Fondue is great...unless you're alone. Surely it is far better to have friends to eat with. According to Food Critic Michele Laudig the same is true of Glendale's Le Chalet.
Food Critic Michele Laudig on Le Chalet:
Our mouths were watering just from the rich smell of melted butter that permeates the air here, so a complimentary Swiss tartine appetizer -- gooey, golden melted cheese on a toasted slice of bread, cut into small strips -- only intensified our lust for fondue.
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Two slices of peppercorn-studded pork pâté de campagne were appealing in their presentation, arranged with three herb-dusted toasts, pearl onions, gherkins, and a tomato fashioned into a rose on a wooden platter. I would've loved some more toast to go with the portion of pâté, but was otherwise pleased with how the earthy meat flavor was perked up with those tiny pickles...full story