We've been here twice and the concept is fairly cool, you finish cooking your own meat over a 700 sizzling rock.
It's a kind of fun way to try a meal, and my steak was pretty good. One nice thing is that you tend to cut small pieces and cook each one individually, so you don't eat too quickly - which can be good for people trying to watch their weight. On the other hand, they also push both cheese and chocolate fondues, which can be very caloric.
They had a variety of meats, including elk, buffalo, and kangaroo the night we visited. Although it's interesting to try kangaroo, it is a game meat and so tougher than the steak. They also have chicken, which doesn't cook as well on the hot rock, it can come out a bit dry.
The cheese fondue was OK, the chocolate fondue was good. I had both sauteed mushroom (really good) and vegetables (not very good). Food is at least 3.5 stars, but I give it 4 for the fun ambiance,
Be warned that he costs can jump quickly with the fondues. Our party of 6 spend just over $300 (incl tax/tip) with 6 entrees, 4 appetizer fondues, 3 dessert fondues, and no alcoholic beverages.
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