Too bad we had lunch in town before this look-see session at Ikea, otherwise, I would be keen to try out their sandwiches or main courses which seem cheap (€1.95 – €6) and good. Well, of course there is always a space for desserts. And so, we continued our lunch with …
The ginger beer was wicked, lightly frizzy and quite strong, but I like it, perfect to warm up these colder days in Sept. Tart was lovely, there were quite some strawberry slices. A side info, a cup of soft drink cost €1 (unlimited).
Some sort of with presumably rice cake crumbles on top . This is really good! And I found out that a box (6 servings) of this selling at only €4.60 from the Swedish food market located at ground floor.
Oh yes, there is also a fast food stand (labelled as bistro) located at the exit on the groud floor, where hot dogs and soft scoop cones selling at 50¢ or €1 depending on the size. There were even €2 set menus which includes normal or vegetarian hot dog, fries and soft drinks (unlimited).
I got 60% minimum cocoa bar, 30% cocoa milk chocolate and hazelnut milk chocolate. These chocolate bars certainly do not compromise quality, they are smooth tasting and at a dirt cheap price. Worry about Fairtrade inexistence? I did then not too bad after I found out from the webpage that Ikea does food according to a set of admirable policies.
for 350 g and Ginger cookies at €3.25 for a huge box of 600g. I didn’t taste the lasagne, brother D said it tasted robust, between beef and lamb; Ginger cookies were fresh and crunchy with hint of nutmeg.
I was intrigued to try out this ‘caviar’ and mainly attracted by the low price tag. Haven’t started on it yet, I figure to use it in some seafood pasta dish.