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Update on the IKEA Restaurant and Bistro 

As the situation with COVID-19 evolves daily in Canada, our top priority continues to be the health and safety of our co-workers, customers and the communities we serve. Please check your local store page before you plan to dine with us. 

With health and safety as our top priority, we have introduced enhanced, preventative health and safety measures across the entire shopping experience and operations to ensure co-workers and customers feel safe to work and shop.


A plant ball for meat lovers

Climate-conscious meat lover? The HUVUDROLL plant ball, made with pea protein, oats, potatoes, onion and apple, has the taste and juicy bite of the meatball – and the climate footprint is just 4% of the original.

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A plate of HUVUDROLL plant ball skewers sit on a pastel colored tablecloth next to a glass of orange juice with a straw
A pastel plate contains a HUVUDROLL plant ball dinner complete with SYLT LINGON jam, and ALLEMANSRÄTTEN sauce mix.
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Breakfast any time of day

Our traditional Scandinavian breakfast isn’t just for mornings. Satisfying and healthy granola, muesli or porridge make great snacks whenever you are hungry.

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A box of HJALTEROLL muesli sits on a table beside a coffee press, glass of orange juice and filled cereal bowl.
A box of HJALTEROLL granola sits on a countertop beside dried food glass storage containers and sliced pears
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Swedish fika means coffee and cookies

Enjoy yourself Scandinavian style with a cup of organic, Rainforest Alliance certified coffee along with your favourite Swedish cookies.

A box of KAFFEREP cookies sits opened on a tray beside a cup of black coffee and a single flower stem
A box of KAFFEREP apple cake sits behind a sliced piece on a plate next to a stainless steel spoon

Do you want to know what's in our food?

Read about what's in your food and where it comes from. All of our food nutritional information can be found on our Food Facts page.

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