A look at what's on offer in the latest M&S £12 Dine In meal deal, which runs from today (26 June) until 3 July.
The M&S Dine In meal deal has returned to stores across the UK from today.
Having remained at £10 for years, M&S sparked anger by hiking the price of its ever-popular food offer late last year to £12.
While the store told loveMONEY the price could be cut again in the future, it's been at £12 for so long now that it seems likely this is the new standard.
So is it still a good deal? Let's take a closer look at what you get in the latest offer.
But first, did you know you can earn points every time you buy anything from M&S with this credit card? You'll even get a welcome bonus worth £20 when you first spend on it. Or you can simply rack up loyalty points with the free Sparks reward scheme.
Know anyone who really loves the M&S meal deal? Why not buy them an M&S Dine In gift card?
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).
As regular readers might know, we like to give you an idea of the interesting new options on the menu, but to be honest we're struggling a little this time around!
After last month's popular barbecue-themed offer, M&S has returned to the classic meal deal options in June.
M&S meal deal regulars will be all-too-familiar with most of the items listed, with the slow-cooked beef and the peach roulade among the only interesting additions.
In terms of wine, M&S says that the options vary, so you should check in-store.
You can view the full menu below: for a more detailed description of each item, 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.
- Seabass fillets
- Chargrilled chicken and king prawn paella
- Gastropub seafood casserole
- Gastropub chicken in red wine
- Gastropub two butternut squash and goat’s cheese en croutes (V)
- Plant Kitchen roasted mushroom stroganoff (vegan)
- Slow-cooked peppered beef
- Red onion and fontal cheese pantofola (V)
- Santini tomato salad (V)
- Frites (V)
- Rosemary potatoes (V)
- Minted new potatoes (V)
- Tenderstem broccoli (V)
- Asparagus (V)
- New York vanilla cheescake slices (V)
- Profiterole stack (V)
- Strawberry jelly trifle (V)
- Peach roulade (V)
- Sapphire raspberries (V)
- Cheese selection(V)
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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