My husband and I spent our anniversary dinner at the Melting Pot--our first time there. Andrew was our server and guide through the journey of tastes and smells we enjoyed for several hours. First off, entering the restaurant is like walking into a haunted house--very dark, with crooked pathways. But the pathways take you to cozy tables where you can linger and luxuriate in a gastronomical paradise. If you can, go for the four-course deal. I liked the appetizer best--cheese fondue with veggies, breads, and green apples to dip. Second is salad (just the right size and very tasty); third is the entree (we had two kinds of steak, chicken, mahi mahi, and shrimp, with coq au vin); chocolate fondue is last (lots of options involving milk/dark/white chocolate, peanut butter, marshmallow, fruits). Our mistake was in trying to taste all of the entree sauces--there are six, and mixing all of them with blue cheese and chocolate was...not the brightest thing we've ever done. The next time (oh, yes, there will be a next time) I'll stick with just one sauce.
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