IKEA Launches New Dishes Including Little Tiger Buns with Kaya Filling for the Lunar New Year!

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IKEA is spicing up the celebration with a new seasonal menu and a slew of festive snacks for the Lunar New Year!

IKEA's new seasonal menu, available for a limited time till 28 Feb 2022 (while stocks last), includes the Mala Pork Ribs and Vegetable Money Bag with Golden Fried Rice ($13.80). Spice lovers can look forward to the Plant Ball with Mala Spaghetti ($8.00) or 6pcs Mala Chicken Wings ($10.00).

Need something a little sweet? The Mandarin Orange chocolate Cake ($4.00), and adorable Little Tiger Buns with Kaya Filling ($2/pc) will also be available at all IKEA restaurants.

For a quick bite, the Swedish bistro is offering the new CNY Donut ($7.80) and Hotdog Bolognese ($1.50).

In addition, IKEA has revealed a special menu exclusively for IKEA Jurong Restaurant. Westies can look forward to local favourites and new offerings for a limited time!

The dishes will be available from Monday to Friday, from 11.30 am to 3 pm, while stocks last.

  • Curry chicken with bread ($5.80)
    10 - 14 Jan, 31 Jan - 4 Feb, 21 - 25 Feb 2022

  • Fried fish fillet with crispy noodle ($5.80)
    17 - 21 Jan, 7 - 11 Feb 2022

  • Salmon with chilli crab sauce and mantou ($5.80)
    24 - 28 Jan, 14 - 18 Feb 2022

  • CNY Platter Set -┬áMala Pork Ribs, half spring chicken, salmon fillet, 5pcs meatball, 5 vegetable money bag ($28.80)
    10 Jan - 28 Feb 2022

If you're shopping to stock up on your Lunar New Year festive goodies, the Swedish Food Market (SFM) has launched a slew of snacks that you can check out. 

From Bak Kwa, 500g ($23.80), Cranberries Pineapple Balls, 340g ($8.80) to Mango Pomelo, 500g ($7.80) and an assortment of different flavoured cookies such as strawberry yoghurt oats, white chocolate brownie cookies and more.

In addition, the SFM will be selling fresh Mandarin Oranges ($11.80/24pcs) for your Lunar New Year festivities. 

The festive goodies are available only while stocks last. 

´╗┐Image credits IKEA´╗┐┬á



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Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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