The M&S Valentine’s Day Dine In meal deal will set you back £20. This year, it'll be available until 16 February.
Unfortunately, the M&S Valentine's Day meal deal won't be back until February 2020. If you're after a cheap meal deal, why not take a look at Tesco's £10 Finest offer?
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Marks & Spencer has replaced it’s normal Dine In meal deal with a special Valentine’s Day offer.
Unlike the traditional deal, which offers a side, main, dessert, and bottle of plonk, you’ll also get a starter and some heart-shaped chocolates (obviously) thrown into the mix.
Sadly, it’s also more expensive at £20, almost twice the normal Dine In offer price of £12.
The special is available in stores now and will run until Saturday (16 February).
Here’s a complete list of what’s on the menu for Valentine’s Day 2019.
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- Coquilles St Jacques
- Salmon & king prawn stacks
- Cheese & leek souffle tarts
- Gastropub camembert with chutney
- Gastropub runny Scotch egg
- Salmon, prawn & avocado starter
- Vegan sweet potato falafels
- Rump steaks with peppercorn sauce
- Pork shoulder with honey
- Sirloin steaks with ehart butter
- Gastropub beef Bourguignon
- 2 baked ricotta steaks
- Turkey paupiettes
- Butterflied seabass fillets
- Gastropub lamb shanks
- Valentine's heart peppercorn steak pies
- Gastropub chicken & prosciutto
- Roasted mushroom stroganoff
- Potato rosti
- Spinach, pea & samphire
- Garlic mushrooms
- Dauphinoise potatoes
- Tenderstem asparagus spears
- Cheantennay carrot & parsnips
- Asparagus extra fine
- Truffled cauliflower cheese
- Triple-cooked chips
- Parmesan mash
- Profiterole stacks
- 2 billionaires desserts
- Apple & almond slices
- Toffee tarts
- Twin heart chocolate dessert
- Vibrant macaroons
- Strawberries in heart-shaped punnet
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