very characteristic/typical of NOUN; (too) much of NOUN
Also “NOUN NOUN している”. It usually contains a negative meaning but not always. Due to the flexibility of the expression, it is not commonly listed in a dictionary and it’s even hard to google it. Another example of such expressions is ABCのAの字もない.
Note that it’s very slang and some Japanese people (esp. old generations) may not understand it.
I don’t quite like a typical touristy spot.
I feel like having a quite cheesy pizza
This pyjama doesn’t look like a stereotypical pyjama (that a dad would wear), and looks modern and fashionable.