This is one restaurant that my in-laws always request to go to when they come to visit. It is very cozy-- decorated like a rustic alpine chalet. I don't particularly like fondue-- I find it very heavy, but everyone else really enjoyed it. There is always more than enough, and no one goes away hungry. Since I don't like fondue, I ordered another cheese dish--tartiflette, a delicious casserole of potatoes, bacon, onions, and white wine topped with a crust of Reblochon cheese. It was fantastic, as was the shot of genepi, a "digestif" to help with the heavy cheesy but oh so delicious meal. A great restaurant! I highly recommend reservations, especially during the winter months.
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