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Morrisons introduces midweek dinners for under a fiver in its cafés

Morrisons is looking to help customers through the cost of living crisis by introducing a ‘meal of the day’ for under a fiver in its cafés… View Article

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Morrisons introduces midweek dinners for under a fiver in its cafés

Morrisons is looking to help customers through the cost of living crisis by introducing a ‘meal of the day’ for under a fiver in its cafés nationwide.

A ‘Daily Special’ will be available every weekday from 3pm with a discount saving of up to £3.89 on the individual product price.

The meals on offer will be rotated each day with customers able to choose from roast chicken served with chips and coleslaw, a chicken tikka masala, a 9-piece breakfast brunch, a cheeseburger served with chips and coleslaw, and a beer-battered fish and chip meal. The offer includes a drink and vegetarian alternatives.

Ali Lyons, head of Morrisons cafés, said: “We know how hard it is for our customers at the moment and we want to make sure they are still able to enjoy a meal out, even on a budget. We’ve handpicked these favourites so that no matter what day it is, our customers can enjoy a saving.”

Each meal will be priced at £4.99, which Morrisons said makes them cheaper than the same evening meals at Wetherspoons, Harvester and Beefeater. In addition, children can eat for free with the purchase of any adult meal.

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