Secondly, did you know the awesome fact that they honor foods like waffles, cinnamon rolls and candy with a dedicated day annually? How amazing is that! I'd look forward to Waffle Day... everyday.
Excitedly, we followed the non-existent queue for our breakfast trays. We each ate our own hot continental breakfasts for a meagre $2.95 plate each and some hot tea and coffee for a few dollars more. The whole experience felt like a cheap brasserie with lots of kiddies roaming about minus waitservice. As we were the first few to arrive, the food was hot and ready to serve.
For those with kids, it's a great place to have a nibble or tea because it's family friendly and a great advantage to have before shopping for home stuff in the IKEA store. What I did love was the Family Station which is a collection of little colourful tables and chairs that the kids clambered all over and there are dedicated colourful cups, cutlery and plates to use as well.
I happened to snag a few IKEA pencils for home since they are pretty nifty little pencils for the pencil jar. It only had occurred to me now that I've gone through a yellow phase! My new jacket is bright mustard yellow and as you can see here, so was my nails at the time.