M&S fans, rejoice - their popular dine in for two is finally back!
First launched in 2008, the M&S Dine in meal deal has become the nation's favourite.
Since its conception, 100 million have been sold. Its popularity has increased as the desire for eating in effortlessly has increased as well as more people watching their wallets.
Now, 11 years later, M&S have announced that the iconic Dine In meal deal will run continuously for the first time ever.
Running until 17th December, shoppers can treat themselves to a main, side, desert and bottle of wine (or two soft drinks) for £12 on each visit to M&S. The meal deal is perfect for families or couples and gives the option to have a quick dinner that’s packs a healthy punch.
If you can’t wait to find out your choices before you go in-store, M&S have provided a menu online.
At the time of writing, M&S options mains include 2 sirloin steaks, gastropub cottage pie, chargrilled chicken and king prawn paella, and a vegan option of a roasted mushroom stroganoff.
Those with a sweet tooth will be pleased to see a billionaire’s dessert and a New York cheesecake on the offer. For those of you who usually opt-out of dessert there’s also the option of a cheese selection.
Worried your favourite meal won’t be hanging around for long? You can always stock up and freeze!
Remember though, menus will update regularly so you’ll have plenty of options and the combinations will be tantalising.
However, fans of the Rotisserie Chicken will be pleased to know that will always be an option.
After leaving university with a BSc in Food from the University of Birmingham, Samuel embarked on a career in teaching; he taught cookery to teenagers at secondary school level. At the weekends, he worked as a sous chef and assisted on food photography shoots during the holidays.
After 8 years as a teacher, he decided to concentrate fully on food writing. Nearly 15 years after he began his professional food career, his work has featured in national and international publications including Waitrose Food, Australian Delicious, and the LAD Bible Group. Samuel was also a nutritional consultant for BBC’s Eat Well for Less. Throughout his career he has specialised in recipe writing and he still loves to teach people how to cook (although he’s not quite as patient as he used to be!).
After travelling Europe searching for the best coffee shops, he landed the perfect role working across woman&home, Woman’s Weekly, Country Homes & Interiors, Livingetc, Homes & Gardens and GoodtoKnow. Along with the Test Kitchen team, he produces recipes and looks after the content for these magazines and websites and others in the Future portfolio.
Away from Future, Samuel is also Co-Vice Chair of the Guild of Food Writers and a Trustee of 91 Ways CIC. He can usually be found binge-watching TV shows, wandering a museum or escaping the city for greener and sunnier climates. He also dreams of buying a run-down Italian villa and turning it into a cookery school in the sun.
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