Not a Swiss Fondue at all. At the end, if you pay with a foreign credit card, they will rip you off with a very bad exchange rate, no choice to pay in local currency. And don't expect a "bye bye" when you leave...
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We were not sure what to expect from a Swiss Fondue restaurant in Medellin but we were very pleasantly surprised. This is what the restaurant specializes in. No frills... just pure and simple Fondue with a choice of type of cheese ranging from stronger to...More
I had walked by this place and always thought it was dessert-oriented. Not so! The menu is full of delicious options that you cook yourself in a fondue pot. I got the chicken and beef mixto which turned out to be great. With a bunch...More
Amazing restaurant to share with your couple or your family and friends, is a quiet, elegant place, the food is amazing and the staff are kind, always helping you. You need to make reservation cause is always full. But you have to try everything !!...More
We had dinner on November 2nd or 3rd. We ordered different fondues to share, and they were all delicious. The food,mthe place, the servise and the wine were all excelent. I would recommnded to everybody. And the price is also very attractive.
A French Fondue and Crepes restaurant which served excellent food with a variety of sauces. Remembering that we are in Colombia, not France, so we were surprised at the excellent menu, attentive waiter, excellent fruit juices, and for a fraction of the price you would...More
This is an awesome place, the decoration is like we said here in Medellín: "Bohemia", always ask for the mixto meat fondue, its just a bucks more and its a lot more meat. Remember that you fry your own pieces of meat in a hot...More
We had a delicious fondue and salad to share for lunch, and so enjoyed the classical music and quiet ambiance.
We really enjoyed this fondue place and had a two-for...one for cheese and one for steak. Yummy, My granddaughter had never done fondue and she loved it.
Quick lunch with a friend on my second day in Medellin. I had forgotten about fondue! chicken actually was better than beef, and the salad was an interesting collection of grains and greens and corn.