Melting Pot is a fondue restaurant with many gluten free options.
They have gluten free bread, brownies and cupcakes.
Here’s a link to their extensive gluten free menu
You can order a 4 course dinner that includes, salad, cheese fondue, main course, and a chocolate fondue. Or you can just order a la carte.
If you order a cheese fondue, you can pick the choice of cheese, and they bring out vegetables and gluten free bread to dip. There are several salad options with gluten free dressings.
Here are some photos from our dinner: (It’s dark inside, so they came out a little dark)
For the main course, you can choose from 4 cooking styles:
- Seasoned Court Bouillon – Fresh seasoned vegetable broth.
- Coq Au Vin – Burgundy wine infused with fresh herbs, spices and mushrooms.
- Mojo – Caribbean-seasoned bouillon with a distinctive fresh-garlic flavor and a citrus flair.
- Bourguignonne – European-style fondue in cholesterol-free / 0g trans-fat canola oil. Served with tempura and sesame batters.
Then you can choose proteins, such as shrimp, chicken, beef, duck, or a combination. Everything comes raw on a plate. The waitress tells you exactly how long it takes to cook each thing.
They also provide you with several dipping sauces. All of them are gluten free except for teriyaki sauce. Also, they provide vegetables to cook, such as broccoli, mushroom caps and potatoes. Potatoes are a little precooked so that it won’t take forever.
For dessert, there is a choice of melted chocolate fondue. You can pick from milk, dark or white chocolate. You can add different liquors, caramel, pecans, or mix chocolates together. It’s a nice presentation when they bring out the chocolate and add rum and light it on fire. They bring out fruit platter to dip in chocolate, including gluten free brownies and cupcakes.
My kids loved cooking their own food. Everyone got fondue forks with different color handles. It was easy and lots of fun. The waitress was very knowledgeable about gluten free items.
I would highly recommend.