This was one of our few planned places to eat during our trip. I didn't disappoint but it certainly did live up to the reviews here on TripAdvisor. Perhaps it is because I read the reviews here that I come out of the experience a bit biased but I agree with many of the reviews. The food and service were very good but expensive based on what you get. It was our costliest meal during our trip.
The fondue and choices offered us met our expectations. Atmosphere was rustic. In the room we were seated in was very eclectic by design, triangular in shape and seemed that the walls were the exterior of 3 different buildings. We wondered much about the stories they would tell! Anyhow, we had a 3 course fondue meal recommended by our server who I think could have been the owner. Portions were properly sized although it seemed small at first.
I think what gets you thinking about the price is that you are served bread with the fondue cheese, meats to dip in the sauce and fruits for the chocolate. It doesn't seem too complex to prepare. We accompanied our meal with a couple of beers and sodas for the kids. So there was no bottle of wine to make it more expensive.
Bottom line is we were here for the experience, we paid for it but it was good. Would we return, maybe, if we longed for the experience again - not many fondue places in NJ but there's always that chain somewhere. Otherwise, I'd rather seek out a nice bistro! Still I'll give it 4 stars. If the price could be $15 less per person then this would have been a different review and the 5 stars given.