Fondue in Seattle

2 Apr
Entre Nous 206-905-1633
216 Stewart Street, Seattle Downtown
This is the kind of place you love to stumble upon–a tiny storefront in the middle of the block. Who knew? Sit in the front window while you enjoy duck a la Provencal or three-onion soup. Stop by for lunch and enjoy a Brie sandwich. Try tapas like Parma-wrapped asparagus or classic cheese fondue.
Specializing in French, Tapas, Fondue.

Melting Pot 425-646-2744
302 108th Ave NE, Bellevue Bellevue
This comfortable and pretty place is the third Melting Pot in the Northwest (Seattle and Tacoma). Go for the whole deal (cheese fondue, salad, entrée fondue, dessert fondue) at your own peril–it’s a lot of food. Better yet, you can mix and match to make your perfect dinner. Full bar.
Specializing in Fondue.

Melting Pot 206-378-1208
14 Mercer St, Seattle Queen Anne (Lower)
It’s always fun to cook and dip and attempt to keep cheese on a piece or bread or apple slice. Fondues range from cheese to oil to chocolate. Try one or all. Add a salad and some wine. If you try them all and find you just can’t manage dessert after all, they will let you come back another time to finish up. It works well if you want to stop in for a late night dessert bar side some night.
Specializing in Fondue


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