The IKEA Museum restaurant, Köket, has a menu based on our famous meatballs but with a new modern take: Meat, fish, chicken or vegetarian. We also serve a selection of cold dishes and snacks. And you can of course go for just a coffee, glass of wine or a beer. Sunshine? Enjoy our outdoor café which is open as often as the weather permits.
You do not have to pay admission fee to visit our restaurant.
The Italians are back in Köket!
A new yet old favorite dish is back on the menu - the Italian meatballs. As before they are served with polenta, smoked tomato, parsley, Grana Padano, and tomato sauce.
Meat balls with potatoes, lingonberries, pickles and gravy.
Veggie balls with curry, yellow rice, mango chutney, dill raita, chapatti bread and roasted chick-peas.
Chicken balls with Israeli salad, sumac, hummus, feta cream and pita bread.
Italian balls with polenta, smoked tomato, parsley, Grana Padano, tomato sauce.
Salmon balls with miso broth, egg, nori, enoki, egg noodles, gari, sprouts, spring onion, coriander, kimchi and sesame.
Small portion, 50 SEK.
All main dishes in small portions.
Creamed macaroni with Falun sausage.
Pancakes with jam and whipped cream.
Cold dishes, snacks and goodies.
Enjoy our range of cold dishes and snacks, just perfect with a coffee, glass of wine or a beer: A variety of goodies and of course cinnamon buns!
If you are in need for a special diet, please contact the restaurant staff – we are happy to help.
We roll the meatballs
Restaurant Köket's meatball machine is hard working: 100 kilos of minced meat turns into 1500 pucks of meat in 25 minutes. Then we roll them by hand, fry them in the convection oven and voila, they are delicious meatballs on your plate!