IKEA Is Selling Full Breakfast With Six Items For £1
One of the greatest joys of a trip to IKEA, before you even attempt to negotiate its labyrinthine path through the world of flat-pack furniture, is treating yourself to a bargain-priced meal in the café. Well, now that's even better - you can treat yourself to a six-piece breakfast for just £1.
The offer is available as of today (3 February), and works out well for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike because it covers a range of breakfast food from which you can choose six items.
These options include bacon, sausage, omelette, hash brown, tomato and beans, while customers who opt for the vegetarian version will be served up a choice of vegetarian sausage, omelette, hash brown, mushrooms, tomato and beans.
An IKEA Family card will not be needed for this delicious offer, but customers who do swipe their card will also be able to enjoy a free tea or coffee.
The offer will be running from 3 February to 27 March 2020 until 11am and it's expected to be popular with customers.
The usual price for a six-item breakfast is £2.50 so you're saving £1.50.
Although you don't need a Family card for this new deal, anyone looking to grab some non-breakfast food should pay attention here - you're going to have to get one if you want to take advantage of the meal deal that is currently in place.
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For just £5 you could get a vegetarian main course, dessert and hot drink or fruit water. This offer runs out on 31 August 2020 and is available Monday to Friday from 11am until 5pm.
Customers can also get any two selected main courses and desserts for £10. The meals on offer include: salmon fillet, 10 meatballs or 10 veggie balls. Desserts include Daim cake, apple cake or blueberry cheesecake.
Again, you're going to need an IKEA Family card and the deal is also available until 31 August.
Last year the Swedish furniture giant announced its plans to roll out a vegan range of its famous meatballs.
Michael La Cour, managing director at IKEA Food Services AB, confirmed the news. In a statement, he said: "It is a really exciting industry! Looking at the quality of the products that we have been tasting I am looking forward to serve a delicious plant based meatball made from alternative protein at IKEA.
"We know that the IKEA meatballs are loved by many people and for years the meatballs have been the most popular dish in our restaurants.
"We see a growing demand from our customers to have access to more sustainable food options and we want to meet that need.
"Our ambition is to make healthier and more sustainable eating easy, desirable, and affordable without compromising on taste and texture."
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