Well! What a throughly delightful dinner I just had! We were at the International Mall in Tampa and decided to grab a bite.
While already quite crowded by 5pm on a Saturday the wait wasn’t too horrible. We had a nice table with a good view of the interior, which was a strange blending of styles.
To say the menu is eclectic is a gross understatement. The menu itself is like a paperback book, be prepared to be overwhelmed with choices! I ordered the chicken tortillas and my husband got the fettuccine with chicken and sun-dried tomatoes.
While we waited for our dinners we were brought fresh bread and butter, quite tasty. Our dinners were great and we both enjoyed them a lot. My tortillas were served with little sweet corn cakes and beans it was delicious and quite filling.
Although I was already pushing full I decided to shove full, because what is a trip to the Cheesecake Factory without a slice of cheesecake? So my husband and I decided to split a piece of the “30th Anniversary Chocolate Cake Cheesecake” & and a coffee.
To say this cheesecake was good is like saying that diamonds are kinda hard. Pure nirvana. I said to my husband if I was on death row, this is what I want for my last meal.
While pricey, the slice was huge, no wait – HUGE, that’s more like it. We couldn’t finish it between us. It seemed almost like a sin to leave any behind but I was about to explode or slip into a sugar coma.
Atmosphere – Lots of seating but a little noisy. The decor is interesting but not overwhelming.
Service – Our waitress was pleasant and quite efficient.
Food – OMG Good!
Summary – What can I say, I loved the food, the cheesecake was unearthly.