Phoenix >The Cheesecake Factory
Decadent cheesecakes and classic American cuisine makes this a popular chain..
Faux-rustic finishes and colorful light fixtures abound at this almost always crowded chain. The thick-as-a-book menu features Americanized versions of worldly cuisines--Mexican, Vietnamese, Italian, Thai--but succeeds best with American classics. Burgers are a good choice, especially the ""Roadside Sliders,"" mini burgers served as appetizers. The myriad cheesecakes are over-the-top in concept and decadence. You'll leave full, with leftovers.
its pricey but you get good food for that price.. they have allot of menu choices i have only had a few things from them i usally get the chicken castaleta or the chicken marsala. they are the best if you want a good meal go here.
Not Just Desserts. Cheesecake turned me off years ago with long lines, pushy servers & small, overpriced desserts. But I have to admit, the last six or seven times I've had a quality meal at a decent price, without the aggressive salesmanship. The colossal menu enables everyone in even a large party to find something tasty. I recommend the fish tacos or the vegetarian omelet, but most everything looks good - and large! Go early to avoid waits, and share a cozy dessert at the adjacent Borders instead.
Another Find. THE BEST !!! This restaraunt offers a unique ability to serve an american interpretation of a wide variety of foods from many cultures. The menu is almost a book, with more than 35 pages of food and appetizers. The portions, like the menu, are amazing. One item is more than adequate for two people.
Heavy Sighs of Confusion.
I'm confused about the Cheesecake Factory. How can a popular restaurant go from good to bad so quickly. My last visit to this location featured horribly uncomfortable chairs, something called a Caesar Salad and a slice of Cheesecake that was present still frozen in the center.
The service was good and the atmosphere nice, but the food was simply appalling. My Caesar salad was a mound of Romain lettuce serviced with a small ramekin of dressing that was thick as paste. No cheese. No crotons. No egg. Just lettuce and dressing.
The capper, however, was expecting a slice of NY Style Cheesecake to brighten my meal only to bite into ice crystals in the center. Yummy.
There are much better places along the Camelback corridor to try.
WOW! The Best Meal.
I just would like to say that I was WOWED!!
Our experence was terrific!
The Food was exceptional!
The service was fabulious!
Management was friendly and avaiable!!
One must have is the Navajo Sandwich. Warm Najavo fry bread! with a Chicken breast and all the fixings of a awsome sandwich inculding AVOCADO!
You'll have leftovers for the next day and it still is wonderful!
Dessert must inculde The "Caramel" Cheesecake...
named the "Dulce De Leche Caramel Cheesecake"
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