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The Best Food Court Restaurants

The Best Food Court Restaurants

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Think back to the days when you would spend hours at the mall with your parents for back to school shopping or hanging out with your friends as a teen. What was your go-to food court stop of choice? Was it a quick pretzel snack, or maybe a sit down feast of Chinese food? Just like candies from childhood that you may have forgotten existed, there are some food court restaurants that bring back memories and are absolutely worthy of praise.

Nathan’s Famous

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The original Nathan’s Famous in Brooklyn’s Coney Island serves some of the best hot dogs in America, and the iconic treat expanded out nationwide. Food court memories include crinkle-cut french fries covered in cheese and shared between friends with those little two-pronged forks. Is it all coming back to you now?

Orange Julius

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It’s not orange juice, it’s Orange Julius. If you’ve never had an Orange Julius, it’s a creamy, frothy orange-flavored drink somewhere between a milkshake and a smoothie. Sure, it may have as much sugar as your favorite candies, but the drink fueled many explorations through the racks at Macy’s in peak food court days.

Arby’s

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Maybe Arby’s wasn't serving the best sandwiches in America, but that's not what you were looking for during a Saturday mall visit to spot your crush. There’s something about that soft onion roll, pile of roast beef and creamy cheddar sauce that was supremely comforting. And also, two words: curly fries.

Panda Express

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Panda Express is never going to go down as one of America’s best Chinese restaurants, but it’s a food court classic. Was a trip to the mall complete without a pile of orange chicken with a mound of fried rice on the side? Nope.

Auntie Anne’s

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Auntie Anne’s signature soft pretzel style is actually a definitive snack native to the founder’s Pennsylvania, but to most, they’re just delicious treats to fill up on behind your parents' backs. Whether you preferred them cinnamon-sugar-coated or brushed with butter, they’re satisfying.

Chick-fil-A

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The fried chicken at Chick-fil-A is up there with America’s best fried chicken. Tucked into a toasted buttered bun and simply topped with just a couple pickle slices, it’s a perfect-sized lunch for a quick mid-shopping pit stop.

Wetzel’s Pretzels

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Quick: Wetzel’s or Auntie Anne’s? Food courts don’t play favorites; both were equally a sight for sore eyes at the mall and at rest stops while sightseeing on road trips.

Baskin-Robbins

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No birthday party was complete without an ice cream cake (the best type of cake there is, right?) from Baskin-Robbins, and no trip to the mall was complete without a cone.

Mrs. Fields

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Why settle for even the best packaged cookie when a fresh, hot chocolate chip cookie from Mrs. Fields was an option? You just had to make sure you wiped all the melted chocolate off your hands before trying on headbands at Claire's.

Sbarro

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Sbarro is one of America’s favorite pizza chains, and there’s something about those big, floppy slices, loaded with greasy pepperoni, that totally hits the spot.

Hot Dog on a Stick

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Hot Dog on a Stick brought the state fair to the food court with its menu of corn dogs, fries and lemonade. And how brilliant — handheld corn dogs were the perfect treat for those antsy to get back to shopping.

Jamba

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When the smoothie craze hit full stride in the 1990s, Jamba Juice (now known as Jamba) was there. Even though they’re not as healthy as some might have thought, they still were still delicious on a hot day and can be made with plenty of heart-healthy foods.

Charleys

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Many people’s first cheesesteak was at a food-court Charleys, preferably topped with bacon or pepperoni. It wasn’t complete without some cheese-covered french fries on the side.

Cinnabon

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Ah, Cinnabon. If there’s one sight (and scent) associated with the mall food court more than any other, it’s Cinnabon and its big, beautiful, gut-busting cinnamon rolls. A Cinnabon is right up there with the most iconic dishes in America.

Great American Cookies

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Huge cookie cakes may be one of those childhood desserts you forgot existed, but they’re still on the menu at Great American Cookies. It was impossible not to be happy to see one brought out at a birthday party.

California Pizza Kitchen

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With creative toppings like barbecue chicken and a decidedly upscale approach, the pizzas at California Pizza Kitchen are arguably up there with what you’ll find at America’s best pizzerias. For many, their first outside-the-box pizza was at a CPK.

Dairy Queen

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Dairy Queen wasn’t just great for its sundaes and milkshakes — it also served up some pretty solid burgers and hot dogs, too. But everyone knows it was all about the Blizzards.

Sarku Japan

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Sarku Japan may not be serving America’s best sushi, but its menu of comforting Japanese fare like chicken teriyaki and no-frills sushi rolls was certainly a nice change of pace.

TCBY

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Soft-serve or hand-scooped? Cookies and cream or mint chocolate chunk? It doesn’t matter, it’s all delicious, and a trip to TCBY was the perfect way to reward yourself after a successful day at the mall. Even though it’s frozen yogurt, TCBY is just as good as America’s best ice cream shops.

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The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


The 20 Best IKEA Food Court Menu Items, Ranked

Ah, IKEA. The land of affordable housewares, decked-out showrooms, and enough assembly instructions to keep the paper industry alive and well. While most people probably associate the Swedish furniture store with its sleek product design, the shopping experience is never complete without a visit to their (surprisingly affordable) food court. Here is a ranking of 20 delicious menu items.

Not only do they have the classic ballpark dog, but the company recently unveiled a veggie version (which is essentially a longer version of their veggie meatball). Score two hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $2.50.

Heart-shaped waffles aren't just for Valentine's Day. You can feel the love all year round at the in-store IKEA restaurant with their not-too-thick waffles. Best part? They're only a buck.

Three words: creamy, cheesy potatoes. Enough said about this delicious side dish. You can also pick these up in the Bistro frozen section for $5.49.

Nothing slays a beautiful summer day better than soft serve. The IKEA Bistro offers up the swirl for a cool $1.

There are a few different ways you can doctor up IKEA's penne pasta. Throw in some meatballs for a traditional dish, or mix it up with some veggies &mdash either way, it only sets you back $3.

Anyone who has been across the pond knows IKEA's English Breakfast is up to par. The $4.99 dish includes eggs, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, and meat.

Try and imagine a layer of white cream between two powdered buns. Now imagine it only costing a mere few bucks. Tastes even better, right?

Almost every dish is better with a side of fries. Most options on the menu include them in the meal. IKEA's fries aren't too thick, and they're not too thin &mdash they are the perfect size of salted potato goodness.

Salmon can be a fishy (pun intended) risk at some restaurants. But IKEA's seafood passes the test, and it's also very affordable. The salmon menu offerings all hover around the $6.99 price point.

Listen, chicken and fries are not just for the children's menu. Adults have the right to enjoy them too. especially when it only costs $5.99.

Cinnamon rolls are the window to the soul. IKEA's version of the yummy 99-cent breakfast pastry is one of their newer menu additions. Enjoy it with your eggs or wash it down with a hot coffee.

If you're basic and enjoy pumpkin-flavored everything, the pumpkin cupcake with vanilla icing is a must-have. The 99-cent cupcake is a limited seasonal offering, so the next time you're hitting up IKEA in the fall be sure to keep an eye out.

For $1.25 a slice, who isn't on board with the pizza IKEA has to offer? They typically have traditional pepperoni and cheese, but they occasionally have other topping options to tickle your fancy.

What's a Princess Cake, you might ask? A sweet fondant shell surrounds white and fluffy cream, which sits atop a moist cake. A couple of bites, and you'll be clamoring for more of the $1.50 treat.

You can never lose with a good layered dessert. Enjoy yummy cake, topped with rich frosting and sprinkled with toasted almonds for $2.50.

There is a trick to good garlic bread &mdash the garlic-to-butter ratio has to be just right. But IKEA has mastered the art of balance. Throw a slice on your plate for under a buck.

Lox and a side of fruit provide a fresh alternative to the traditional bacon and eggs breakfast. They also sell the cured, cold-smoked salmon in the Bistro's frozen section for $7.99.

This autumn favorite and Thanksgiving staple can be enjoyed year-round for $1.99. It's so good that you might need to grab two slices.

If you happen to be an early-bird, IKEA's traditional breakfast is the cheapest route. The dollar deal includes eggs, potatoes, and meat. You can even splurge and add toast or a waffle for a few extra bucks.

The number one spot, naturally, goes to an IKEA classic. The company recently riffed on their iconic Swedish meatball to include a line featuring chicken, veggie, and salmon meatballs. Paired with mashed potatoes or veggies (and the essential dollop of Lingonberry jam), the dish typically comes to a grand total of $5.99


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