"Huge store with amazingly inexpensive products with nice, clean Scandinavian style. The one way maze through the two floors of displays is a bit disconcerting the first time you shop there- we made the mistake of eating at the second floor cafe (excellent, by the way) after we had spent over an hour exploring the store, and couldn't find any way back down other than re-walking the entire path again. So last time we ate first and then shopped. LOVE the Swedish food products- the meatballs alone are worth the trip. We always find some interesting household items as well."
"Familiar like every other IKEA. Great place to shop for furniture because they really put a lot of effort into presentation. The store really makes you feel as if you're looking at a room or kitchen. Nice about IKEA is that they keep good track of their inventory. What I mean by that is that when you're in the showroom, if a piece is not in stock, it will say so on the tag so you don't go looking for it in the self-service pickup downstairs. Their cheap food is actually pretty good too."
"IKEA is quite a shopping experience. Lots of home goods to choose from. The show rooms are a great way for people to visualize how they can use different furniture pieces in their own living spaces. Even at peak hours, it's very little hassle to find parking."
"I like their system with a showroom showing you the pieces in a set. You get the code and go take it to the factory where you can get your pieces. It has it's pros and cons but I like it. The products are good. All kinds of prices. Easy to assemble with a machine driver."
"Who doesn't love Ikea? The displays change frequently, prices are right and furnishings are great quality. I've never had an item break since they have opened. Highly recommend a visit to their Cafe. The ribs fall off the bone and the snack bar and food store on the way out have great deals. "