Who said a trip to IKEA is just for furniture?
This month, IKEA is back with their menu switcheroo, just in time for the school holidays.
So here’s everything that is new on the menu at IKEA Alexandra.
Start your day early and fresh with breakfast at IKEA Alexandra from 9am to 11am.
Coming to the menu are the Mini Croissant Breakfast Set ($5) and the fluffy Pancake Breakfast Set ($5). These two sets alternate each week, while stocks last.
The Mini Croissant Breakfast Set is available from 2 June while the fluffy Pancake Breakfast Set will be available from 5 June.
For those who prefer a lighter breakfast, you can opt for the Salmon Croissant ($2.50) that is available daily.
Local Breakfast Every Day of the Week
Western breakfast not really your thing?
Check out the different local breakfast dishes ($2.50) that rotate every day of the week.
- Monday: Been Hoon Soto
- Tuesday: Chicken Hor Fun
- Wednesday: Mee Siam
- Thursday: Lor Mee
- Friday: Mee Rebus
- Saturday: Fried Carrot Cake
- Sunday: Vegetarian Bee Hoon
The local breakfast will be available from 10am to 11.30am daily.
Kids Eat Free
Now that school is out, there is something for the young ones too.
With every main meal purchased from the regular adult menu, your child gets to eat for free from a selection of Kids Meatball, Kids Plant Balls or Kids Pasta.
This promotion is for dine-in guests who are IKEA Family members and is available from 1 to 12 June only at IKEA Alexandra.
While your kids get to eat for free, you too can dig into a scrumptious plate of Chicken Chop with Mashed Potato and Mixed Vegetables with a side of a cold drink ($5.50) available only from 11am to 3pm.
Can’t complete the meal without a sweet treat?
Try the Cheese Tart and Chocolate Hazelnut Muffin ($3.50) which is available from 3pm to 5pm.
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IKEA Family Product Offers
After all that eating, you’ll definitely need to take a walk, so why not check out these latest product offers?
From 1 to 12 June, IKEA Alexandra is having a promotion on a selected range of products, exclusively for IKEA Family members.
The ALEFJÄLL office chair ($199) is made of genuine grain leather and has an adjustable seat and backrest, giving you maximum comfort and support regardless of your height.
If you need just a bit of extra space for accessories, the RÅSKOG trolley ($39) is exactly what you need. Built with four castors, you can easily move the trolley to fit in various spaces such as your kitchen or bathroom.
For the kids, the MÅLA Easel ($29.90) will let them unleash their inner artist as this easel has a black chalkboard on one side and a whiteboard on the other — perfect for creating and learning.
The simple design of the KALLAX shelving unit ($69) allows you it to place it standing or lying down making it an adaptable piece of furniture that can adapt to your needs.
Activities for the Little Ones
While the parents are on a shopping run, IKEA Alexandra has launched multiple activities to keep the children occupied.
Located around the store, you will find seven different digital play stations and some of the key highlights include styling your own treehouse, catch the fish, embark on a mission in the forest and more.
To top it off, IKEA is bringing fun to your little ones with a Balloon Sculpting station and Arts and Crafts Workshop.
From 11 to 12 June between 11am to 1pm, your kids can take part in a workshop to make their very own coasters out of recycled magazines and newspapers — a fun way for them to learn about upcycling with everyday items.
IKEA will also be having a live balloon sculpting station at the Children’s department from 11 to 12 June from 12pm to 2pm for families dining in the Swedish Restaurant!
From now till 31 August 2022, IKEA Alexandra will be open every Sunday to Thursday from 10am to 10pm, and Friday to Saturday from 10am to 11pm.
So don’t miss out on these limited time offers!
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