken
Whole battered mini chicken fillets with an aromatic sweet chilli dipping sauce
Beef and black bean
Wok-fried beef in a rich black bean sauce with red peppers and water chestnuts
Crispy prawns with sweet chilli sauce
Succulent, lightly battered prawns with an aromatic sweet chilli dipping sauce
Crispy lemon chicken
Whole battered mini chicken fillets with a fresh & tangy sauce
Char siu roast pork
Tender slices of slow-roasted char siu glazed pork in an aromatic BBQ sauce with water chestnuts, red peppers and pak choi
Crispy chilli beef
Lightly battered beef strips with an aromatic sweet chilli sauce
Singapore noodles
Fine rice noodles with tender chicken, pork, free-range egg and prawns in a spicy coconut curry sauce
Hoisin duck noodles
Egg noodles with succulent strips of slow-roasted duck in a rich hoisin sauce finished with fresh pak choi
Firecracker chicken
Battered chicken breast pieces in a hot & sour sauce with dried red chillies and vegetables
SIDES

Egg fried rice (V)
Wok-fried rice with free-range egg and peas
Mini spare ribs
Slow-cooked pork ribs smothered in a sweet, sticky soy & shaoxing wine sauce
Duck spring rolls
Layers of crispy pastry filled with aromatic duck, oriental vegetables and hoisin sauce
Egg noodles with wok-fried beansprouts (V)
In a soy and sesame dressing
Vegetable spring solls (V)
Layers of crispy pastry filled with beansprouts, carrots, edamame, water chestnuts and noodles
Prawn siu mai selection
Classic Chinese steamed dumplings hand-filled with juicy prawn and mushroom
Steamed prawn dim sum
Handmade steamed rice dumplings filled with tiger prawns and oriental vegetables
Oriental starter selection
Two prawn wontons, two vegetable spring rolls and two vegetable money bags
Crispy vegetable rolls (V)
Two wok-fried sweetcorn spring rolls, two chilli mushroom spring rolls and two vegetable spring rolls
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2 mains and 3 sides, it's a good variation to the usual 3 mains for £10
The M&S Stir Fry are really really good.
let me know if the offer stacks with the sparks card please so I can head over today. Thanks
jane_crabtree

let me know if the offer stacks with the sparks card please so I can head … let me know if the offer stacks with the sparks card please so I can head over today. Thanks



I have had a 20% off Chinese sides offer on my Sparks card when this £10 offer has been on and they do stack but the discount takes the multibuy into account.

When you do the £10 meal deal, depending on what you pick, the sides get discounted by the till although you don't see the individual discounts on the receipt just the overall discount. So a £2 side might end up being something like £1.40p each as part of the multibuy.

The Sparks offer will give you 20% off the £1.40p prices (or whatever the till decides is the discount price).

I suppose any further discount is a bonus



Edited by: "bemad" 3rd May 2017
bemad

I have had a 20% off Chinese sides offer on my Sparks card when this £10 … I have had a 20% off Chinese sides offer on my Sparks card when this £10 offer has been on and they do stack but the discount takes the multibuy into account.When you do the £10 meal deal, depending on what you pick, the sides get discounted by the till although you don't see the individual discounts on the receipt just the overall discount. So three £2.50 mains might end up being something like £1.40p each.The Sparks offer will give you 20% off the £1.40p prices (or whatever the till decides is the discount price).I suppose any further discount is a bonus



​great, thank you
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jane_crabtree

let me know if the offer stacks with the sparks card please so I can head … let me know if the offer stacks with the sparks card please so I can head over today. Thanks



It did. In m and s now and just saved an extra £1.75 so £8.25 for the deal.
Is it a succulent chinese meal? I don't recognise whatever the name of the dish he's offering to the driver mai lim peenars?
scoffer1

It did. In m and s now and just saved an extra £1.75 so £8.25 for the d … It did. In m and s now and just saved an extra £1.75 so £8.25 for the deal.



That's a good discount!

I must have chosen the cheaper sides (usually go for the £2.50 spring rolls or the £2.00 noodles as I find these tastier).

If you go for the steamed parcels/spare ribs it must be a better Sparks discount.
Edited by: "bemad" 3rd May 2017
Not as good as the city chicken from city wok
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bemad

That's a good discount!I must have chosen the cheaper sides (usually go … That's a good discount!I must have chosen the cheaper sides (usually go for the £2.50 spring rolls or the £2.00 noodles as I find these tastier).If you go for the steamed parcels/spare ribs it must be a better Sparks discount.


My discount offer was on meals and it said excluded sides - they seem to give different offers to different sparks cards.
scoffer1

My discount offer was on meals and it said excluded sides - they seem to … My discount offer was on meals and it said excluded sides - they seem to give different offers to different sparks cards.




That makes sense! Yes mine was on Sides rather than mains. Trust it to end today.

New offers tomorrow so hopefully will get the Mains one though doubt it as they tend to do clothing after doing a food one
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bemad

That makes sense! Yes mine was on Sides rather than mains. Trust it to … That makes sense! Yes mine was on Sides rather than mains. Trust it to end today.New offers tomorrow so hopefully will get the Mains one though doubt it as they tend to do clothing after doing a food one



Yes they do - be much better if they mixed the clothing and food so we always had a choice but probably a better business model to do it as they do!
Bummer,they took my 20% off Chinese meals off my sparks account!
No mains for vegetarians AGAIN. Cold for me.
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scunny

No mains for vegetarians AGAIN. Cold for me.


Thanks for saying why you have voted cold - wish everyone who votes cold on deals would do the same - and if I were M&S management I would make sure vegetarian choices were available - sadly I'm not
Sodding useless for vegetarians!
Lovely
scunny

No mains for vegetarians AGAIN. Cold for me.



what do you expect for a cat and dog loving nation
Had a look today and it's really not that great. far better to get a 'meal for 2' from your local chinese IMHO. It might be a few quid more but you will get lots more food. If it had wine then it would be o.k.

The usual meal deal is meal for 2, side and pudding plus wine so this doesn't seem great value to me, not voting either way.
Our local Chinese takeaways charge £20 plus for their meals for 2 deals so I guess it depends where you live. Round here it's a good deal despite the prawn toasts not being included :-(
I bet there would be more food though, these just didn't look like much food for a tenner
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