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Families and friends eating and socilaizing at an IKEA Restaurant.
Eating at IKEA
Whether you like to eat then shop, shop then eat or shop eat shop, the IKEA Restaurant has your appetite taken care of – at equality appetising prices. Pop in for a quick snack, indulge in a tasty treat or settle down for a hearty meal. The menu includes kids meals, organic and vegetarian options, healthy choices and Swedish classics. Come on in and take a seat.
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Food offer
Only the best quality ingredients for you
Sweet corn fritter
Chunky steak pie
Chicken schnitzel
with free range scrambled egg and tomato chutney
with mash, mint peas and gravy
baked free range chicken schnitzel with chips and mint peas
Monday - Friday from open - 11am
Monday - Friday from 11am - 2.30pm
Monday - Friday from 5pm to close
Feed your family for $20
There aren’t many dishes more Swedish than meatballs and mash. And it’s a firm favourite for good reason: it’s quick, easy, and oh so yummy.
Enjoy in-store (Monday after 4pm)
2x serves of 10 meatballs
2x serves of 4 meatballs
4x Nordic fruit waters
Make it at home for $19.99 (save $5)
1x KÖTTBULLAR Swedish meatballs, 1kg
1x POTATISMOS mashed potatoes, 600g
1x SYLT LINGON lingonberry jam, 400g
2x GRÄDDSÅS cream sauce, 36g
Mashed potatoes, meatballs, gravy and lingon berry jam displayed on a white porcelain plate with a fork and knife next to it.
When it comes to sugar, less is more
Sugar, sugar, sugar. We’re consuming far too much of it. Often without even knowing. But we know that too much sweetness isn’t good for us. In fact, it’s a growing problem around the world.
An illustration of a sugar cube being cut in half by a pair of scissors
We need to break this trend. Turn it around. This is why, in one bold step, we’re cutting sugar at our drink towers in half. We’re also introducing new Nordic Fruit Water made from natural ingredients. After all, life is sweet enough.
Learn more (PDF)
Food you can feel good about
Close up of salmon lying on a bed of ice.
Salmon. Good and good for you.
Salmon makes for a delicious and nutritious meal. With just two or three servings a week you’ll meet your body’s need for omega-3 fatty acids while getting a good dose of antioxidants, protein, iodine and vitamins D, A and B12.

Learn more about our responsibly sourced salmon
Taste it in-store
Visit the IKEA Restaurant to try our mouthwatering salmon dishes.
With mixed vegetables
and hollandaise sauce
See all meat, fish & Seafood
 A ceramic bowl filled with coffee beans, surrounded by leaves. grey background
Coffee that’s good, right from the source
All the coffee that we sell and serve at IKEA is produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way. It’s UTZ Certified, which means it meets strict, independent requirements to ensure sustainable farming standards and fair conditions for workers. We do this so we can offer you quality coffee that is made with care for people and the environment.
Passionfruit cheesecake with organic UTZ-certified coffee for fika at IKEAnew
Passionfruit cheesecake
Available Monday - Friday from 3-5pm
with organic coffee
Refuel before you head home
After checkout and before the journey home, the whole family can grab a drink or a bite to eat at the IKEA Bistro. Treat the little ones to a frozen yoghurt for their good behaviour and top up your energy levels after a successful shop. Get honest, tasty food at unbeatable value.
An IKEA hotdog with mustard and ketchup lying on a white napkin on a wooden surface.
Frozen yoghurt with raspberry sauce at the IKEA bistro
With raspberry sauce
Welcome to the Bistro after the checkout for a quick snack, drink or icecream.