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01-02-2020, 22:55   #1
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IKEA 6 item breakfast for €1

https://www.ikea.com/ie/en/campaigns...od-pubd6e61051

6 item brekfast includes : 1 sausage, 1 bacon, 1 omelette, 1 hash brown, baked beans and ½ grilled tomato.
Vegeterian option includes: 1 vegetarian sausage, 1 hash brown, 1 omelette, baked beans, mushrooms and ½ grilled tomato.

€1 (Regular price €3.25).

If you have a members card, you can also have a hot drink.

Served Monday to Friday until 11 AM. Offer is valid from 03/02/2020 until 27/03/2020.
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02-02-2020, 02:45   #2
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02-02-2020, 09:55   #3
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Not meaning to be rude but I don't even think an IKEA breakfast is worth a euro. All of their food is so processed, I'd never eat there again.
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I'm the complete opposite, I think IKEA food is the tits. If only they did takeaway!

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Not meaning to be rude but I don't even think an IKEA breakfast is worth a euro. All of their food is so processed, I'd never eat there again.
Not meaning to be rude, but most items in any full fry up breakfast is processed no matter where you get them
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02-02-2020, 16:42   #6
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Not meaning to be rude, but most items in any full fry up breakfast is processed no matter where you get them

Sounds lovely!
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Not meaning to be rude but I don't even think an IKEA breakfast is worth a euro. All of their food is so processed, I'd never eat there again.
Would agree with this, their breakfasts are pretty rank. Have had it a couple of times and the sausages are just awful flavourless muck, Ive never tasted sausages like them in Ireland so would say they come in from abroad and are far from the taste we are used to.

But their main menu though has some decent options, Ive never been let down with the fish and chips in there and they do a decent prawn salad for 3.50 too.
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What a time to be alive. People arguing over the merits of a breakfast served in a warehouse.
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What a time to be alive. People arguing over the merits of a breakfast served in a warehouse.

For a €1.
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What a time to be alive. People arguing over the merits of a breakfast served in a warehouse.
Is this First World problem or we are one level higher already (Zero World problem maybe?)
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6 item breakfast E1 in IKEA

https://www.ikea.com/ie/en/campaigns...od-pubd6e61051

Damn! Damn! Damn!

Just about to hop into the car to avail of this offer and I noticed the small print. On the bright side, at least I checked in advance.

Subject to availability. Served Monday to Friday until 11 AM. Offer is valid from 03/02/2020 until 27/03/2020.

Definitely going there for brekki next week.
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https://www.ikea.com/ie/en/campaigns...od-pubd6e61051

Damn! Damn! Damn!

Just about to hop into the car to avail of this offer and I noticed the small print. On the bright side, at least I checked in advance.

Subject to availability. Served Monday to Friday until 11 AM. Offer is valid from 03/02/2020 until 27/03/2020.

Definitely going there for brekki next week.
How far will you have to drive Murt?
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08-02-2020, 18:43   #14
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How far will you have to drive Murt?
About a 15 mins drive and no clean up (no tolls either ).

I don't normally buy a breakfast out in Ireland but I bought two in Clarkes in Cabra during the week @ E9.00 each so small wonder.

https://www.facebook.com/ClarkesHomeBakery/
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08-02-2020, 18:44   #15
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Their food is tasteless. This offer wouldn’t entice many imo.
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