The cheese course was amazing as well as the meat and chocolate fondue. A fun and delicious night out!
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The place was smaller than expected -- I can see why reservations are recommended. The decor is sort of rustic/country/quaint -- if you wanted to really impress someone with the dining room, this is not the place. But everything else was great. Here is an...More
Had the pleasure of eating at this lovely restaurant, the main theme being Swiss, serving fondue and raclette. A very cosy ambience with good service and great food to go with it! We had a never ending serving of salad, potatoes and rice, with generous...More
We stumbled on this place a number of years ago and it ended up being a fabulous find. We brought our then younger girls (they were 6 and 8) and ordered the cheese fondue. My God, it was wonderful! It comes with a beautiful fresh,...More
Decor is quaint, very country. We ordered way too much food but were allowed to bring the chicken home, albeit wrapped in tin foil. They don't have 'to go' containers. We had chicken and veggies with the broth fondue, which was delicious; but the veggies...More
This is a dining experience! If you love cheese...and trust me, when you walk in, it's a heavy cheese smell, this is a MUST!. Melting cheese with a large variety of choices...bread, cold meats, veggies etc...delicious. Lots of fun to eat this way too. And...More
Oh my gosh, one of our best meals ever. I still dream about the raclettle -- cheese was fantastic, heater was clever (and helped keep the room warm during a very cold week), meats and accessories delicious. But the best of all was the fantastic...More
Loved this cozy place. The staff was lovely too. It was just two of us and we decided to have the raclette instead of the fondue. It was too much, we were a bit overwhelmed, but it was so fun to sit there eating it!