Hojaldre de Queso y Espinacas
Pescado a la Bilbaína
Crema de Puerros
Tallarines al Pesto Guisantes y Pistachos
Pechuga de Pollo Empanada
Potaje de Verduras
Tortellini de Ricotta y Espinacas
Pollo al Chilindrón
Canelones de Espinacas
Perca al Limón
Atún Mojo Rojo
Fideua de Setas y Trigueros
Crema de lechuga y parmesano
Muslo Pollo Asado
Monday to Saturday from 09:30 to 21:30 h.
Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 22:00 h.
Is there anything better than to regain your energy before going back home?
Your whole family can enjoy a beverage or eat a snack at the IKEA Bistro.
FIKA is the Swedish coffee break, but it's more than just a cup of coffee.
It's a moment in which friends and coworkers take a break from their busy schedules.
Enjoy a hot beverage and a piece of pie!
Enjoy an appetiser, breakfast, lunch or dinner. Your whole family is welcomed. To keep the little ones happy we have highchairs and a playing zone.
With these Swedish style dishes and the local specialties, you'll find healthy, organic and veggie options in the menu so that everyone is satisfied.
10 Swedish meatballs with potato mash, sauce and lingonberries jam.
Or, why not try something new today... change your meatballs for vegetable or chicken balls.
We have a great selection of Swedish dishes in our IKEA food section.
Take the Swedish flavour home to enjoy it whenever you want, not only at our restaurant.
Breakfast croissant + coffee or juice
Croissant, butter, jam, orange juice brick and coffee
Cinnamon bun + coffee
Coffee with milk
DRYCK LINGON brick
Doughnut + coffee
Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, toast and coffee
Flavoured smoothie juice
Blueberry and raspberry or apple and strawberry juice
Half a serving of meatballs, 5 units
Half a serving of vegetable balls, 5 units
Marinated salmon with potatoes
Bread, Serrano ham, tomato, olive oil and coffee
Muffin + coffee
Prawns swedish sandwich
Serrano ham sandwich
Serrano ham sandwich + coffee or soda
Spanish omelet piece
Dark or blond beer
Ecologic apple or pear cider
Vegetable balls, 8 units
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