After having fondue for lunch in Geneva, we moved into overkill mode and had fondue for dinner later that day too! This time at Cafe du Soleil. The place was packed! There was an upstairs and downstairs, and we were seated upstairs. Here is a bit about the cheese for fondue:
We had simple green salad, malakoff (a fried cheese ball), steak, and of course, fondue. A bit about the malakoff:
Everything was delicious. Service was quick and efficient. The steak was served with homemade butter and fries which were also delicious when dipped in the fondue.
After 3 fondue meals in two days, I was fondued out. I loved the strong aromas of the cheeses, the white wine, the gooey warm texture, and each delicious bite. Du Soleil was probably my second favorite after Le Gruyerien, but you wouldn’t go wrong with any of the three I wrote about!