This is a great place if you want to spend time socializing with your guests and having dinner be the event of the night instead of just a supplement. If this is your first time going here or those you are with, I would suggest the popular four-course meal. It is pretty easy to navigate that menu over the a la carte one and gets you 3 different types of fondues. Beware that you can easily spend between two to three hours from walking in to walking out. If you don't have that kind of time, you're likely to get frustrated with the experience, rather than enjoy it. Also, make sure you are going with people that you wouldn't mind spending that much time with in one sitting.
The food is great. Unless you have dietary concerns, there really isn't a bad dish. The cheese and dessert fondues are dipping fondues, while the main meat course will actually have you cooking your food piece by piece. If you are comfortable with those around you, I recommend everyone getting a different main entree and sharing between them. They are cut up into enough pieces to be able to do this easily and then you really don't have to think very hard on what meats you are missing out on if you choose the other dish.
The only reason I dropped to a four rating was because of the price. The atmosphere is great, the food is great, and the experience is fun and unique, but even without alcohol on the bill you can expect to spend around $50 per person. This is definitely a special occasion sort of place and not an every other week ordeal.
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