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Part of the Swedish IKEA chain, IKEA at Alexandra Road is a one-stop mall for home furnishings. Renowned for its flat pack and self-assembly furniture, it is extremely popular with locals and foreign expatriates alike for its affordably priced products. 

Home organization products range from work desks and bookshelves to paintings, cushion covers, and bath towels.

Most visitors however do not merely visit the store for its retail products but its in-house restaurant, which serves delicious Swedish cuisine such as the highly popular Swedish Meatballs. The restaurant is crowded most days during the peak lunch and dinner hours with families, office crowd, and students studying around the area. be sure to beat the lunch crowd as seats are limited. Local cuisine such as Chicken Curry Rice avails but mains vary daily. Kids’ menu is also offered.

IKEA officially opened in Singapore in 1978 with a small store in Sixth Avenue before expanding to the building on Alexandra Road in 1995. In 2006, IKEA opened another and relatively bigger store in Tampines to serve residents living in the eastern region of Singapore.

IKEA is family oriented and parents can leave their kids under the supervision of IKEA staff at Småland, an indoor playground-cum-movie theatre.

Type of shop: Furniture Store
Budget level: Mid Range
Location: West, Singapore
Street address: 317 Alexandra Road
Nearest public transport: Queenstown
Opening hours: Daily 10.00am-10.00pm
Telephone: +65 67866868





IKEA Reviews

grace
Posted on
19-05-2010
by grace
Affordably priced home furnitures.
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grace
Posted on
19-05-2010
by grace
Café is highly popular with locals and expatriates making it extremely crowded during the peak lunch and dinner hours and difficult to get seats then.
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grace
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19-05-2010
by grace
In-house café serves good Swedish cuisine.
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grace
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19-05-2010
by grace
Kids-friendly
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grace
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19-05-2010
by grace
Located away from the city centre.
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