Cheddar Cheese Fondue with Cheddar & Emmenthaler Swiss cheeses, lager beer, garlic & seasonings served with chips. bread, apples, & veggies.
Spinach Artichoke Cheese Fondue with Fontina & Butterkase cheeses, spinach, artichoke hearts & garlic served with bread, chips, apples, & veggies.
House Salad with crisp Romaine & iceberg lettuce, cheddar cheese, tomatoes, croutons, sliced egg with ranch dressing.
Spinach Mushroom Salad with portobello mushrooms, red onion, chopped bacon, & Roma tomatoes with warm, burgundy shallot vinaigrette.
Breast of Chicken, Teriyaki-Marinated Sirloin, Citrus-marinated Pork Tenderloin, Breast of Duck, & Potstickers with potatoes, mushrooms, & broccoli served with 7 different sauces.
Chocolate Milk Chocolate Fondue served with strawberries, rice crispie treats, cheesecake, marshmallows, brownies, & pound cake.
When I first tried this restaurant, I really didn’t know what to expect. I listened intently to the server so I would know how this is supposed to work. And, oh my goodness, the cheesy fondue he stirred right before my eyes was to die for. I dipped just about everything into it and had a blast. The same thing happened for dessert with the chocolate fondue. I went to town dipping all sorts of things into that pot of chocolate goodness. I was in heaven.
But who knew I’d be forking over money to a restaurant for the honor of cooking my own food at my table? So, basically, I pay the restaurant, they bring me raw meat on a tray with skewers, and I cook it myself to the desired temperature then eat it. Wow. Now that’s different. I’m so used to paying restaurants to cook for me that I didn’t realize I’d been doing it wrong all along all these years. I mean, the stove is actually inside your table and you cook right on top of it for crying out loud. It was pretty funny when I thought about it. Definitely something different for me to try.
So, if you have nothing else to do today, take a trip to The Melting Pot and tell them you can’t wait to give them your hard-earned money for a tray of raw meat to cook for yourself.
I’d definitely go again. It’d be a fun date night with someone.
Take-Away Life Lesson: Ask how much they charge to bring your own pots and pans from home to use. Might as well since you’re cooking your own food anyway.