M&S Mother’s Day £20 Dine In meal deal: what’s on offer

M&S Mother’s Day £20 Dine In meal deal: what’s on offer

The M&S Mother’s Day Dine In Family meal deal will be available until 27 March and set you back £20. Here's what you can get in the food offer.

Lisa-Marie Voneshen

Saving and Making Money

Lisa-Marie Voneshen
Updated on 24 March 2022

Marks & Spencer has launched its Mother’s Day Dine In meal deal, which will be available in stores until 27 March.

While it’s more expensive than the £12 Dine In deal, this offer is for four people, instead of two. Under this deal, you get a roasting joint, three sides and a sharing dessert.

It doesn’t come with any wine or chocolates like the £20 Valentine’s Day Dine In deal, but M&S says it's up to £13.50 cheaper than buying the items separately.

Below is a complete list of what’s on the menu, or you can take a look at this dedicated M&S page.

Ardent M&S fan? Take a look at our roundup of every M&S meal deal offer so you'll know what to keep an eye out for when you're next in-store.

Main dishes header. (Image: M&S)

  • Full-on-flavour roast chicken
  • Slow-cooked lamb shoulder
  • Diamond-scored French-trimmed rib of roast pork
  • Beef rump with butter
  • Salmon joint stuffed with leeks and cheese
  • Vegan roasting joint (Ve)

Sides header. (Image: M&S)

  • Roast potatoes
  • Garlic and herb Hasselback potatoes (V)
  • Buttery mashed potato (V)
  • Beef dripping Yorkshire puddings
  • Braised red cabbage with Bramley apples (Ve)
  • Broccoli, carrot, baby corn and fine beans (V)
  • Cheesy green vegetable bake (V)
  • Honey and orange-glazed carrots (V)
  • Outdoor-bred pigs in blankets
  • Pork, sage and onion stuffing
  • Bread sauce (V)
  • Meat gravy

Desserts header. (Image: M&S)

  • Hot chocolate fudge pudding (V)
  • Sticky toffee pudding (V)
  • Raspberry jam sponge pudding (V)
  • Apple pie (V)
  • Key lime pie (V)
  • Raspberry jelly terrine (Ve)

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