For the first time in Japan, "Swedish Bite", which offers a deli menu by weight, is now available. It will open on the 1st floor of IKEA Shinjuku from May 17th.
"Swedish Bites" is a service where you can easily enjoy the Scandinavian flavors that are popular at IKEA restaurants. You can view the menu from the window like the basement of a department store, and purchase it for lunch or dinner at your office or home.
The menu for sale by weight includes traditional Swedish food, plant-based lasagna and plant balls that use plant-derived ingredients instead of meat, "shrimp potato salad with dill mayo" that uses MSC-certified shrimp, and ASC-certified. There are many sustainable menus such as "Salmon marinade with lasagna sauce" using salmon.
In addition to the limited menu "Blue Plant Base Apple Soft", side menus such as plant keema curry, cinnamon rolls, and traditional Swedish food Thun Broad are also available. Bakery products and various drinks are also available.
Example of menu sold by weightPlant-based lasagna (850 yen, tax included, same below)
Lasagna made from plant-derived meat sauce. A vegetarian menu that even people who want to eat meat can eat deliciously.
Shrimp potato salad with dill mayo (450 yen / 100g (3.53oz))
A traditional Scandinavian dish with shrimp dill mayonnaise and mashed potatoes. MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) certified shrimp are used for marine products caught in sustainable fisheries.
Salmon marinated with grabbed sauce (700 yen / 100g (3.53oz))
Salmon that is often eaten in Sweden. We have obtained ASC certification. A slightly sweeter Swedish dish with dill added to mustard, with a classic grabad sauce.
Veggie ball (300 yen / 100g (3.53oz))
Veggie balls made from plant-derived ingredients. Also recommended for vegetarians. With ragout sauce.
Other To go menu examplesThun Broad Classic (390 yen)
A classic Swedish product wrapped in sausage, mashed potatoes, and shrimp with dill mayo.
Plant base keema curry (500 yen)
Flavorful curry using more than 8 kinds of spices. You can feel the ingredients firmly with vegetables such as onions and carrots and soybean meat. Sixteen grain rice is used for rice.
Cinnamon roll (100 yen)
Sweden's most popular bakery.
Plant-based apple Sunday (300 yen)
A sundae made by sprinkling apple pulp and maple syrup on apple soft and topped with ginger cookies.
IKEA Shinjuku limited menuBlue plant-based apple software (200 yen)
A soft serve ice cream made from "Apple Plant Ice" sold at other stores, made into a special blue round shape and placed on a black cone.
The store is located on the 1st floor of Keio Shinjuku Oiwake Building, 3-1-13 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. Business hours are from 11:00 to 20:00 from the time of opening to the issuance of a state of emergency. Scheduled from 11:00 to 21:00 after the state of emergency is lifted. Same as IKEA Shinjuku business hours.