According to a recent report on Refinery29, an all-Cheetos restaurant is opening soon in New York, serving food choices that are entirely inspired by the famous cheese-flavored junk food.

Cheetos snacks are found in every convenience store branch around, and is considered a cultural phenomenon, Refinery29 stated. Now, a restaurant in #New York City is opening this #August 15 with an all-Cheetos menu.

The Spotted Cheetah” is reportedly serving a menu inspired by the favorite snack, which includes 11 dishes using various Cheetos flavors made by Food Network’s Chef #Anne Burrell.

The cheesy menu

The article took fans of the famous packed snack around their menu choices.

The restaurant will serve Cheetos Crusted Fried Pickles in creamy ranch sauce as a starter. Also lined up in its “Dangerously Cheesy Starters” is the Cheetos Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup, which reportedly appears like there are actual Cheetos pieces between the bread and the bacon strips.

The main menu items include Spicy Cheetos Nachos, Crusted Chicken Milanese with Cheetos, Macaroni and Cheetos, Hot Lemon Chicken Tacos and more, Refinery29 added in the article.

Cheetos and cheesecakes

New York has been known for its iconic cheesecake slices that are served around the world. But what about Cheetos cheese snack combined with the sweetness of cheesecake?

The new restaurant on the block is also reportedly serving desserts that include Cheetos Sweet Crusted Cheesecake, Cheetos Sweet and Salty Cookies, and White Cheddar Cheetos Sweet Apple Crepe.

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The report cited the restaurant website explaining the unique dish offerings lined up for the 15th of August when it opens in New York City.

“I have a passion for cheesy, crunchy and sumptuous food. After years of cooking dishes infused with cheese, Cheetos enthusiasts have started sharing their own recipes,” the website stated, with the product mascot Chester the Cheetah’s signature underneath.

The restaurant, which will open only for a limited run partnered with celebrity chef Anne Burrell who helped create the menu filled with the packed snack.

Interested diners should be quick like Chester the Cheetah, since the restaurant is reportedly going to just open from August 15 to August 17. They can reserve tables through Open Table platforms or they can sign up through The Spotted Cheetah website as wait listed guests.

According to the report, the restaurant hopes to be a permanent installment and establishment sometime in the future.