Here’s IKEA Restaurants’ New Menu When They Reopen on 29 June

As Singapore shifts out of its Circuit Breaker phase, eateries all around the island have once again begun operations in earnest.

But while some have opened ahead of time, others have left consumers hanging for dear life…

Like IKEA.

Image: www.memecreator.org

But it seems that the wait is finally over, as IKEA Restaurant has announced that…

It will be opening its doors to the public this 29 June!

Image: Gfycat

And honestly, what better way to hype up your impending trip, than to take an extensive look into their re-brandished menu?

Without further ado, let’s check it out.

Here’s IKEA Restaurants’ New Menu When They Reopen on 29 June

IKEA Restaurant might be opening soon, but like many eateries before it, the restaurant will have to observe certain rules and regulations, including circumstantial safety measures.

For instance, IKEA restaurant will not be able to operate its soft drink and coffee machine/dispenser for the time being. Instead, bottled, can and packet beverages will be available for consumption.

The condiment station will also not be opening to the public. Packeted chilli and ketchup will be provided upon request.

IKEA Family food promotions will be unavailable for the time being.

Meanwhile, certain changes have also been made to their menu.

Follow us on Telegram for more informative & easy-to-read articles, or download the Goody Feed app for articles you can’t find on Facebook!

IKEA Breakfast Menu

IKEA’S breakfast menu will comprise of the following items: Mee Tai Bak, Chicken Curry Mee, Mee Siam, Lor Mee, Mee Rebus, Vegetarian Bee Hoon and Carrot Cake.

Each of them is priced at $2.50 and will be dedicated to a particular day of the week.

Image: IKEA Singapore
Image: IKEA Singapore
Image: IKEA Singapore

Main Menu

Meanwhile, IKEA’s main menu will comprise of the following:

  • Kids meal with a drink (pasta), $3.80
  • Kids meal with a drink (4pcs meatball), $3.80
  • Salmon Fillet with Vegetable Medallion and Lemon Dill Sauce, $9.90
  • Swedish Meatballs with mashed potato and broccoli: $6.50/8pcs, $8.50/12pcs, $10.50/16pcs and $12.50/20pcs.
  • Vegetable Balls with cous cous and sour cream, $6.50/12pcs
  • Marinated Salmon, $4.50
Image: IKEA Singapore
Image: IKEA Singapore

And for desserts, IKEA Singapore will be introducing just one item (presumably for the time being):

Image: IKEA Singapore

IKEA’s halal food section, which is exclusive to their Tampines outlet, consists of an ala carte version of Minced Chicken Shepherd Pie ($7.90) and a set version that comes with a cake ($10.50).

Image: IKEA Singapore

IKEA Restaurant’s opening hours are as follows:

  • IKEA Alexandra: 9am-9pm with last order at 8.30pm (Sun-Thu) & 9am-10.30pm with last order at 10pm (Fri-Sat)
  • IKEA Tampines: 10am-9pm with last order at 8.30pm (Sun-Thu) & 10am-10.30pm with last order at 10pm (Fri-Sat)

Note: Their Swedish Food Market and Bistro sections are now open.

Well Worth The Wait

The Circuit Breaker might have taken a toll out of all of us, but one thing’s for sure:

Things are slowly but surely going back to normal.

And while the virus is undeniably still out there, I’m sure that with the necessary safety precautions (as well as a couple of pleasant meatballs)…


Advertisements  

We can still enjoy life without putting ourselves and our loved ones at risk.

So go on down and grab some meatballs, because who doesn’t want to?

Image: Gfycat

To stay in the loop about news in Singapore, you might want to subscribe to our YouTube channel whereby we’d update you about what’s happening here daily:

This Singapore love story set in the 90s shows you why you should never wait for tomorrow. Watch it without crying:
Advertisements  

Enjoyed this article because it’s both informative and entertaining? If so, you should download the Goody Feed app so that you won’t miss out on any articles, as there are app-exclusive contents as well! Also, join our Telegram channel if you use Telegram often!

Latest & Popular Articles You Must Not Miss:


Advertisements  

Advertisements  

Our Most Popular Videos You Must Not Miss:
Advertisements  
This Singapore love story set in the 90s shows you why you should never wait for tomorrow. Watch it without crying: