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Lunar New Year Dining Experience

Ever wanted to celebrate Chinese New Year in a Swedish furniture store? Here’s your chance.
By Libby Curran
February 01, 2021
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By Libby Curran
February 01, 2021
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Usually, IKEA's food game is as unmistakably Scandinavian as its hard-to-pronounce furniture names — headlined, of course, by those iconic Swedish meatballs. But come Wednesday, February 10 in Logan and Thursday, February 11 in North Lakes, the retailer is shaking things up and taking a jaunt to the other side of the globe, dishing up an Asian-inspired feast in celebration of the Lunar New Year.

The dinner is set to run from 5.30pm each night — and arriving hungry is recommended. On the menu, you'll find classic dishes like dumplings, spring rolls, and deep-fried eggs in sweet and sour sauce. There's both beef and vegetarian hot pot, tofu salad with chilli and sesame, hokkien noodles and honey soy chicken wings, and even sweet offerings like fruit salad, chocolate wafers and coconut rice pudding with mango sauce.

Adult tickets to the buffet feast are $29.95, though IKEA Family members can nab theirs for just $24.95. And, you could even squeeze in a spot of pre- or post-dinner flatpack shopping while you're there.

Maksym Kozlenko via Wikimedia Commons

Images: Maksym Kozlenko via Wikimedia Commons.

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