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While no compelling reason exists to eat at IKEA unless you're shopping there, you're doing yourself a dis-service if you're buying furniture without dining. And we don't mean a chicken wrap or a salad. We're talking a plate of Swedish meatballs. With the gravy. And the potatoes and (most importantly) the lingonberries. You're only going to make the trip to IKEA maybe -- what? - twice a year, and we recommend meatballs on both visits, just to stay on the safe side. If you're feeling meatballed-out, the salmon will suffice, but they'll keep the meatballs coming here all day from 10 in the morning till after 8 at night. That's exactly the sort of fortification you're going to need to read all those assembly manuals later.

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