We blogged about Ikea’s $1 breakfast here. This time, I’m going to blog about other menu items offered by Ikea Restaurant & Cafe.
Polly, Ching Ching and I brought our kids to the Zone for bowling during the spring break. After bowling, we went to Ikea Restaurant & Cafe for a late lunch. The restaurant is always busy as usual.
Nanzaro and I shared the Swedish Meat Balls combo which consist of 10 Swedish meatballs served with boiled potatoes, cream sauce and lingoberry jam.
The combo also comes with a kind of like Minestrone soup. This combo costs less than $6 (cant recall the exact price).
Arkensen ordered Fish and Chips which costs $4.99. It comes with two pieces of fish, crispy on outside and moist inside. Arkensen likes it.
Polly’s twin girls ordered some kids meals which cost only $1.99 each. One of them is Macaroni and Cheese with Fries. The other ordered a pasta.
I ordered a piece of their signature dessert (cant recall the name). This dessert is also sold in Ikea’s groceries section where you find the cookies, meatballs, jam, etc. This costs only 99cents and it comes with a coffee with unlimited refills.
It’s good to have a quick bite in Ikea Restaurant & Cafe while you are shopping there.