I know that i shouldn't get my hope up but i really found the meatballs bland. Hopefully next time it is better. Fingers crossed.
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After walking through the full IKEA store you are bound to be hungry. They have a good selection of hot and cold dishes at below average prices. It is not a gourmet meal, but consistently good for the price. Good selection for kids as well.
Sure, it is a cafeteria style eatery, but with a few valuable twists. The hot meals are very well prepared and reasonably priced (where else can you get poached coho salmon with sauce bernaise for under $10 ?). There's usually a special on, and the...More
The food was good and at a reasonable price. It is self serve cafeteria style - fill your tray and go to the cash. The selection of meals is very large from sandwiches to hot meals. Some dishes are of Swedish origin but many are...More
For a weekend breakfast, we had the goat cheese & spinach egg white omelette with a fresh English muffin & plenty of ripe fresh fruit plus a traditional breakfast with tomatoes slices. Each were well-balanced, healthy & less than $4!! We also enjoy it for...More
Ikea has definitely figured out crowd control, because no matter how busy it is you never have to wait. It is always fast and delicious food at a great price. It is always clean as well.
We had a few hours to waste before our hotel was ready, Ikea was one stop we made. We had lunch, because we knew that it would not cost us an arm and a leg. It didn't break the bank. Basic lunch.
My daughter really likes the mac'n'cheese there. The kids meal price hasn't been raised for a while, though it's composition has shrunk from a meal+drink+apple slices+frozen yogurt to the choice of apples or yogurt, to just apples. Still not a bad deal. The regular meals...More
Were shopping there today and had lunch had the salmon sandwich was okay not great but good for a break and quick lunch price was good Would stop again if in the store
Who isn't exhausted and overwhelmed at the end of a shopping mission at IKEA? The superstore resto was a sight for sore eyes...and a great place for sore feet. There are diverse seating areas for dining from the sunny window cafe area to a whimsical...More