One of the owners greeted us as we came in. We were tired from a day of hiking so were there for an early dinner. As is mentioned in other reviews, it is expensive. So rather than the dinner fondue we used an appetizer fondue as our meal and each got an appetizer. The bread served with the fondue seemed stale. I know it is supposed to be dry so it doesnt fall apart, but this bread was difficult to spear with the fondue fork. The wines are not cheap, but there is a good selection. We were stuffed from all the bread and cheese so did not save room for the chocolate fondue dessert. While it was not the best fondue I have ever had (hard to compete with Raclette in the Alps) I enjoyed it enough, and the service was great, so I would definitely go back again.
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