M&S Dine In meal deal for two: top picks in the latest offer

A look at what's on offer in the latest M&S £12 Dine In meal deal, which is available in stores now.

A look at what's on offer in the latest M&S £12 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.

The food offer lets savvy shoppers choose a main, side, dessert and bottle of wine or non-alcoholic alternative for £12.

As regular readers might know, we like to let you know about any interesting new changes since the deal last ran.

So, let's take a look at what's on the menu in the latest meal deal.

What’s available in the M&S Dine In offer?

There are several new mains on the menu, including garlic and herb chicken, pork loin steaks and butternut and red onion en croutes, which replaced pork saltimbocca, rotisserie chicken and no-chicken kiev.

On the sides menu, potato rosti and carrot swede crush have been added, while Santini tomato salad has been removed.

The desserts menu has also been refreshed. Notable additions include bramley apple pie, New York vanilla cheesecake slices and fruity fiesta, which have replaced profiterole stack, passionfruit Swiss roll and tiramisu.

You can view the full menu below: for a more detailed description of each item, visit the Marks & Spencer Dine In page or simply use the store locator to find your nearest branch.

If you know someone who really loves the M&S meal deal, why not buy them an M&S Dine In gift card

M&S Dine In For Two sides (Image: M&S)

  • Rump steaks
  • Garlic and herb chicken
  • Soy and ginger salmon
  • Sage-crusted pork loin steaks with sage and apple butter
  • Gastropub creamy chicken, leek and smoked bacon pie
  • Moreish chicken pie with root veg topping
  • Pork and apple sausages with root veg crush
  • Lasagne al forno
  • Gastropub chicken in red wine
  • Gastropub butternut and red onion en croutes (V)

M&S Dine In For Two mains (Image: M&S)

  • Minted new potatoes (V)
  • Peas and carrots (V)
  • Parmesan and garlic rustic wheel
  • Frites (V)
  • Potato rosti (V)
  • Tenderstem broccoli (V)
  • Carrot and swede crush (V)

M&S Dine In Meal Deal for two (Image: Marks and Spencer)

  • Bramley apple pie
  • Strawberry jelly trifle (V)
  • Gastropub sticky toffee pudding
  • New York vanilla cheesecake slices (V)
  • Gastropub tarte au citron slices (V)
  • Plant Kitchen chocolate and cherry dessert pot (Ve)
  • Fruity fiesta (V)
  • Mini cheese selection (V)

Drinks

  • Gold Label rose
  • Cabernet sauvignon Gold Label
  • Gold Label chardonnay
  • Tapa Roja Monastrall
  • Tierra y Hombre sauvignon blanc
  • Sparkling British elderflower
  • Sparkling orange and mango presse
  • Sparkling Mexican lime
  • British blackberry elderflower presse

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 (19.9% representative APR)?

You'll even get a welcome bonus voucher worth £20 when you first spend on it.

Or you can get personalised offers 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?

Alternatives

If the latest offer simply isn't for you, you could always try the cheaper £10 Tesco Finest meal deal or the Co-op £5 frozen offer instead.

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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