IKEA, Coquitlam

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I needed to go furniture shopping, but I was also hungry. The only place I can think of is IKEA. Mediocre cafeteria food at a cheap price with unlimited refills in pop, any flavor you want. If I had a car back in high school I would go there every day for lunch.


IKEA Restaurant (Coquitlam) on Urbanspoon


Cuisine: Cafeteria Food
Price/Entrée: $10 Out of 5… (1: Don’t bother —> 5: Excellent)
Food: 2
Service: 1
Ambiance: 3
Overall: 2.5


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We ordered the Haddock and Chips. $2.99 special for a full meal, I can’t even get a hook up like that at the cafeteria in High School! I was even buddies with the lady that worked there, all she did was give me an extra chicken finger. The fish wasn’t too bad either. Lack of season but at least the batter wasn’t overtaken the fish. Comes with a wedge of lemon for that touch of acidity.


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Roasted Chicken with Mash Potato: The roasted chicken was rough like sandpaper I use in home renovation projects, and dry as the dessert in the summer. I think my tongue is still in bad shape after a day of recovery. Try avoiding this one kids.


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To my surprise, you can get loaded and escorted by security if you drink too much beer at IKEA. They have a fine beverage selection too. Stella Artios, and Sleeman honey brown lager.
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At the end of the day, what the heck do you expect for $11.99 for 2 people? If you are on a tight budget and live / work an IKEA. You should go there and have breakfast or lunch. Just a tip though, don’t cut in line during the morning for breakfast. I heard there is a mob of senior citizens that frequents it regularly.

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