This place will definitely split opinions. It's small and you sit elbow to elbow with the people beside you at one of two long narrow tables running the length of the restaurant. Ladies have to climb over the table to get to the seat against the wall. The menu have two choices on it - either meat or cheese fondue. We had the cheese - it was OK but not as good as I've had elsewhere. The wine is served in babies bottles with the ends of the teats cut off.
As the place fills up it gets hotter and more raucous. As I said - you'll either love it or loathe it.
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