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Sunday, 29 May 2016

Ikea Food Hunt #Dubai #Abu Dhabi

Dubai Ikea

I believe many of us love to dine at Ikea. I do. Having variety of interesting food. Healthy food and drinks. Quite delicious indeed. Comfortable seatings. Value for money. To my Malaysian friends, lets check our the Middle East Ikea!

Dubai Ikea

Our lunch in Ikea Dubai
Meatballs w Mash Potatoes 8 Pcs (AED 12.00)
Chicken Mandi (AED 35.00)
Assorted Muffins (AED 5.00)
Roasted Capsicum (AED 7.00)
Coffee (AED 5.00)
Laban-Up (AED 1.00)

Supper Time! Ikea Abu Dhabi
Our Supper in Ikea Abu Dhabi

Our Supper in Ikea Abu Dhabi
Seafood Paella (AED 29.00)
Meatballs w Mash Potatoes Ikea Family Offer (AED 5.00)
Roasted Capsicum (AED 7.00)
Chocolate Drink (AED 2.00)

If there is still someone out there that have not dine in Ikea, you probably should give it a shot. You pay what you pick. You eat what you pick. You take what you pick. It is an interesting concept. So pick your food wisely!

12 comments:

The Yum List said...

I'm too distracted by the thought of how HUGE Ikea must be in Dubai to think about your food. ;-) Seriously, it must be enormous right?

Nux V said...

the food in IKEA Dubai is cheap! comparing the meatballs, they are so generous with the mash potatoes! I just posted a blogpost about IKEA meatball and mine looks so pathetic!

suituapui said...

Ahhhhhh!!! They have those meatballs there too - never tried. People love their curry puffs too, never tried either. Never been there, in fact - nobody ever took me there. Sobsssss!!!!!

KY said...

Don't think there's prawns like these at our IKEA here.

CL (RealGunners) said...

I don't think we can get seafood paella in the IKEAs here (actually, any non-fish seafood for that matter). I'd totally order that!

Rose World said...

I never dine in Ikea. Been to the store few time in KL during college time and when on seminar during my woking days. No Ikea chain in Kuching. I love going around looking at their stuff.

Yee Ling said...

Actually I like to dine in Ikea but it's just too hard for us to find a seat in Curve. The food served is in big portion and price is reasonable too. Every time I go there I end up walking away...so crowded.

Irvine Chin said...

Yumlist although dubai/abudhabi is famous for "largest/tallest" but unfortunately does not apply for Ikea. hehe.

NuxV i still think Malaysia is cheaper in terms of price?. But do agree with u on the huge portion. They do serve more here.

Suituapui i think u been to too many delicious restaurants. Probably Ikea does not favour ur taste buds, as it is more european/western. U seems to enjoy more of asian cuisines?

KY yeah. Prolly hawker store out there already had so many delicious ones.

CL true. I remembered i always had meats balls, roasted chickens and pan-fry salmon only. hehe.

Rose same, really fun, they had so much to see. Interesting indeed, and.... after all the walking dropping by the ikea restaurant!
=p

Yee Ling perhaps go by during non-peak times. I think kids will love the dine at Ikea.

mun said...

I used to dine at Ikea cafe a lot but not anymore since the last trip I was there, the food did not taste as good as before. Definitely no Chicken Mandi and Seafood paella in Ikea Cafe here.

Irvine Chin said...

Mun do agree that the standard is not as good as last time. Probably inflation and they r still trying to keep prices at minimum.

Libby said...

I love to shop at Ikea, the hot dog buns in Singapore's Ikea are cheap and nice

Irvine Chin said...

libby yea love the hotdogs too. unlimited sauces!

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