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M&S Dine In for £12 (Main / Side / Dessert / Drink )
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M&S Dine In for £12 (Main / Side / Dessert / Drink )

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Posted 24th Jun
Giving people a Heads-Up for the M&S Dine In For £12 Deal back on Wednesday 26th June.
Main, Side, Dessert & Beverage/Wine

Mains:
Seabass Fillets
Chargrilled Chicken & King Prawn Paella
Gastropub Seafood Casserole
Gastropub Butternut Squash & Goat's Cheese En Croutes
Plant Kitchen Roasted Mushroom Stroganoff
Slow-cooked Peppercorn Beef

Sides:
Red Onion & Fontal Cheese Pantofola
Santini Tomato Salad
Frites
Rosemary Potatoes
Minted New Potatoes
Tender-stem Broccoli
Asparagus

Desserts:
New York Vanilla Cheesecake Slices
Profiterole Stack
Strawberry Trifle
Peach Roulade
Sapphire Raspberries
Cheese Selection
Community Updates
  • MAINS
  • Seabass fillets With a cheddar and rosemary crumb

    Chargrilled chicken and king prawn paella Succulent chicken and prawns with rice, in a saffron-infused stock

    Gastropub seafood casserole Responsibly sourced Scottish salmon, prawns and scallops in a tangy tomato sauce

    Gastropub chicken in red wine Chicken breast in a red wine sauce, with bacon crumb and mushrooms

    Gastropub two butternut squash and goats' cheese en croutes (V)All-butter pastry stuffed with squash and cheese, topped with a crunchy pumpkin and sunflower seed crumb

    Plant Kitchen roasted mushroom stroganoff (VG)Vegan stroganoff with cauliflower rice

    Slow-cooked peppered beef With a rich peppercorn jus

  • SIDES
  • Red onion and fontal cheese pantofola (V)A slow-fermented dough topped with sweet red onions and fontal cheese and baked in a wood-fired oven

    Santini tomato salad (V)Santini tomatoes, lettuce and cucumber salad with a French-style dressing

    Frites (V)Seasoned potato fries

    Rosemary potatoes (V)With rosemary, parsley and roasted garlic

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

    Tenderstem broccoli (V) Extra-fine asparagus (V)
  • DESSERTS
  • New York vanilla cheescake slices (V)Creamy baked Madagascan vanilla cheesecake on a digestive biscuit base

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

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

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

    Sapphire raspberries (V) Cheese selection(V)Tangy Blacksticks Blue, full-flavoured farmhouse Red Leicester and creamy Lancashire


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not a tenner anymore?
iand12324/06/2019 21:40

not a tenner anymore?


Hasn't been for a long while now. Still good value though.
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not a tenner anymore?
iand12324/06/2019 21:40

not a tenner anymore?


Hasn't been for a long while now. Still good value though.
On the M&S website date there's a current deal 19th-25th June, so looks as if they might have extended it. We will have to see if thats the case, or there's a menu change.
iand12324/06/2019 21:40

not a tenner anymore?


Nope. Unless they reduce the thongs and you have a nice fish supper.
Good if they are including a starter and dessert. It's usually just a dessert.
scoffer125/06/2019 10:01

Good if they are including a starter and dessert. It's usually just a …Good if they are including a starter and dessert. It's usually just a dessert.


Fingers crossed! Although, to be fair, with the £12 Meal Deal, they've been including Starter and Dessert.
The_HUKD_Cookie_Monster:

Fingers crossed! Although, to be fair, with the £12 Meal Deal, they've been including Starter and Dessert.

Do you mean side? Not sure they have given starter and dessert for the £12 deal but I could be wrong.
On the Sparks card I have offers of £1 off gastro pub (3 choices) 50p off chilled desserts and 50p off prepared veg plus a free bag of sweets if you spend over £10

I do have to say though that the menu's appear to be going downhill since the days of good quality en croute gastropubs mains, and good quality pies, but perhaps they're saving those for the colder seasons?
Thoughtful26/06/2019 10:01

On the Sparks card I have offers of £1 off gastro pub (3 choices) 50p off …On the Sparks card I have offers of £1 off gastro pub (3 choices) 50p off chilled desserts and 50p off prepared veg plus a free bag of sweets if you spend over £10I do have to say though that the menu's appear to be going downhill since the days of good quality en croute gastropubs mains, and good quality pies, but perhaps they're saving those for the colder seasons?



The menu posted here does look a lot more summery rather than heavier winter food like pie. They also seem to be addressing the criticism that there wasn't enough vegan/veggie options with one of each now.
I'm still never sure if these are a great deal or not, £12 is a fair price really, it doesn't feel like a bargain, particularly when I wouldn't normally buy dessert.
jon81uk26/06/2019 10:20

The menu posted here does look a lot more summery rather than heavier …The menu posted here does look a lot more summery rather than heavier winter food like pie. They also seem to be addressing the criticism that there wasn't enough vegan/veggie options with one of each now.I'm still never sure if these are a great deal or not, £12 is a fair price really, it doesn't feel like a bargain, particularly when I wouldn't normally buy dessert.



£12 was OK when they had a choice of wines, but the awful raso muck is worthless if it's the only choice available.
no longer feels like the bargain it once was. £10 was the right price point to make me feel like I was getting value for money. Wish they would move it away from an end of an aisle as well...! Encourages some customers to become quite frantic....
Used to get a whole chicken as an option with these deals in the past..
mikeonuk25/06/2019 06:34

Nope. Unless they reduce the thongs and you have a nice fish supper.



Man, my sides hurt so much. I'm laughing so hard at this!
scoffer125/06/2019 10:01

Good if they are including a starter and dessert. It's usually just a …Good if they are including a starter and dessert. It's usually just a dessert.



Main / Side / Dessert / Drink
ukdoctor26/06/2019 11:28

Used to get a whole chicken as an option with these deals in the past..



The retail price of the chicken was similar to the price of most of the other options, although the chicken may appear better value as you get more meat, but there is less preparation done for you.
M & S closed down my branch, no longer in my life. Sparks card chopped up.
lucas26/06/2019 12:37

lol wtf?


Hi Lucas. Jus to explain, the above offer requires a MINIMUM SPEND, but I typically don't need much for my shopping, like do many others in the Buying Collective club on ibmd dot co dot uk forward slash forum. So what we do is, we instead shop together (physically or online) and we combine our shopping power to hit the minimum spend for the deals. For example, I only like the desert and another item from the above menu, so I find someone else in the club that likes the other items, and we shop together and save money and I only paid max the amount I was looking to spend, get more items, and we both save money as with the deal it turns out cheaper. The issue is typically buying enough to activate the deal, by co-shopping it's easily done
Thoughtful26/06/2019 10:01

On the Sparks card I have offers of £1 off gastro pub (3 choices) 50p off …On the Sparks card I have offers of £1 off gastro pub (3 choices) 50p off chilled desserts and 50p off prepared veg plus a free bag of sweets if you spend over £10I do have to say though that the menu's appear to be going downhill since the days of good quality en croute gastropubs mains, and good quality pies, but perhaps they're saving those for the colder seasons?


Also seem to have stopped offering the whole chicken, which I thought was the best value option.
leo.kameni26/06/2019 13:59

Hi Lucas. Jus to explain, the above offer requires a MINIMUM SPEND, but I …Hi Lucas. Jus to explain, the above offer requires a MINIMUM SPEND, but I typically don't need much for my shopping, like do many others in the Buying Collective club on ibmd dot co dot uk forward slash forum. So what we do is, we instead shop together (physically or online) and we combine our shopping power to hit the minimum spend for the deals. For example, I only like the desert and another item from the above menu, so I find someone else in the club that likes the other items, and we shop together and save money and I only paid max the amount I was looking to spend, get more items, and we both save money as with the deal it turns out cheaper. The issue is typically buying enough to activate the deal, by co-shopping it's easily done


Are you on a wind up? How you going to split an M&S meal deal with a random stranger?
lucas26/06/2019 14:05

Are you on a wind up? How you going to split an M&S meal deal with a …Are you on a wind up? How you going to split an M&S meal deal with a random stranger?


There is nothing random. It's entirely up to other users to see what they like and how to split the sharebuy
leo.kameni26/06/2019 14:06

There is nothing random. It's entirely up to other users to see what they …There is nothing random. It's entirely up to other users to see what they like and how to split the sharebuy


Dude that’s crazy talk, no one wants to share a meal deal with a stranger on the internet, especially when you’ve put dibs on the dessert
lucas26/06/2019 14:11

Dude that’s crazy talk, no one wants to share a meal deal with a stranger o …Dude that’s crazy talk, no one wants to share a meal deal with a stranger on the internet, especially when you’ve put dibs on the dessert


Anyway, join us on ibmd and users post about all types of vouchers. We are looking to grow the community
leo.kameni26/06/2019 14:12

Anyway, join us on ibmd and users post about all types of vouchers. We are …Anyway, join us on ibmd and users post about all types of vouchers. We are looking to grow the community


No way, sounds like a cult
jon81uk26/06/2019 12:18

The retail price of the chicken was similar to the price of most of the …The retail price of the chicken was similar to the price of most of the other options, although the chicken may appear better value as you get more meat, but there is less preparation done for you.


I would go for the better value bit . Most of the time it was roast in the bag anyway so all I had to do was to pop it in the oven.

They seem to be reducing the amount of protein in the deals( and carbs are always cheaper )
Edited by: "ukdoctor" 26th Jun
'Frites'. Lol.
ukdoctor26/06/2019 19:08

I would go for the better value bit . Most of the time it was roast in the …I would go for the better value bit . Most of the time it was roast in the bag anyway so all I had to do was to pop it in the oven. They seem to be reducing the amount of protein in the deals( and carbs are always cheaper )


I always did the same to be honest. Roast in the bag gives you some nice juice for gravy too.
FlangeNut12326/06/2019 11:45

Main / Side / Dessert / Drink


Some people think of the chips as a starter though...
scoffer125/06/2019 10:01

Good if they are including a starter and dessert. It's usually just a …Good if they are including a starter and dessert. It's usually just a dessert.


Agree with you. You use to have to choose a starter or desert with the dine in deal in the past. It’s worth £12 if you get a starter now. I know it will be a hot deal, but even at a tenner I thought the food was bland. I don’t usually eat ready made meals though. I would just normally get the chicken after trying all the other combinations. The millionaire or billionaire dessert was beautiful.

Shame they don’t do that anymore.
edinburgher26/06/2019 14:00

Also seem to have stopped offering the whole chicken, which I thought was …Also seem to have stopped offering the whole chicken, which I thought was the best value option.


Remember the millionaire or billionaire dessert that’s off aswell. The deal isn’t what it use to be.
Hungryhorris27/06/2019 07:40

Agree with you. You use to have to choose a starter or desert with the …Agree with you. You use to have to choose a starter or desert with the dine in deal in the past. It’s worth £12 if you get a starter now. I know it will be a hot deal, but even at a tenner I thought the food was bland. I don’t usually eat ready made meals though. I would just normally get the chicken after trying all the other combinations. The millionaire or billionaire dessert was beautiful. Shame they don’t do that anymore.


I’ve never known M&S offer a starter in the £10/12 deal, it was always main, side, dessert and wine. Only got starters in the £20 valentines and similar deals. I think Waitrose did have the option of starter or dessert when they offered this sort of deal, but they also were usually more expensive.
M&S has not offered a starter on these £10/£12 deals, it has always been Main/Side/Dessert/ Drink. I have not bought one for over a year now as they moved to the 'Gastropub' range which is poorer in my view
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