King of Prussia’s Melting Pot Offers Delicious Seasonal Fondues Now Through November

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By Christine Tarlecki

There’s nothing better on a crisp autumn evening than hot, melty cheese fondue. Add in Fall flavors and you have a night worth remembering.

The King of Prussia Melting Pot (located at  150 Allendale Rd, Ste 2100 in King of Prussia) focuses on seasonal flavors with every turn of the calendar page, but the Fall flavors are best.

Nutmeg, cinnamon, cranberry, apple, and of course, pumpkin pie flavors meld into amazing 4-course entrees. All through November they are bringing back your favorite Fall Fondues!

If you have never been to the Melting Pot, the experience is unique. With the exception of the salads, your server, which is really your in-residence chef at the table, will prepare and mix each fondue right at your table.

The First course is a cheese fondue, done a variety of ways. The Fall starter fondue is Mac and Five Cheese fondue, which is a cheesy twist on two well-loved favorites.
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This starter course is created with the cheese-lover in mind, made with Swiss, cheddar, Fontina, Gorgonzola, and Butterkäse cheeses, bacon, breadcrumbs, macaroni noodles.

Plus, there are several cheese options to start. A lovely pot of melty cheese is expertly mixed and served at your table with artisan breads, seasonal fruits, and vegetables.

The Second course is a crisp salad to cleanse your palate, and the Cranberry Apple Pecan salad is perfect for Fall; mixed greens with Gorgonzola, candied pecans, dried cranberries, and a house-made Angry Orchard® vinaigrette. There are several other salad options as well.

The Main Course offers several options, focusing on chicken, sirloin, ahi tuna, lobster, shrimp, veggie pot stickers, or vegetables and pasta, plus an option to create-your-own, all with a variety of cooking styles, like Mojo, Coq au Vin, Court Bouillon, or Bourguignonne.

The pièce de resistance is dessert, with a lovely variety of chocolate fondues, and this fall special is Pumpkin Pie White Chocolate Fondue, with nutmeg, white chocolate, pumpkin purée, graham cracker pieces and flambéed. It is served with strawberries, brownies, bananas, pineapples, marshmallows and other dippable goodies!

There are also Vegan and Gluten-Free options for each course. Fall specials can be added to any 4 Course Experience or enjoyed a la carte. Reservations highly recommended!

Don’t miss the Melting Pot’s Fall Fondues, now through November for a delicious selection of fall fun!

*Please check with the Melting Pot regarding any food and beverage availability, current indoor dining hours and capacity, mask requirements, social distancing, and other COVID-19 protocols. Please respect the establishments that you visit.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Christine Tarlecki is a local food and lifestyle writer, seeking out the best bites in the area and writing about them. She pens an award-winning food & lifestyle blog, Engchik Eats, at engchik.blogspot.com and teaches small business social media marketing classes. And don’t miss the new Engchik Eats #podcast at https://anchor.fm/engchikeatsbychristinet Christine can be reached at engchik@gmail.com and under @engchik on all social media. #LocalLove

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