Had my first eat out at CHEDDAR’S today, the atmosphere comfortable and pleasant despite the overcrowded waiting list that filled the doors and out into the parking lot. A waiting list for over an hour, but well worth it for this being my first visit. I want to thank my wife and stepson for taking me there and of course, LIZ our server who was very attentive, helpful, and courteous, had a passion for her job, and our desires as customers. Thank you LIZ. It did not take long from the time we placed our order until the food reached our table hot and delicious. Reasonably priced for the portions received, quality of food was outstanding. As a meticulous eater, I chose to test their skills in the kitchen as well as on the floor and was not disappointed. I had a new dish on the menu, which was the Braised fall-apart Pot Roast over mashed potatoes, carrots, onions, and celery, a Cesar salad with a fresh restaurant made croissant, a buttery flaky viennoiserie bread roll. The roll I must say was superb. WOW! At first I was skeptical about Pot Roast being on a menu in a well know restaurant, but they knocked this one out of the ballpark. The pulled meat fell apart as advertised on the menu and was so tender it nearly melts in my mouth before having the chance to chew: tasty, tender, tantalizing, and tempting enough for another go-round. Also enticed watching the food of other customers come from the kitchen, the sights, and smells reached my taste buds with intrigue, and having me wanting to try each one as I eyed them, making this a definite return to try something new. My overall experience and recommendation of a place to take family, friends, or for that lunch / dinner out with a loved one makes this a HIGHLY recommended restaurant to frequent should you live here or just visiting. Thank you to all that work at the CHEDDAR’S Casual Café 10708 E 71st St, Tulsa, OK 74133 (71st & 169 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma) incredibly good food there.
Great work! Love the place as one of the man who works there went up the play maze so he wouldn't be scared. Did an awesome job...will go back again…
This place is out of the way, but well worth fiinding. The atmosphere is casual, the food and service are top notch and prices reasonable. We had …
This place is awesome but fills up quickly on the weekends. If you want to get a seat quickly you need to go earlier as there is always a waiting list. I have been here for drinks first ands then to eat too. The bar area also fills up quickly too. The place is not very big and many people go here as it really is pretty popular. Their chicken fried steak is out of this world, so go with a big appetite. I love this place and the atmosphere. The wait staff has always been friendly and helpful too for as many people as that place can accomodate and as busy as they get. The wait is well worth it to me everytime. I have waited from 10 to 45 minutes the times that I have gone.
LOL that guy must not have been able to afford his bill. This restaurant is one of the best places to eat in Tulsa, and the menu is always innovative and fresh. Also if you are vegetarian or on another special diet, just ask and the chef can whip up something truly amazing to make you palate dance.The flavors are always fresh and delicious, and the ingredients are locally sourced when possible. The prices are right on par with the quality and service that you'd expect from a fine dining restaurant.If you want an idea of what to expect, get a breakfast burrito from them at the Cheery Street Farmer's Market Saturday mornings; that is if they haven't sold out yet...
We were a group of eight on a Sunday evening 8 PM. After a forty minute wait we were seated at a very cramped table meant for six. The food is served on small plates in smaller portion sizes (thanks for that two spoon full macaroni portion). The steaks were cooked to order (a miracle around this area) but lacked seasoning. The chicken was also devoid of all flavor save that of the catfish they fried in the same oil some time ago. My baked potato had so much dry rot i thought it may burst into dust at any second. For the $110 bill i would have expected much better food. Next time I'd rather spend $20 at Popeyes and actually have enough to eat.
If you want good affordable authentic mexican food this is the place to come to.They have a menu with a variety of mexican favorites, My favorite is the huarcahe with asada meat topped with mexican style sour cream, and queso fresco( a mexican cheese) although all the other items are menu look delicious as well, They have great customer service from the moment you walk through the door they make you feel welcome,I will definitely keep going back!!
We just left there....it's Saterday night and we just waited 2 1/2 hours for a 1 1/2 wait. The lady lied to us and seated another group in front of us. We don't have a Cheesecake Factory in our town so we eat a this restaurant every chance we get. I am very disappointed at the service we received. We may not ever return. all 16 of us will be giving this same review. We are very very disappointed in the way we were treated.
I used to go to TGIF weekly...then the food quality went way down. You can tell they are using a lower quality of frozen food now they heat up . The atmosphere is great, the look of the resturant is great...the service is usually excellent.....but, now the food sucks.
Had Ceasar Salad and chicken noodle soup (they ran out of the soup of the day, Corn Chowder). Ceasar lacked enough dressing and the romaine was watery. Asked for more dressing. Soup was barely warm and just average. Great carrot cake. Busy place.
Used to be a top 10 restaurant now not sure even a top 20. Beef tenderloin for $30 tasted like something from Western Sizzlin. Caesar salad drenched in dressing. Chop salad for $20 hardly had any chicken. Sloppy
Had the cluck & oink it was great but carrots where cold & when I sent then back they brought out carrots that where so HOT it blistered the roof of my mouth. I didn't dare complain again.