Quirky, historic and fun.
Basic cheese fondue which was good. We did not order the meat fondue but it looked fine. The appetizer platter is weird but interesting (boiled potatoes, green olives, chopped up pieces of bologna, pickled onions, cornichons, salamis)
You arrive and are asked meat or cheese.
Your appetizer platter comes.
You are brought an apertif, (tasted like sangria)
You are brought a red or white baby bottle of wine.
Fondue pot delivered with endless baskets of bread.
I believe there is a dessert but we passed in search of a crepe elsewhere :).
If you act like a tacky, loud mouth, annoying tourist you will get treated like one.
If you act like a polite, jovial tourist enjoying your experience and happy to be there you will have a ball.
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