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Ikea Tempe opens a pop-up Swedish food market – complete with its world-famous meatballs

Ikea opens a pop-up Swedish FOOD MARKET – complete with its world-famous meatballs and hot dogs

  • IKEA has opened a pop-up market – complete with its world-famous meatballs 
  • Shoppers can stock up on their favourite menu items, which are sold frozen 
  • The products are available at the Tempe store in the inner west of Sydney


IKEA has opened a pop-up Swedish food market – complete with its world-famous meatballs, hot dogs and cinnamon buns.

Shoppers can stock up on their favourite menu items, which are sold frozen at the Tempe store in the inner west of Sydney.

Home cooks can recreate the popular dish at home using the chain’s iconic meatballs, paired with mashed potatoes, cream sauce and lingonberry jam.

IKEA has opened a pop-up Swedish food market – complete with its world-famous meatballs (pictured). Home cooks can recreate the popular dish at home using the chain’s iconic meatballs ($15 for 1kg), paired with mashed potatoes, cream sauce and lingonberry jam 

Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy the buttery cinnamon buns covered in nib sugar with a cup of hot coffee or tea. The $5 bag contains six buns and takes just 14 to 16 minutes to bake in the oven.

Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy the buttery cinnamon buns covered in nib sugar with a cup of hot coffee or tea. The $5 bag contains six buns and takes just 14 to 16 minutes to bake in the oven.

Perfect to feed a family or turn into multiple servings, the meatballs cost just $15 for a 1 kilo bag, along with the $5 mashed potatoes, a $4.50 jar of lingonberry jam and a $2 cream sauce.

For vegans, you can recreate the hot dogs with a $6 bag of vegetarian sausages, served with your favourite toppings like ketchup, mustard or a relish.

Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy the buttery cinnamon buns covered in nib sugar with a cup of hot coffee or tea. The $5 bag contains six buns and takes just 14 to 16 minutes to bake in the oven.

Customers can treat themselves to a $6 gooey chocolate cake, which can be eaten within 30 minutes after defrosting at room temperature.

For vegans, you can recreate the hot dogs with a $6 bag of vegetarian sausages, served with your favourite toppings like ketchup, mustard or a relish

For vegans, you can recreate the hot dogs with a $6 bag of vegetarian sausages, served with your favourite toppings like ketchup, mustard or a relish

Customers can treat themselves to a $6 gooey chocolate cake, which can be eaten within 30 minutes after defrosting at room temperature

Customers can treat themselves to a $6 gooey chocolate cake, which can be eaten within 30 minutes after defrosting at room temperature

For pantry snacks, there’s Daim chocolate and caramel with crunchy almond brittle bites for just $2.50 for a pack of three.

The store is open every day from 10am to 5pm for the remainder of the New South Wales lockdown period.

All customers will need to do is check-in using a QR code, comply to social distancing rules including mask-wearing, and pay by Eftpos only. 

Shoppers can drive to the IKEA car park and will be directed where to park and guided to the pop-up.



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