The interior is charming with a western theme and Christmas lights year-round, but the food served is not actually fondue.
You can't get a pot full of hot oil in which too cook your food. You instead get a pot of warm broth which cools much faster than oil and doesn't do the job.
You also get hot pieces of granite which also cool too quickly to cook well, and to which your food easily and irritatingly sticks.
This then takes the joy of fondue cooking away and makes it work. The original fondue restaurant is Geja's in Chicago and this far pales by comparison. Not even the same type.
Pros: dipping sauces, dessert, ambience
Cons: , no hot oil, odd combinations