IKEA IKEA Restaurant: Enjoy a Julbord Swedish Holiday Dinner for $19.99 on December 15 Enjoy a Swedish Holiday Dinner at IKEA for $20!

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Celebrate the holidays with a Swedish tradition at IKEA, where they're hosting their annual Julbord Holiday Dinner on December 15 and tickets are available now.

In Sweden, Julbord is the name of a traditional holiday dinner, with the term translating to "Christmas table" in English. IKEA's Julbord dinner will include a holiday smörgåsbord of ham, herring, marinated salmon, meatballs, potatoes, turkey, cheese, crispbread, eggs and more.

All 14 IKEA locations in Canada will be hosting a Julbord holiday dinner on December 15, but select locations will have additional dates (check with your local store for available timeslots).

To ensure a safe dining experience for all guests, all locations will abide by indoor dining health regulations in their respective province.

Tickets are available to purchase in-person at any IKEA Restaurant or Swedish Food Market. Pricing will vary depending on your IKEA Family status – members can get tickets for $19.99 each, while non-members can get tickets for $24.99 each. Tickets for kids 12 and under are $9.99 each, regardless of membership.

Julbord tickets are available in IKEA stores only on a first-come, first-serve basis. Spots are limited, so reserve your seat before they're sold out at your local store.

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    • Is that at every location?
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    • Damn gotta go in store to buy tickets!
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    • Where does it say All you can eat? And is this like a self serve buffet or line up and order?
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    • Lol I can’t go anyway due to dietary restrictions but of course the only two Metro Vancouver stores would be sold out immediately.
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    • airmail wrote: Title needs to be edited
      smorgasbord
      1 : a luncheon or supper buffet offering a variety of foods and dishes (such as hors d'oeuvres, hot and cold meats, smoked and pickled fish, cheeses, salads, and relishes
      "Join us at the IKEA restaurant for Julbord: a traditional Swedish holiday smörgåsbord where you will find ham, turkey, meatballs, herring, marinated salmon, potatoes, eggs, crispbread, cheese, and much more."
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    • "I like the furniture at ikea, but what do they know about food?!"
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    • All you can eat meatballs?
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    • On a regular day, their salmon is surprisingly moist.

      Not sure if quality will go down if they need to mass produce for the holiday.
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    • slimysnot wrote: On a regular day, their salmon is surprisingly moist.

      Not sure if quality will go down if they need to mass produce for the holiday.
      Well, if ANY one should know about what is moist, it HAS to be a person choosing to name themselves slimysnot.

      Hopefully, you aren't working in the Ikea kitchen dishing out the salmon...
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    • To keep the numbers of ppl crowding, this should be timed entry and pay on the way out. If you don't cash out in 1 hr, you have to pay more just like a parking meter. LOL.

      For a family and $20 per person...go the the IKEA store and buy and prepare and enjoy in a safe place at home.
      https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/cat/ikea-food-fb001/

      $13 package of meatballs
      $10 cold smoked salmon
      $15 pkg of 4 salmon fillets
      $4 jar of marinated herring
      $8 for vegetable medallions
      $4 for potato fritters
      $10 buy a couple of jars of their sauces.
      or steam some potatoes and broccoli/cauliflower/carrots etc
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    • is it fresh salmon or the smoked salmon
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    • Patrickpete wrote: And I would argue that the food is higher quality/ tastier than Costco.
      I know you are talking about Ikea's restaurant/food court and not their hot dog/pizza counter, but give me a slice or hot dog from Costco any day over Ikea's!
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    • Hot dog is crap compared to Costco's, will just say that much lol
      Had both in the same week earlier this month. Costco first.

      This is a buffet, the regular exit-door offering is irrelevant. The food courts have an entirely different menu lol
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    • I'm sure Ikea will follow all safety protocols (limited capacity, masks when not eating, distancing, etc) so it's likely no less risky than going to Costco on the weekend.
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    • Well, I found almost everything I need oos at IKEA, now I have another reason to go
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    • I'd love to go but I'll pass because the crowds will probably be huge, and no not because I'm worried about the virus, but because crowds will be huge and it won't be enjoyable. Upvoted still. Good deal if you have the patience.
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    • Considering Ikea's menu I don't know if there will be much variety. Good if you like AYCE meatballs though ...

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