A look at what's on offer in the latest M&S £10 Dine In meal deal, which is available in stores now.
The ever-popular M&S Dine In meal deal is once again available across the UK with a new menu.
In January, we revealed M&S made a big change to its hugely popular Dine In meal deal.
The food offer previously let savvy shoppers pick up a main, side and dessert plus a bottle of wine or non-alcoholic alternative for £12, but M&S removed the drink option and changed the price to £10.
Long time M&S Dine In fans will remember that the offer was actually priced at £10 up until 2018, so M&S has now simply reverted to that price but removed the drink option.
Is the Dine In meal deal still good value?
Given the wine was worth around £7 on its own, there's no question the deal is less attractive to those who really enjoyed a tipple with their meal.
That said, the revised deal still works out cheaper than buying the items included in it separately. For example, getting a steak pie, triple cooked chips and a profiterole stack separately would set you back around £13.
If you want a bottle of wine (or non-alcoholic alternative) as part of a meal deal, you could try the Tesco Finest deal, which offers one side, main, dessert and drink for £10.
While Tesco’s deal offers less choice, you would get better value for money.
Latest M&S meal deal: full menu
As regular readers might know, we like to let you know about any interesting new changes since the M&S Dine In deal last ran.
There are now 17 mains available (up from 10) although chicken prosciutto and king prawn bucatini have been removed from the menu.
Among the new mains are roast duck a l’orange, pulled beef and porcini en croutes and roasted aubergine with mozzarella.
The sides menu now has five options (down from eight) with potato gratin dauphinoise and Boston beans among those removed, while ultimate mash has been added.
You can now choose between a dessert or a starter, which is a new feature of the Dine In deal.
There are now five dessert options (down from six). You can now get a mini cheese board selection, but chocolate tortes and apple crumble tarts are no longer available.
Below you can find the M&S Dine In deal in full or check out the dedicated page.
- Gastropub roast duck a l’orange
- Gastropub chicken kiev
- Our Best Ever steak pie
- Gastropub beef bourguignon
- Gastropub cottage pie
- Gastropub chicken, leek and bacon pie
- Gastropub chicken in red wine
- Gastropub king prawn and chargrilled chicken paella
- Our Best Ever beef lasagne
- Our Best Ever macaroni cheese (V)
- Gastropub fish pie
- Gastropub salmon en croute
- Gastropub beef stroganoff
- Gastropub roasted aubergine with mozzarella (V)
- Gastropub pulled beef and porcini en croutes
- Gastropub chicken pie-evs
- Gastropub shepherd’s pie
- Triple-cooked chips
- Ultimate mash (V)
- Truffle cauliflower cheese (V)
- Peas, spinach, spring greens and samphire (Ve)
- Glazed roasted carrots (V)
- Our Best Ever prawn cocktail
- Gastropub melting cheese with oatcakes (V)
- Gastropub duck croquettes
- Gastropub runny scotch eggs
- Profiterole stack (V)
- Gastropub tarte au citron slices (V)
- Gastropub chocolate melt-in-the-middle puddings (V)
- Gastropub sticky toffee pudding (V)
- Mini cheeseboard selection (V)
Get rewarded for your M&S shop
Did you know you can earn points every time you buy anything from M&S with the Reward Plus credit card (21.9% representative APR)?
Or you can get personalised offers with the free Sparks reward scheme.
If you're only interested in M&S offers, have a look at this roundup of all the top M&S meal deals so you'll know what to look out for in stores.
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.
Not an M&S regular? Head this way for our weekly round-up of the best supermarket deals from Aldi to Waitrose instead.
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