IKEA Serves New Seasonal Offerings this March! Plus Kids Eat Free till 18 March!

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IKEA is celebrating the end of the spring season by serving up a variety of delightful new seasonal offerings and exclusive deals.

Indulge in a variety of delicious offerings this March at IKEA, featuring new dishes and returning favourites including salmon shepherd pie and lamb shank with mixed vegetables. You can also look forward to exploring new flavours with a new special menu exclusive to IKEA Jurong.

Additionally, IKEA is also offering exciting deals for IKEA Family members. 

Kids Eat Free

IKEA's Kids Eat Free offering returns from 14 March to 18 March, just in time for the March school holidays. Enjoy a free kids meal with every one main purchased from the adult menu (terms and conditions apply) at all IKEA Restaurants. 

Choose from a variety of kids’ meals, including kids meatball, kids plant balls, and kids pasta.

Celebrate Waffle Day

In true Swedish fashion, celebrate Waffle Day with two new dishes made with delicious waffles, available from 21 March to 25 March, while stocks last.

Opt for either the English waffle with lingonberry, chocolate sauce and cream (IKEA Family price $3.00 | Public: $3.50) or the English waffle with marinated salmon and green salad (IKEA Family price $4.90 | Public: $5.90).

In addition, IKEA Family members will also be able to enjoy an exclusive deal at the Swedish Food Market; purchase Waffles 240g + Lingonberry jam 400g at the IKEA Family price of $11.90 (Public: $13.00).

IKEA's Food Offerings in March

For a limited time only, IKEA is introducing a special menu across all restaurants in Singapore - featuring a variety of new and returning dishes alike to please both adventurous and conservative tastebuds.

Making a return till 31 March is the lamb shank with mixed vegetables ($15.90). IKEA has also launched a new and fresh take on the traditional shepherd’s pie - the salmon shepherd pie with mushroom soup and garlic bread (IKEA Family price: $12.00 | Public: $13.40), which will be available until 30 April.

In addition, IKEA has food that’s good for you and good for the earth, with new takes on the sustainable plant-based offerings you know and love.

For one day only on 26 March, celebrate Earth Hour by tucking into the plant-based schnitzel and spaghetti with tomato sauce and mushroom soup and garlic bread at a special price of $8.90. Every $2.00 from the price will be used to fund a food distribution programme through local partner Food from the Heart. Spicy lovers can feast their tastebuds on the vegetable balls with curry sauce $5.00, exclusively available at IKEA Tampines and IKEA Alexandra.

Exclusive Menu at IKEA Jurong

IKEA Jurong has refreshed its special menu for March. Sink your teeth into a smorgasbord of new and exciting dishes, including local favourites, for a limited time only.

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

  • Nasi Briyani ($5.50)
    1 – 11 Mar, 11 – 22 Apr, 23 Apr – 3 May 2022

  • Gado Gado ($5.50) 
    14 - 25 Mar, 25 Apr – 6 May 2022

  • Ayam Penyet ($5.50
    28 Mar – 8 Apr, 9 May – 20 May 2022

  • Baked Chicken Leg ($7.50) 
    1 Mar – 30 May 2022

  • IKEA Family Offer: Baked Chicken Leg with Mushroom Soup and Garlic Bread ($10.50 - U.P. $12.40) 
    1 Mar – 30 May 2022

In addition, IKEA Jurong is offering a variety of wallet-friendly breakfast sets for just under $2. These breakfast sets will be rotated weekly, and will be available from 1 March to 30 April, 10am – 11.30am, while stocks last.

  • Plant balls with scrambled egg breakfast set ($1.90)
  • Scrambled egg with bun breakfast set ($1.90)
  • Scrambled egg and chicken Bolognese sauce with bun breakfast set ($1.90)

IKEA Restaurant Safe Management Measures

IKEA welcomes up to 5 vaccinated customers from different households to dine in at the IKEA Restaurants. All members of the group (except children under 12) are required to verify their vaccination status using the Trace Together App or token

Image credits IKEA 



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This article is prepared by

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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