IKEA is selling full English fry-ups for a quid

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It doesn't matter if you need furniture or not. It's time to go to IKEA.

The multinational retail company has started serving cooked breakfasts for a quid.

IKEA's cafe - initially made famous by its mighty meatballs - is offering customers the opportunity to build their own fry-ups... and you'll only need to part with £1 for the pleasure.

You can take your pick from any six breakfast items, and if you've got one of those special IKEA family cards you even get a free hot drink.


The promotion applies before 11am on weekdays - so you'll be able to take advantage of the bargain breakfast Monday to Friday.

If you're visiting on a Saturday or Sunday, a full fry-up will cost a little more - but it's still an absolute steal at £2.50.

Items available in the breakfast include classics like bacon, sausage, beans, hash browns, tomatoes and eggs, with a number of veggie equivalents.


The £1 breakfast deal runs up until 27 March, so it might be time to start planting the seed with your significant other that your wardrobe needs replacing or something - just so you've got a good excuse to visit.

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