I visited this restaurant with seven other ladies this past Sunday for lunch. Our waitress was wonderful, but the proportions were very small. When the waitress sat the cheese fondue pots down, I had to rise up in my chair to see the two inches of cheese in the large pots. The seafood platter had one lobster tail, one 2"x1" piece of tuna, 1/2 scallop, two large shrimp, and one 2"x1" piece of salmon. It costs $22.00 and you cook it yourself. We spent $240.00 with appetizers, 2 cheese fondue pots, 2 chocolate fondue pots, seafood, house wine, tax and tip and I walked away hungry. Don't go here if you are not prepared to spend a lot of money, even for lunch. The food is excellent, but not near enough for the price.
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