We know you love IKEA (2017 catalog rustic chic minimalism FTW) and certainly adore DIY-goodness, and frankly, we’re more than used to the two combining. Who hasn’t spent a night (or an entire weekend) putting together a POÄNG or a MALM? While stopping for a snack in IKEA’s restaurant is common enough for most shoppers of the Swedish decor superstore, now IKEA is introducing a new way to eat that combines their penchant for asking their visitors to take on a DIY approach and their yummy Scandinavian delights. That’s right, IKEA is opening a “do-it-yourself restaurant” that gives you the chance to run your very own pro-eating experience.

IKEA Dining Club

IKEA’s new DIY offering comes via their Dining Club and will allow you to prepare a meal for up to 19 of your friends under the supervision of a professional head chef. “Diners will orchestrate an intimate foodie experience in a homely kitchen environment to mimic an actual dinner party, but one where diners can host many more guests than usual.”

IKEA Dining Club

They’re giving you the chance to create your own menu — and even name the temp restaurant! — so that you can try out some special Scandinavian dishes to serve to your friends, family and any other famished folks you want to invite.

It’s a free experience for anyone who wants to participate (woo!); the only catch is that the Dining Club is located in Shoreditch, east London, and will only be open from September 10 to September 25. If you have a chance to go, be sure to enjoy a Swedish meatball or two for us.

Would you love the chance to run your own restaurant for a night? Tweet us @BritandCo!

(h/t Mashable; photos via IKEA)