Ikea cafe has always been a 'tourist attraction'. The place has amazing deals on breakfast and their Swedish meatballs are tasty for lunch or dinner. So as soon as we arrived, we tackled Ikea cafe immediately to get some good breakfast.
I picked up the breakfast sandwich for ...I want to say $2.99. It was pretty good, nothing surprising though except for the price tag. It was a good deal! The baked potatoes were ordinary but good nonetheless.
He picked up the big breakfast for $2.99, it was also descent. There were some scrambled eggs, french toast sticks, bacon, and baked potato on the plate. Nothing extraordinary but the price tag made up for it.
We also picked up the Swedish pancakes since we were greedy. This was 3 for $1.99. I have to say the pancakes were very disappointing. I make much better pancakes.....but for the price I guess I can't complain much.
We got 3 plates of breakfast and a juice, came to a whopping $8 for breakfast for two. Not bad at all! Even though the food was not over the top, it was okay for a quick and easy fill up before furniture shopping.
We ended up stopping by the cafe again before we leave to pickup some Swedish meatballs for lunch. The meatballs were delicious as always, and the gravy just right. This IS the best dish in Ikea cafe, hands down!
FoodiePop's rating on food: 3/5
10100 Baltimore Ave.
College Park, MD 20740