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For every need, there is an appropriate fondue restaurant. Robert Lauriston faintly praises Fondue Fred as “fine for the low price.” They even serve all-you-can-eat cheesecake–after the fondue. “I can’t believe I ate that in college,” says Glencora.
On a more sophisticated note, anna loves the fondue at the Matterhorn, and The Dive likes the fondue at Cav, served with bread, apples, and walnuts.
And MSK admits (with a measure of embarrassment) that chain restaurant the Melting Pot in Marin is completely enjoyable. Kids love it, and even though the menu lists prices per person, you may order one massive serving for two to share. Enjoy!
Fondue Fred [East Bay]
2556 Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley
Matterhorn Restaurant [Russian Hill]
2323 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco
Cav Wine Bar [Hayes Valley]
1666 Market St., San Francisco
The Melting Pot [Marin County]
125 E. Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Larkspur
The Melting Pot [South Bay]
72 S. 1st St., San Jose
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