IKEA Has Cute New Shark Buns And $1 Chicken Wings
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IKEA Has Cute New Shark Buns, Duck Confit, And $1 Chicken Wings

9th November 2021

IKEA shark buns and food promos

The turn of every month means something new to look forward to at the IKEA cafe, and for November, it’s the launch of a cute new Little Shark Bun, 1-for-1 food deals, free kids meals, and two new festive menu options.

Baby Shark Bun IKEA

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The Little Shark Bun ($2) is probably the cutest limited-time offering we’ve seen by IKEA yet. Inspired by the brand’s famed shark plushie, this adorable bite-sized bun is stuffed with red bean filling, and encased in pillowy bao skin.

ikea chicken wings
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Next, as 11.11 beckons, IKEA will be launching a slew of promotions to feed fans. For plant-based diners, the Plant Ball with Mixed Vegetables will be priced at $6.50 instead of $13, for eight pieces. The beloved Chicken Wings are $1 for the occasion, with a minimum order of two pieces, and a maximum of 12.

Crunchy almond chocolate cake IKEA

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Rounding off the promos is 50% off the Crunchy Almond Chocolate Cake, now priced at $3.50, instead of $7.

ikea briyani
Image credit: IKEA Singapore

As part of the current and upcoming festivities, the cafe has also launched two new dishes.

The first is the Briyani with Chicken Drumstick ($5.50), in honour of Deepavali. This will be available only on weekdays, till 30 November.

Duck Confit with Mashed Potato with Soup

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The latter is a Duck Confit with Mashed Potato and Soup ($19), available from now till 31 December, so you can get your fill right up to Christmas.

If your family has a little one, you’ll know school holiday beckons. As part of celebrating that occasion, kids get to eat free from 22 to 26 November. Get one free main off the kid’s menu per child with one main purchased off the adult menu. Do note that this promotion is only for dine-in and IKEA Family members.

For more new eats in Singapore, check out our Dont Yell At Me review, as we try out the drinks from the newly opened Taiwanese bubble tea chain in Singapore. There’s also Playmade’s new outlet in AMK Hub, which serves Taiwanese bites alongside their famed drinks with handmade boba.


Dont Yell At Me Review: Taiwanese Bubble Tea Cafe With Layered Drinks Including Tiramisu Cheese Foam

Feature image adapted from IKEA Singapore

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