Your relationship may be hanging by a thread, as you argue about being lost/buying a LACK table/whether you really need that decorative cactus, but one thing that Ikea has become known for is its food.
People may be ashamed to tell you about it, but we know for a fact that for many, the hot dogs and meatballs are pretty much the best thing about visiting the store. (That and stealing as many pencils as possible).
Our friends over at HuffPost Canada brought the company's recipe collection to our attention, which features "the best in seafood, lingonberries and elderflowers — classic ingredients used in Swedish cooking. Some notable recipes for 2014 include a cheese and dill quiche, pancake cake and cold poached salmon with caviar sauce."
If you haven't been to Sweden, then you may not be aware that the food is flipping fantastic. Ikea may not be gourmands (then again, they don't profess to be) but this is - surprisingly - a great way to introduce people to Swedish food.
Our advice: unless you like eating in silence, visit the cafe BEFORE you start shopping for furniture because lord knows you won't be talking to each other afterwards.
Be honest - are you an Ikea food fan? Tell us in the comments below.
Mini cream cakes with raspberry and vanilla custard filling, coated with pink marzipan.
Lingonberries grow wild in the ancient forests of Sweden. You can use this syrup as a drink mixer.
For just 50 cents.
Minced meat formed into round balls and fried.
Meatballs (At Restaurant)
When you don't have the patience (or time) to make your own, opt for in-store meatballs.
Organic refresher made with white elder flowers.
IKEA Frozen Yogurt
Soft serve never tasted so good.
You can pick these bad boys up for a dollar.
Topped with vanilla sauce.
Paired with meatballs and gravy of course.
Cheese And Leek Pie
A short-crust pastry with cheese and leek.
Grated raw potatoes, fried as a pancake.
Organic durum wheat pasta shaped like elks! Cute!
Sweet, creamy chocolate coated foam.
Elder Flower And Orange Jam
A mix of orange jam with orange peel and elder jam.
Potato-based dish with broccoli, leek, onions and cheese.
Toasted, brittle crisprolls with cardamom flavour.
Also marinated for taste.
Biscuit With Chocolate Filling
Classic biscuits filled with chocolate.
A soft bread from Northern Sweden.