For only $9.99 per person or $2.49 for kids 12 and under, guests can enjoy an endless meal of traditional Swedish food offerings such as Swedish holiday ham, smoked salmon, Swedish style meatballs with lingonberries, and much more.
Conshohocken, PA (PRWEB) November 30, 2011
It’s the time of the year again for celebrations, good laughs and gastronomic pleasures. IKEA, the Life Improvement Store, invites consumers to join in a fun Swedish tradition and enjoy the IKEA Julbord buffet, an all-you-can-eat holiday smorgasbord that will be hosted in the restaurants at all IKEA stores on Friday, December 9. For only $9.99 per person or $2.49 for kids 12 and under, guests can enjoy an endless meal of traditional Swedish food offerings such as Swedish holiday ham, smoked salmon, Swedish style meatballs with lingonberries, and much more.
Julbord is the standard Christmas dinner in Scandinavian countries. Julbord is a word consisting of the elements “Jul,” meaning Yule (synonymous with Christmas) and “Bord,” literally table. The classic Swedish Julbord is the highlight of Swedish cuisine and is eaten in three courses. The dishes include local and family specialties, beginning with typically a variety of fish as the first course, cold sliced meats such as ham as the second course, and warm dishes such as Swedish meatballs as the third course.
The IKEA Julbord menu includes:
Gravad Lax with Mustard Sauce
Smoked Salmon with Horseradish Sauce
Whole Poached Salmon
Hard-boiled Eggs with Shrimp
Swedish Cucumber Salad
Red Beet Salad
Swedish Potato Salad
Meatballs and Lingonberries
Boiled Potatoes with Dill
Crispbread, Thin Bread, Dinner Rolls
Swedish Rice Pudding with Almonds
Coffee, Tea, Fountain Beverage
Seating is limited so purchase your tickets early. Check out IKEA-USA.com or contact your local store for more details and seating times.
IKEA strives to be ‘The Life Improvement Store,’ and since its 1943 founding in Sweden, has offered home furnishings of good design and function, at low prices so the majority of people can afford them. There are currently more than 330 IKEA stores in 40 countries, including 38 in the U.S. IKEA, the world’s leading home furnishings company, incorporates sustainable efforts into day-to-day business and supports initiatives that benefit children and the environment. For more information, go to IKEA-USA.com.