Surprised my wife by taking her here for her birthday dinner and overall everything tasted fantastic! They have rolling carousel of messages they put up on a tv in the front lobby. They had a nice birthday greeting for her on there so that was nice! You get a 4 course meal here for around 50$ or so depending on if you upgrade any of the cooking styles, meats or get the charcuterie board. This was our first time here, so we started the night off with the fondue that was calling us, the Spinach Artichoke fondue. It was fantastic. They give you breads, cheese, fruits, veggies and nuts to dip in it. The second course was a salad. I had the Caesar which was very good. Third course are the meats. The meat is served raw and cut into bite size pieces. You will choose from several different types of broth to cook it in. Even if you don't love cooking your own meat when you go out to eat, it's not a huge deal breaker considering the most it took to cook a piece of beef was like a minute and a half. I got mostly beef and fish so even if it didn't cook to well done, it was fine as that's how I prefer it anyway. The jalapeño filet mignon had to be my favorite of all the meats!! Ahhh it was so good! We ended up finishing off the night stuffed to the brim with our dessert fondue that is the 4th course. We were debating between the dark chocolate and s'mores fondue, but ended up going with the s'mores since my wife loves anything s'mores. It was GREAT! I can't imagine that you could go wrong with any of the dessert fondues here though. They all looked absolutely incredible! My only negative critique of this place is does seem a bit expensive for you having to cook your own meat. I'm not huge on it, but like I said, they do it to keep the 'dipping' experience cohesive. It was a great place to eat, though! Can't go wrong going here. Just be ready to pay a bit more.
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