I was a little leery to try another fondue restaurant, after all who wants to eat beef boiled in flavored broth? Not to mention cooking your own food (what's the point of going out to eat?). I was pleasantly surprised to find two options, braising over a hot stone and the traditional fondue (cooking in a hot broth), hence the name Rok and Fondue. Having tried, and disliked the fondue style when I visited the Melting Pot, I opted for the hot stone. I still cooked my entire meal but it seemed to go a little faster on the hot stone. The portions were Ok and we were full without having to order the recommended "full experience". Had we accepted the appetizer and salad recommendation it would have been too much food. The pricing structure is similar to other fondue restaurants e.g. Melting Pot so be prepared for an ala carte menu that quickly runs up the bill. Having said this remember that you aren't locked in to their suggested "full experience" and it's Ok to just order a main course and dessert (the best part of fondue style cooking).
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