If you want to take advantage of the latest M&S £12 Dine In meal deal, you'll need to act fast as the offer ends today (29 January).
There's no M&S Dine In meal deal this week (04 February) as the company is promoting it's pricier Valentine's Day offer instead. Not a fan? why not check out the cheaper £10 Tesco Finest meal deal or Asda Extra Special options or, if you're on a budget, the £5 Asda meal deal instead?
Anyone looking to take advantage of the latest M&S Dine In meal deal will need to act fast, as the offer ends today (29 January).
Once again, the deal is priced at £12 although there are a couple of new additions to the menu.
Having remained at £10 for years, M&S sparked anger recently by hiking the price, although the store has suggested the price could be revised again in the future.
M&S told loveMONEY that "each month the theme and offer will change, inspiring and allowing customers to discover great quality, innovative new products and to try something new for dinner."
Is it still worth it? Let's take a closer look at what you get in the latest offer.
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What’s available in the M&S Dine In offer?
You can pick a main, side dish, dessert and a bottle of wine (or non-alcoholic alternative) for your £12.
As regular readers might know, we like to give you an idea of the interesting new options on the menu.
Starting with mains, the paprika-rubbed pork medallions with tomato & sherry butter and the seabass fillets with cheddar & rosemary crumb both sound tasty.
There are some delicious-sounding sides, too, with potato gratin dauphinoise and Santini tomato salad as new additions.
For dessert, the Dutch apple tarts are an enticing option, while a strawberry jelly trifle will please fans of the traditional dessert.
Those avoiding meat might not be so impressed by the selection, though – there’s just one main dish available for them, the mushroom stroganoff (which is also vegan).
M&S also mentions that Made Without options are available, though you’ll need to check in-store.
You can view the full list below. In terms of wine, M&S says that the options vary, so you should check in-store.
For more information, visit the Marks & Spencer Dine In page.
And finally, if you're looking for even more inspiration and variety, head over to our sister site loveFOOD for loads of amazing-yet-simple recipes.
- Rotisserie chicken
- Gastropub 2 chicken and ham en croutes
- 2 Paprika rubbed pork medallions
- Gastropub fish fie
- 2 Chimichurri beef steaks
- Gastropub chicken in red wine
- Gastropub cottage pie
- Seabass fillets
- Vegan roasted mushroom stroganoff
- Rosemary potatoes
- Garlic mushrooms
- Fine green beans
- Santini tomato salad
- Potato gratin dauphinoise
- Red cabbage
- Profiterole stack
- 2 dutch apple tarts
- Strawberry jelly trifle
- New York vanilla cheesecake
- Cheese selection
- Fruity fiesta
Not an M&S regular? Why not head this way for our weekly round-up of the best supermarket deals from Aldi to Waitrose instead.
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