Our hotel concierge almost tried to talk us out of having dinner here because they said it was "too touristy", but we rolled the dice and went for dinner and had a great time. The live music is great (two guys on stage playing/singing) and they try and get the other guests involved. For dinner we had the champagne fondue and the Chinese fondue and really enjoyed both. Wine list is expensive and limited, but that's probably true of every restaurant in the city. (Waiter was nice and let us try 3 different ones before we picked something). I had never actually had cheese fondue before so this was a really pleasant first fondue experience, even if it had a touristy feel to it. Not a cheap dinner, but a memorable one.
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