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Is This the Least Expensive Prix-Fixe in L.A.?

IKEA's prix-fixe menu this weekend is less than the price of the average restaurant valet

Photograph courtesy of isipeoria [flick]
IKEA food court

Leave it to IKEA, the maker of some of the world's most economically priced furniture, to give dineLA a run for its dollars. L.A.'s restaurant week starts on Monday, but IKEA has one-upped the city's best restaurants with a deal that will have families clammoring for a seat at one of the company's TORSBY tables.

For $7.99, get a soup or salad, main course, and either tiramisu or Chocolate Overload Cake for dessert. Entrée selections include Swedish meatballs (15) with mashed potatoes and lingonberry sauce; North Atlantic Saithe with mashed potatoes and carrots; roasted chicken with mashed potatoes and vegetables; or chicken tenders with French fries.

Despite the fact that IKEA food falls into the same category as most coach-level airline food—it's about as appetizing as ketchup on cardboard—three courses for less than the price of a movie ticket is still a darn good deal. Note that this prix-fixe is only available this weekend, from January 18 through 20.


http://www.lamag.com/Pics/arrow.png IKEA food [IKEA]

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