Enjoy a full meal of fondue, starting with salads and cheese, moving onto meat and seafood and wrapping up with something sweet (over 20 varieties of chocolate are available). Different cooking styles are available, using the grill, broth or deep-frying in olive oil.
I like the place. It is very cosy and small, very homely The food is so so, with us overdose of the cheese fondue as the wine taste made the fondue bitter. It's not like that in Switzerland. The grill was like normal Korean BBQ. The highlight was actually the mushroom soup. It's one of the best I had.
We took the set which is $45/pax. Include 2 starters, cheese fondue + platter, Choice of Grill/soup/fry + 3x meat/seafd. We took an additional Racelette. It was only 2 slices for i tink $14. What we appreciate is the variety of choices they gave to us despite using the groupon and set meal. The food came very fast. The service was terrible. only 2 Filipino waitress serving for about 5 tables at any 1 time. But they always seem to be busy rearranging their kitchen countertop or inside the kitchen. If they are out, they refuse to look and scan for anyone who needs help. Each time we try to get their attention, it takes us a good 5mins at leasts. They do not refil water, sulk when we told her the cheese fondue was too bitter with wine taste and asked if she could do smthing. When she took the cheese fondue pot away, she sulked w/o saying anything, when she came and put the pot done, she just dump the pot there. Seriously, there was no service except to put the food down. It wasn't v busy. 5tables; 3 x couple, 1 x 6pple, 1x 4 pple.
We just asked for refills of water and the cheese fondue problem. It felt so bad that we don't even want to try the chocolate fondue.
My Swiss boyfriend too me to this place on my birthday. We had a lovely meal and tasty fondue. We also indulged in a few bottles of wine. The decorations there are a bit tacky and service is good, but not excellent. But we enjoyed the cheese so much that we got two pots just for the two of us! I recommend the pepper cheese.
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