We’ve gathered all the Valentine’s dine-in deals across popular supermarkets to help you and your loved ones celebrate without breaking the bank.
As February 14th, the most romantic day of the year is approaching fast, deciding what and where to eat is proven a challenge. So, if you’re stuck because you’ve spent your budget on a gift for your loved one, then here’s a dine-in alternative to a pricey restaurant.
This popular supermarket is offering a Valentine’s meal deal for the small price of £20 across selected stores for a limited time. Not only are there a wide variety of products to choose from, but you can create your very own combination.
This deal includes:
- Two mains
- Any side
- A half bottle of champagne or a full bottle of wine or prosecco or a non-alcoholic alternative
Every year, Marks & Spencer release their dine-in special for Valentine’s day. It may be the pricier deal compared to other supermarkets but it’s definitely worth it. After previously trying their dine-in deals, I would definitely recommend it! You get restaurant quality food for just £20.
A choice of starters, including camembert, prawn cocktail, falafels and other tasty dishes.
- Box of chocolates
- A bottle of drink
If you’re wanting to indulge and impress a loved one without spending too much, then Asda may be the way to go. Including 3 courses from their extra-special range, with vegan options, you can’t go wrong! For only £15 you can tuck into a Main, starter, side and a dessert, plus a bottle of drink.
Iceland are currently offering Gino D’Acampo products plus a bottle of wine for just £10. From mussels to aubergine dishes, they are offering a wide range of meat and veggie dishes to choose from. However, if you are fancying more of a simple favourite, they also have flatbreads and pizzas to choose from.
Popular budget supermarket Aldi are offering a dine-in deal including a wide variety of starters, mains and desserts to help you impress on the most romantic day of the year. Not only are there a range of starters, mains and desserts, but you can buy heart-shaped pancakes. However, the price varies depending on what items you pick from the range, but definitely still an affordable alternative to a restaurant.