I was looking for a special place to treat my daughter's family with a dining experience.While forewarned that the Melting pot was expensive I must admit that I was unprepared for the final bill. You have two options upon seating, you can choose a prix fixed four-course meal or choose individual courses of cheese, salad, entree,and chocolate desert. You might think choosing individual courses would be less expensive. If that is true than watch out. Dinner for three adults, a grandchild of 4 and another of 12 came to $225.00 with a 18% tip. To be fair this included a beer apiece for two adults and a glass of Malbec for the third. Kids drank water and two adults had coffee to end the meal. As to the food, I am a traditional Swiss fondue aficionado and I found their's left an acidic after-taste instead of the velvety, rich taste I am use to. Maybe it came from the kind of wine or quantity thereof used for their base. The second course Bourguignon based fondue was tasty. I found the duck and recommended teriyaki sirloin somewhat bland but loved the shrimp and my dsughter loved the BBQ beef. Another yes on the salmon and a definite no on the ravaolli. For desert whe chose the Dark Chocolate fondue. It was wonderful and helped end our evening on a sweet note.
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