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[IKEA] Dec 13 - $19.99/$15.99 AYCE IKEA buffet. North York, Etobicoke,Vaughan

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[IKEA] Dec 13 - $19.99/$15.99 AYCE IKEA buffet. North York, Etobicoke,Vaughan

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December 13th from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
IKEA FAMILY member price $15.99
Regular price $19.99
Kids price $7.99 (ages 12 and under)
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Is it something they do it every year or for the first time?

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Thanks op! Should be quite entertaining too culturally
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As someone who loves to eat I can personally say that at regular price I would pay a couple bucks more and head to Mandarin during their weekday lunch time and go full out on their menu. Something about an abundance of meatballs and mashed potatoes that will make my stomach hurt trying to get my moneys worth at IKEA.

I can buy most of the stuff they sell there to cook at home anyways.
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While it seems quite interesting, I also feel like $15.99-$19.99 a person is quite a bit at Ikea for a menu of mostly chicken, potatoes and meatballs (although I do love their meatballs).

Plus I don't know how much food you'll get your hands on. The line up and wait at the North York Centre location can get quite long, and it'll probably be worse if lots of people are there to try a 1 day buffet. I can imagine it'll get pretty chaotic. lol
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The idea of eating buffet at a furniture store just doesn't seem right.
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how much meatballs could you possibly eat though?
You would have to eat 3 plates, or 4 plates non members to break even....
unless proceeds go to good cause, i'll pass
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Dreamrider wrote:
Dec 10th, 2017 2:49 am
how much meatballs could you possibly eat though?
You would have to eat 3 plates, or 4 plates non members to break even....
unless proceeds go to good cause, i'll pass
Wouldn't something like Salmon lower the breakeven point?

Given the size of Ikea's portions these days, if you eat there regularly, its probably a good deal 'cause im pretty sure most could eat 3+ plates. Of course thats @ regular price, it probably becomes 6+ plates if its on sale... now that might be a bit tougher...
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Paigne wrote:
Dec 10th, 2017 3:51 am
Wouldn't something like Salmon lower the breakeven point?

Given the size of Ikea's portions these days, if you eat there regularly, its probably a good deal 'cause im pretty sure most could eat 3+ plates. Of course thats @ regular price, it probably becomes 6+ plates if its on sale... now that might be a bit tougher...
The butter chicken would break even pretty quickly, two would be equivalent to one haddock/chips
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Y’all need to read the article. The menu is in there. Can confirm from the ad at North York.

“Oven-baked or boiled Christmas ham, meatballs, herring, marinated salmon, eggs, potatoes, variations of cabbage, crisp bread, cheese, gingerbread”
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i'm sure the food will be ok. but i would rather spend that money at a Chinese buffet or AYCE korean BBQ

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