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The Melting Pot Restaurant Review: You don’t need to know a thing about cooking to prepare your own dinner at this attractive fondue restaurant with lots of sizzle. Dark and romantic, this outpost of the national chain is professionally run with helpful servers in sync with a different kind of dining. The food comes to you raw on plates that also have specific spots for various sauces. The array doesn’t look like near enough to assuage hunger, but by the end of the meal you’ll be sated, but hopefully not so much that there isn’t room for the chocolate fondue dessert. The appetizer cheese fondue made with four cheeses is practically a meal in itself. The entrée offerings are simple: seafood, chicken, pork or beef, ready for the diner to skewer and dunk in a simmering fondue pot. The wine list includes more than 250 selections, and if you want to know more about wine, enroll in the Melting Pot Wine Academy.