Fondue is an awesome dish when the weather is not too hot: not only it is good, but it is perfect to fill up your belly on a cold day!
I went to few restaurants that serves it: Artisanal and Kashkaval where I sure enjoyed it! Walking in Hell's Kitchen, we noticed Vintner Wine Market (also called Ninth Avenue Vintner). It is a small and quaint place that sells wine, beer (they have a huge selection) and cheese from all over the world: France, Italy, etc.
When we saw that they had cheese fondue on their menu, we definitely had to try it!
The fondue took almost 25 minutes to come and was served with bread, slices of apple (never tried it before) and some spicy salami.
The fondue was pretty good: the cheese was creamy and smooth, and you could taste a bit of the alcohol. I liked the combination of apples and cheese, but also to stack salami with either bread or apple.
This place is fine for a quick bite, but for sure, you would not go for the presentation: the bread was cut too big and they did not core the apple!!!
It was also a bit uncomfortable to eat as the tables were small and very close to each other! Each time people next to us stood up, I was imagining ending up with cheese or wine on me!!!
Despite this, I will probably go back for some cheese...
Enjoy (I did)!
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