Monday, March 31, 2008

Germany 2007: Breakfast at Ikea


A weekend breakfast at Ikea is a family treat, hugely popular in Germany. It's very cheap (it's Ikea, after all), at about 4 euro a person, depending on what you order. On my tray, above, we have a pretzel, 2 bread rolls, scrambled eggs, salami, cheese and teeny-tiny Nurnberger sausages. Ooh, and coffee!!! Unlimited hot drinks - coffee, tea, heisse Schokolade, whatever. Can you imagine how hyper I got after this? Whoooooooooooooooooooo whooo! Let's go shopping and buy a cheap couch!

My host mother's more sedate plate.

For those of you who don't travel much, let me tell you that Ikea is exactly the same all over the world.

4 comments:

kitchen hand said...

That looks great. I wish Ikea Richmond had a German breakfast.

Belle said...

I love reading about your German adventures. I did the language at school and have forgotten most of it. Heisse schokolade is about as good as it gets. Tchuss!

Lisa said...

Looks good! I tried so hard to get my cousin to go w/me to the cafe when I was in Kassel, but he wasn't going for it. Fortunately, we have one opening nearby soon, so I will get to finally eat there. IKEA's fun!

em said...

I LOVE IKEA FOOD! haha this post made me chuckle!