Cheddars Restaurant Menu

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  • Cheddars are a brand of baked Cheddar cheese-flavoured British-style savoury biscuit,having a granular crumbly texture unlike crackers which are harder, more brittle and flaky in texture. They are manufactured by McVitie's as an alternative to other snack foods such as fried potato crisps.
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cheddars restaurant menu
photo - Jonesy's Steakhouse Lunch menu
photo - Jonesy's Steakhouse Lunch menu
A tradition in the Napa/Travis/Vacaville area for over 50 years (I remember coming here for an important dinner celebration way back in the 1960s). The decor has gone decidedly upscale, but they still have the Jonesy's potatoes (hash browns with grilled onions and cheddar cheese!! - "Rostis", if you are from Switzerland -- yumm!!!!). UPDATE 2/2011: Sad news! We stopped by here, only to discover that Jonesy's is now closed (and has been for several months). I'm so sad.
"Aged Cheddar Chee"
"Aged Cheddar Chee"
On the menu at the Garlic Bistro, on Denman Street in Vancouver, British Columbia.