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BEST FONDUE NYC??...

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SJ.JE Mar 23, 2010 02:30 PM

plain and simple..where can i find the best fondue in the city?...maybe a place with 1 killer fondue?,,or a place with some selection of multiple fondue pots?...PLEASE HELP ME MY FELLOW HOUNDS..?!!!!...THANX...

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    bkfan16 Mar 23, 2010 06:12 PM

    Anyone know if Taureau has opened yet?

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    1. re: bkfan16
      shane Apr 6, 2010 02:38 PM

      It opened on Friday. I'm a regular at La Sirene. I liked this new restaurant a lot. Most of the favorites from La Sirene are available. For the fondue there is a choice of cheese or meat fondue. We chose the meat. You choose a type of meat (hanger, filet or a cheaper option I don't remember) and a type of oil if you want to upgrade from soy. We chose hanger and soy. It was accompanied by a vegetable plate (same as from La Sirene) plus 4 delicious dipping sauces: Bernaise, peppercorn, Roquefort and another. The peppercorn sauce was amazing. I ended up using bread to eat the leftovers. For dessert there was a chocolate fondue with fruit. I'm haven't tried much fondue so I was expected a really heavy cheesy dish, so I was very pleased with the meat fondue. It's also BYOB like La Sirene which should be a huge draw for the East Village. The interior is typical french bistro, significantly less cramped than La Sirene.

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      La Sirene
      558 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013

      Taureau
      127 E 7th St, New York, NY 10009

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      Jane A. Mar 23, 2010 02:47 PM

      My guess is that you'll want to try Artisinal.

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      1. re: Jane A.
        thew Mar 23, 2010 03:08 PM

        +100

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          nycfinedining Mar 23, 2010 07:28 PM

          I agree with Jane. Artisanal has amazing fondue! I wrote about it on my blog here:

          http://nycfinedining.blogspot.com/201...

          Another interesting place for fondue is Swizz in Midtown West, but it lacks the atmosphere and French bistro decor that Artisanal boasts.

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