IKEA Australia will host an Asian-inspired buffet feast for $30 on Lunar New Year


Move over meatballs: IKEA will host an Asian-inspired all-you-can-eat buffet for $30 on Lunar New Year with shoppers set to enjoy dumplings, hot pots and plenty of hokkien noodles

  • Furniture giant hosting dinners on February 11 at their Rhodes and Tempe store 
  • Rhodes will begin at 5pm, while Tempe has two sessions at 5.30pm and 7pm 
  • On the menu will be delicious traditional foods such as dumplings & spring rolls 
  • Tickets for the exciting event are $29.95 but $24.95 for IKEA Family members 

IKEA Australia is taking their food game to a whole new level and will host an Asian-inspired buffet feast to celebrate the Lunar New Year.

The furniture giant is hosting the all-you-can-eat dinners on February 11 at their Rhodes and Tempe store in Sydney’s inner west.

Rhodes will begin their festivities at 5pm, while Tempe has two sessions at 5.30pm and another at 7pm. 

The furniture giant is hosting the dinners on February 11 at their Rhodes and Tempe store in Sydney's inner west (pictured: Rhodes store)

The furniture giant is hosting the dinners on February 11 at their Rhodes and Tempe store in Sydney’s inner west (pictured: Rhodes store)

On the menu will be delicious traditional foods such as dumplings, spring rolls, and deep-fried eggs in sweet and sour sauce. 

There will also be beef and vegetarian hot pot, tofu salad with chilli and sesame, hokkien noodles and honey soy chicken wings.

For dessert, IKEA will have fruit salad, chocolate wafers and coconut rice pudding with mango sauce. 

Tickets to the exciting event are priced at $29.95 for adults. IKEA Family members get a small discount and can secure tickets for $24.95. 

‘This event will be compliant with all COVID-safe guidelines to ensure it’s a healthy celebration,’ an IKEA spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia. 

Chinese New Year falls on February 12, 2021, and is the Year of the Ox.

Celebrations for the Lunar New Year last up to 16 days before ending with a Lantern Festival on February 26. 

Diners will be able to enjoy delicious traditional Asian foods at the IKEA stores in Tempe and Rhodes

Diners will be able to enjoy delicious traditional Asian foods at the IKEA stores in Tempe and Rhodes



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