Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Trip to Vancouver, Washington and Portland, Oregon - Part II - The Cheesecake Factory

For the rest of the second day we visited two malls before we had dinner. We went to Lloyd Center Mall which was pretty uneventful. From there, We were going to take public transportation into downtown but the weather was getting worse so we decided not to. We were looking for camera stores that sell Canon stuff. For some reasons, the camera stores we visited did not carry any Canon and we were told to try Shutterbug. So with our GPS set to the nearest Shutterbug, our adventure began. We had no idea where we were going to end up. We all thought we would end up at a tiny ghetto Shutterbug store and it would all be a waste of time because they wouldn't have what we want either. About thirty or so minutes later, we arrived at this bigger and newer mall that looked ten times better than Lloyd Center Mall. Not only we found what we came for, we also found the place where we wanted to have dinner at. This mall we end up at was Washington Square and The Cheesecake Factory was where we ate.

Their menu is HUGE, check out their website and you'll know what I mean. We ordered Evelyn's Favorite Pasta and Thai Noodle Salad. That morning I had a little bit too much of IHOP so I was craving for some asian food. The closest thing I could find on the menu was Thai Noodle Salad and it turned out to be pretty good, but not too much noodle, which was really what I wanted. The pasta was good too, lots of different yummy veggies and pine nuts. Their bread was wonderful too. The dark one was sweet, think it was chocolate flavour. We had two baskets of breads before our meal :P We were so full so we all just ate my friend's cake. She ordered Stefanie's Ultimate Red Velvet. It was a huge slice, a lot bigger than other cakes and very tasty... Picture time...










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The Cheesecake Factory

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