Colorado Fondue has a reputation for being ""almost"" as good as The Melting ?.. My experience was not even close to other dining experiences with Fondue. Let me start by saying the decor is nice, and a private room is available. The Hostess was standard and welcoming. The trouble with CF is the method of cooking, the quantity of food, and the health requirements that can be easily violated. Don't make the mistake of comparing this fondue to any other, this is not fondue. Beef, seafood, and chicken are ""cooked"" on a hot stone tablet brought to the table. This cooking process cannot possibly cook all of the food that you are given. By the time we were half through the tablet was not even sizzling water!, the waiter was no where to be found, and it seemed as if the entire wait staff was swamped on a Saturday night at 6 pm. Our waiter spitted out the directions as mumbling and rushiong through the entire learning curve of the hot rock cooking style. They bring a stockpot of chicken broth to cook beggies, pasta, and a pierogie in? What is this? Who dreamed up this concept? The rock for cooking is 6x6 inches. Try cooking on a pan that size one entire meal. It's a joke. The cheese appetizer fondue was tasty but about 1/2 of the portion of Melting ?. It is also not prepared at your table. It is placed on a can of sterno. Certainly not what you expect for a 50 dinner and 15 dollar dessert and a add on side of lobster. I love Sushi but not at a fondue restaurant for a special occasion. Next time for Fondue the odds on favorite will get my dollars. We can't comment on the dessert as we we're afraid we had consumed raw meats and went home to have stomach distress! I also had to go home because the one men's restroom had one toilet! How can that be legal? This restaurant appears to seat at least 80 people. Next time I will know better. Total bill was $78.00 no alcohol and no dessert!
Cons: cooking methods, food quantity, lack of toilets, fear of uncooked foods, value