By now, I’m sure many of you would have heard of the famous Ikea Meatballs or even have tried them for n-times. These little balls meatballs are as famous as those furnitures sold by Ikea.
I remembered when I first told Huey that I’ve not tried them despite hearing rave reviews and praises about those Swedish meatballs. She was in rather disbelief at first knowing for the fact that I love food and not trying them is like me saying I hate ice creams (which is not true, btw).
So, to get all those curiousity and disbelief diminished, I’ve decided to join her and another friend for dinner at the said restaurant on one fine Friday night. Finding parking slot was rather easy so was the place.
First up, Ikea Meatballs. They come in 5’s, 10’s and 15’s. *tsk* Keeping my diet in check *tsk*, I took 10’s rather than 15’s. Indeed, the beef meatballs were rather tasty like what others have said. Not overly dry, those small-size meatballs were moist and nice. The gravy and the cranberry sauce (I think) that came along were best compliment with the meatballs. I finished up mine rather quicky. Yes, it was that delicious.
My other side dish was their Fried Chicken Wings. Yet again, it wasn’t dry at all. But it wasn’t as tasty as the meatballs. It’s just nice as snacks.
For dessert, I was told that I should try the Almond Daim Cake. The cake was quite good as they all said as it wasn’t sweet. It was just right to end a sinful meal.
Huey took the Princess cake. I took a bit of it and I quite liked it. 3 layers combined, it was quite sweet especially the green layer but it’s all good.
The total damage was RM22 (including a refillable soft drink). I guess it was quite reasonable judging by the food they served as well as the environment we were in. It was my first time there and I guess there will be many more to come in near future. What’s more is that they managed to maintain their food quality after all these years… or at least I was being told so.