Cheetos, one of the flagship brands from PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay division, is now bringing Cheetos-inspired dishes to life in New York City at The Spotted Cheetah, the first-ever restaurant devoted to all things Cheetos.
Located in the heart of New York City at 211 W. Broadway, The Spotted Cheetah will be open to the public by reservation only August 15 – August 17 and will provide guests the opportunity to enjoy the ultimate Cheetos dining experience.
The menu combines the beloved cheese and crunch of Cheetos with chef Anne Burrell’s culinary talent. With her trademark spiky blonde hair and fun, pumped-up personality, Burrell has worked some of the top restaurants in New York, including her new restaurant, Phil & Anne’s Good Time Lounge, studied culinary landscape and traditions of Italy, and authored two popular cookbooks, Cook Like A Rockstar and Own Your Kitchen. Now she’s lending her culinary expertise at something completely different with the world’s first Cheetos restaurant.
“As a long-time Cheetos fan, I’m thrilled to join forces with a snack brand that is truly an iconic American staple,” said Burrell. “I had so much fun curating this specially crafted, one-of-a-kind menu for the first Cheetos restaurant – I can’t wait to see guests’ reactions!”
The three-course menu will range from $8 to $22, and will feature a total of eleven signature Cheetos-inspired dishes showcasing well-known Cheetos flavours – Cheesy, Flamin’ Hot, Flamin’ Hot Limón, Flamin’ Hot Chipotle Ranch, White Cheddar, Cheddar Jalapeño, and even the Sweetos flavours of cinnamon sugar and caramel.
“Once again, our fans have inspired us with their creativity and playfulness. We’ve seen their love for Cheetos exhibited through innovative dishes, desserts and beverages, which motivated us to create a restaurant that would bring a full Cheetos culinary experience to life,” said Ryan Matiyow, senior director of marketing, Frito-Lay. “The Spotted Cheetah is a fun and delicious way for Cheetos to celebrate a variety of favourite flavours in an upscale and playful culinary setting that will wow our guests.”
Guests clamoring for a taste of Cheetos-inspired, palate-pleasing dishes can reserve a spot starting August 8 by visiting here and making a reservation using the OpenTable app on the homepage. Reservations are limited, and based on availability.
For anyone who wonders how the dishes are made, or who are unable to dine in New York, all the recipes are available in a free digital cookbook at The Spotted Cheetah’s website, which will be available for download starting August 15 so Cheetos fans have the opportunity to recreate all of the dishes for their friends and family at home.