IKEA Has New Meatballs In Cup And Mala Crayfish, While Stocks Last
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IKEA Has New Meatballs In Cup And Mala Crayfish, While Stocks Last

4th February 2021

Meatballs in cup and mala crayfish at IKEA

Apart from being a furniture store, IKEA is a place that stored a lot of my fonder memories growing up, with their affordable food a highlight every visit. Recently, IKEA has once again expanded its meal options, with new additions like their Mala Crayfish and Swedish Meatballs In Cup, together with other seasonal specials, available while stocks last, and some for a limited time only.

IKEA MALA CRAYFISH
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Seafood lovers, feast on their IKEA Mala Crayfish ($11). Sold in plates of six, the crayfish is fresh and juicy, while being firm in texture. 

Their numbing mala sauce adds savouriness to the sweeter crayfish meat, giving it an extra kick as well. This dish will be made available from 8 February to 13 February, at both their Alexandra and Tampines outlets.

IKEA MEATBALLS IN A CUP
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Their Swedish Meatballs In Cup ($5) is a solid snack choice, reminiscent of what carnival food used to be like. Their meatballs are light yet tasty, enhanced when dipped in their creamy sauce and sugary lingonberry jam. 

Ideal for those who don’t like sitting still, this gives you the option to dabao their signature meatballs and eat as you shop for furniture. Unfortunately, the cup meatballs are only available at their Tampines branch, while stocks last.

IKEA CNY
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Seasonal special menu items are also available, such as Chee Cheong Fun With Mushroom And Minced Chicken ($3.50) in light of Chinese New Year, only for breakfast at their Alexandra outlet from 1 February to 15 February

IKEA VALENTINES
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Also, they have a new 12 Piece Plant Balls With Pasta And Truffle Flavoured Mushroom Sauce ($9), specially for Valentine’s Day, from 14 February to 21 February at all branches, if that is up your alley.

To find out how to make your own IKEA meatballs at home, check out our IKEA meatballs recipe, where we teach you how to cook them from scratch.

IKEA Meatballs Recipe: Recreate These Famous Meatballs From Scratch In The Comfort Of Your Kitchen

For more mala-related foods, read our La Pasteleria review for mala pork wraps around Robertson Quay or our Shiok Shiok Noodles review for the first mala bak chor mee in Sin Ming.

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