MORRISONS Cafe sells Christmas dinners with all the trimmings for just £ 5 – and the kids eat for free.
The supermarket today unveiled its café’s festive menu, which includes inexpensive roast and other Christmas goodies.
Children can eat free for every adult meal purchased for over £ 4.50.
Morrisons shoppers can treat themselves to Christmas afternoon tea – which costs £ 12 for two.
The offer includes a selection of sandwiches, cakes and sour cream tarts served with Yorkshire tea.
There’s also a blanket pig sandwich for £ 2.95 and a new brie and cranberry toast on the menu.
If you’re looking for something a little lighter, there’s also a festive parsnip soup that comes with a ciabatta roll and butter for £ 3.
The supermarket launched a £ 5 “Chickmas” burger – a fried southern chicken fillet with brie and cranberry sauce in a brioche bun with coleslaw and fries.
For dessert there’s a classic Christmas pudding with custard for £ 3.
Morrisons Cafe Manager Ali Lyons said: “We know customers are embracing Christmas early this year, so we hope this menu delivers all the flavor of Christmas without breaking the bank.”
In addition to the Christmas specials, Morrisons is slashing the prices of other main courses, including their beef burger, chicken burger and steak pie to £ 5.
You can find your nearest Morrisons cafe online.
You can also check the hours of operation using the store finder as they are subject to change as Christmas approaches.
If you’re looking for more festive options, check out our list of Christmas menus at top pub and restaurant chains.
Wetherspoons has a brie and bacon burger up for grabs and McDonald’s sells a crisp and festive chicken burger.
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