At Cheesecake Factory, a variety of food(including their famous cheesecakes)are offered. Not only is great food offered, but in huge portions making this an excellent value. To start, order one of their appetizers(even though I have never tried them). Don't worry about ordering an asian style appetizer, because in Newsday, they rated chain restaurants and said the asian specialties were not precooked, but made to order. Next, choose your entree or sandwich.
I personally recommend the S(Shrimp)LT, brimming with shrimp, lettuce, and tangy tomatoes, one of their juicy, tender steaks, or some grilled chicken medallions with a juicy grilled flavor, this entree is served with mashed potatoes and veggies. While I recommend the Cheesecakes for dessert, I can't have them due to an egg and gluten allergy, however I can eat and love the sweet goblet of strawberries served with freshly made whipped cream and chocolatey chocolate sauce. Considering how this place gets crowded, service is excellent,the waitstaff are patient and extremely friendly. There is faux egyptian decor and soothing music in the background. Cheesecake Factory gets crowded on weekends(Waits up to 1 hour)
so get there early. Brunch is usually not crowded but a great time to eat. This is what makes Cheesecake Factory a great restaurant.