While Ikea is well-known for its home furnishing products, their cafe is usually crowded all day long which was a good indication of the good food that are being served there. Since I was shopping for some stuff there, I thought it would be a good idea to have my lunch there as well.
I ordered the Swedish chicken leg with herb sauce and lemon sauce. For RM10 a plate, I’d say that it is value for money. The chicken was soft and nicely cooked.
I also enjoyed eating the Swedish meat balls (10 pieces) which costs RM 9.90 a plate. When I had my first bite, I could only think of two words; tender and juicy. According to my girlfriend, they used to serve bigger meat balls, but I guess Ikea’s policy of maintaining its price somehow translates to smaller serving portion. Well, at least the taste is still good.
And finally for RM 2.90 per cup, I was given a choice of either tea or coffee. Overall, it is a great place to have lunch while shopping for home accessories.