Very good and entertaining Brandon was a great waiter for our first time visiting The Melting Pot. The menu was a little confusing for first timers.
The food was delicious, and our server was great. However, there was only one bartender working, so it took quite a while (like, over 20 mins) for us to get drinks from the bar. Overall, it was a great experience, though. The Girls’ Night Out special is definitely worth it!
Always a wonderful experience. The tempura style cooking method wasn’t my favorite. But it was worth the try.
The three course special was ordered. Arrived on time. Staff knew we were attending a show later. Our first course took an hour. Main course was rushed as well as the final course. Not very enjoyable We had been there before with no issues.
Very nice meal and great service. Our server Josh noticed we left something at the table and ran down the street after us to give it back. He saved the day!
Before attending the Fox for a show, we enjoyed the cheese/salad/chocolate combination. The price was the best part, just $19 pp. Very pleased with the meal and service.
Delicious food, great atmosphere, super waitress and leisurely dining!!
This was the best experience that I have had in a restaurant! Michael (the server) is phenomenal! I was so looking forward to the mushroom caps with green goddess and I was not disappointed! I enjoyed the cheese, the salad, the entree, but the chocolate (ying and yang) was absolutely delicious! I can’t wait to return and I will definitely ask for Michael!
A little pricey for the amount of food but overall a very nice evening.
Ryan was awesome. Dessert was awesome. Great place.
Our dinner at the Midtown Melting Pot was amazing as well as our waiter. We loved our meal. Thanks for a wonderful time, we'll definitely be back.
It was a different experience, but it was great overall. I would most definitely recommend to a friend as well.
My wife and I celebrated our anniversary at the Melting Pot and the atmosphere was amazing. They set the table with rose petals and a single rose with a card that said "Happy Anniversary". Our waiter was very informative and insightful. The food was very delicious and filling. Overall an amazing experience!
Grace was amazing, but felt like the layout of the facility could be a little more intimate, perhaps U shaped tables?
The Melting Pot is a fun place to go for an experience and a meal. You are fully involved in the selecting and cooking of each bite. And the food is great! That said, it is a bit expensive for a place where you have to do your own cooking.
Perfect everything! Our waiter was great and the secluded seating was everything!
The melting pot was an amazing dining experience with awesome customer service & good food
Very intimate place to take a date. The food was good and the service was excellent!
You must ask for Jacqueline!!! She is very efficient,
Knowledgeable of the menu, and knows about customer service. She is wonderful!!!!
Brought my parents here as part of their anniversary celebration, came about a month ago with a friend for a girls night out. The location is convenient if you're attending an event at the Fox Theatre, just a short walk away. Check their website for specials, on our girls night we went before a show and got the cheese fondue, salad, and chocolate fondue for $19 each, on the anniversary celebration night we went after a show and got endless chocolate fondue for $12 a person.
On my budget, this is definitely a splurge, but well worth it! Absolutely not fast food, this is a place to linger and talk and enjoy the experience, as well as delicious and different food.
I particularly appreciate that they have gluten free options. For the cheese and chocolate courses, if one member of your party is severely gluten intolerant, the shared pot can be easily accommodated by either getting a bowl to put their cheese or chocolate in before anyone dips any bread in it, or ideally (because it stays hot this way) having those who are eating gluten use a spoon to dip out the cheese or chocolate onto their food over a plate for each bite, instead of dipping in the shared bowl. Either way, it's a simple accommodation for that or other food sensitivities.
For the main dish, sharing the pot is necessary, so everyone at the table will have to respect anyone's limitations- for instance, my mom is allergic to all seafood, and I'm allergic to pork, so we all stick to beef, chicken, or veggies. With very little forethought it's not a difficult issue at all.