It features a DIY restaurant where guests are the chef, an Ikea cafe serving Swedish delicacies, inspiring workshops, a virtual reality kitchen and a unique shop, enabling visitors to take home a piece of the experience.
Visitors will have the choice of preparing either a brunch, lunch or dinner under their supervision of an expert head chef, then sit down with friends to enjoy the meal together.
Workshops will cover a range of topics, including creative cooking with kids, symmetry breakfast, fermantation, the future of food and clean eating. An Ikea café will also serve food all day.
Last year the homeware brand launched a 'Breakfast in Bed Café', serving diners traditional Swedish breakfasts in bed. It also celebrated the joy of storage with an immersive exhibition this year.
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