March on to Ikea Singapore for its new adorable whale buns, waffles & other offers this month

By Evan Mua March 6, 2023
March on to Ikea Singapore for its new adorable whale buns, waffles & other offers this month
March will be a whale of a time at Ikea! Photos: Ikea Singapore
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Honestly, we don’t really need another reason to visit Ikea Singapore, but the furniture giant keeps offering them anyway (we’re not complaining).

It recently announced a slew of new offerings, including an adorable bun in the shape of a whale that’s sure to capture everyone’s hearts.

The news follows the success of previously launched animal-shaped buns by the Swedish retailer, including a highly sought-after shark bun.

Like its other counterparts, this new puffy whale bun (S$2.80) is almost too cute to eat. Crammed with red bean filling, it’s a soft and delightful snack that will thrill kids (and adults, too). It will be available for a limited time only, while stocks last, similar to Ikea’s previous animal bun offerings.

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Catch the adorable whale bun while you can. Photo: Ikea Singapore

Other than the lovable marine mammal, Ikea will also be introducing another limited-time special to its Singapore menu — waffles! In conjunction with Waffle Day on March 25, you can celebrate the occasion by opting for one of two flavours of waffles available at the store. 

Those who enjoy the sweet things in life will want to get themselves a plate of English waffle with lingonberry, chocolate sauce and cream (S$3.50, S$3 for Ikea Family members) while the English waffle with marinated salmon and green salad (S$6, S$4.90 for Ikea Family members) will satisfy those who prefer something savoury. The waffles will be available while stocks last.

Those with little ones may want to bring their tots down during the March school holidays, since its Swedish restaurant is offering Ikea Family members an offer where the kids eat for free.

From March 13 to 17, kids dining in will get their choice of a free kids’ meal with each main purchased from the regular adult menu. The options include kids meatball, kids plant balls, and kids pasta, which normally go for S$3 each.

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Everyone’s favourite Swedish restaurant finally has waffles! Photos: Ikea Singapore

Last but not least, the retailer will be commemorating Earth Hour and supporting the switch to more sustainable meal options with offers on two of its plant-based favourites on March 25.

Its eight-piece plant balls with mashed potato and mixed vegetables will be going for S$6.50 (U.P. S$8.30) and its plant-based schnitzel will be going for S$7 (U.P. S$8.80), while stocks last.

Ikea has also pledged to donate S$2 for every Earth Hour menu sold on March 25 to fund the WWF eco-schools climate change programmes, if you need more reason to get in on the deal!

Ikea Singapore is on the GrabMart delivery service and offers free delivery (up to S$3 off) with GrabUnlimited. Book a ride to its outlets.

Ikea Singapore

Multiple stores islandwide 
Open: Operating hours vary across stores

Multiple stores islandwide 
Open: Operating hours vary across stores

Evan Mua


Evan started off writing about food on Instagram, before joining outlets such as Buro and Confirm Good to pursue his passion. His best work usually comes after his first whisky shot in the morning.

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