Don’t let the name fool you. “The Cheesecake Factory” is well known for its food and what its named after (Cheesecake). It can get really crowded over the weekends so it would be best if you made it an hour before lunchtime.
The “Chicken Madeira & Steak Diane” (BD 12.350) from their Factory Combinations menu is mouthwatering and worth every penny. You can share this with a friend, but if you want to go all out then this is the meal to go for. The steak bits are tender and juicy and the chicken was delicate and wholesome. The creamy mashed potatoes can really fill you up and you can use it to soak up the delicious juices from the meat.
The “Shrimp & Chicken Gumbo” (BD 9.950) with Shrimp & Chicken cooked with vegetables in a Cajun Style broth with cream was delectable and the rice really compliments this curry.
The “Chicken & Biscuits” (BD 9.000) was just about ok. The biscuits weren’t good enough to go with the stocky broth that accompanied the sautéed chicken and veggies.
The “Bacon Bacon Cheeseburger” (BD 6.800) from @thecheesecakefactoryme is expensive and the buns a disappointment. But the patty was juicy, bacon on point and the cheese really taking it home.
I still wouldn’t recommend this since there are a lot more dishes to try at @thecheesecakefactoryme. I don’t have to tell you how good the cheesecakes are and even if I did, I would recommend the “Godiva” cheesecake. The staff and service are exceptional and they do really go out of their way to make your experience better.