For those Mac and Cheese lovers out there, there’s nothing better than enjoying a standalone bowl full of these cheesy pasta. These three places serve macaroni and cheese, as side dishes alongside meat! Now, that doesn’t mean that their macaroni and cheese is automatically bad, in fact, I prefer them to the restaurants selling standalone baked macaroni and cheese.
It’s just my preference, but I really do not like baked Mac and Cheese (so side orders are the best places to find non-baked ones). On that note, these food opinions are of course, following my tastes and preferences. I absolutely disdain nacho cheese on macaroni and cheese, so as good as they might be, they won’t be on my list.
Mac and Cheese is available as a side dish for $2.20. A decent option if you have cravings, but honestly, it’s not the best. Being a more common outlet, though, I’ll get Mac and Cheese as a side dish whenever I order from it. Great to remember the taste, and update myself on whether it has improved.
Char Grill Bar
Not really Mac and Cheese, Char Grill Bar serves a cold variant – Mexican Cheese Pasta! For those who like their cheese pasta cold, or are curious to what it’ll taste like. Give it a shot, it’s really quite good.
The choice among these three isn’t actually very hard – this is just to compare the three more commonly seen Mac and Cheese side dishes. Meet Kenny Rodgers’ Mac and Cheese, order it as a side dish alongside their chicken, and you definitely won’t regret it. A personal favourite of mine, it oozes with tasty cheese and has a big enough portion for a side dish. It’s right there at the top of my list, sitting beside homemade Mac and Cheese (which is there for obvious reasons). Heck, it’s so good that you could just go there just to order their Mac and Cheese and not their speciality chicken and still be satisfied!