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The Melting Pot
Fondue Restaurant$$$
Today 12:00 – 11:00 pm
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92 Worcester Rd Framingham, MA 01702
92 Worcester RoadUSMassachusettsFramingham01702
$$$Fondue Restaurant, BarToday 12:00 – 11:00 pm
Monday 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:00 – 11:00 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 10:00 pm

Located conveniently on RT 9, The Melting Pot of Framingham brings a truly unique upscale/casual dining experience. The Melting Pot is a restaurant where fondue becomes a memorable and interactive four- course dining experience where patrons can "dip into something different."

Following a creamy cheese fondue and lively salad, guests are able to choose from four flavorful fondue cooking styles and a variety of entrees including filet mignon, lobster, breast of chicken, duck, shrimp, salmon and more.

Dessert features mouthwatering chocolate fondue served with dipping items including fresh strawberries, pineapple, marshmallows, pound cake and brownies.

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Fondue restaurant chain offering heated pots of cheese, chocolate or broth for dipping & cooking.- Google
"As for dessert, we got the flaming turtle chocolate fondue, which was fantastic."
"Pricey, but nice for special occasions or when they have special deals."
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Miller Ward
9 months ago
Absolutely fantastic. The booths were perfect for a cozy dinner. The food was amazing but the dessert was unimaginable. I highly recommend this for a special occasion.
Rob Cope
a year ago
Melting Pot advertises a $20-$25 Saturday and Sunday lunch special on the home page of their web site ... but good luck finding it when you get there. They have NO signs anywhere, and it's not on their menu. If you ask you are told "the menu is in the waiter's head". Hmmm. I asked for the $25 special and was told it was really $33 per person instead. Hmmm. Even though my daughter didn't want cheese or salad (and I said "just for one") we were still billed for two. Hmmm. Its deceptive advertising and hopefully others don't fall for it as well.
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Anastas Dancha
a year ago
Gross and overly priced. Swiss cheese with nutmeg was discussing. Most cheap bread, cups of grocery store broccoli and unripe green apple. Any restaurant brings your better bread before meal is served. Meat, feels low quality, cooked in signature broth looked purple and tasted bland, making you hope included sauces will save it. I get better meat at Stop & Shop. Salads (tried Caesar and House) were the best of the evening.. Glazed croutons added a nice crunch. Waiter was nice and, considering the quality of food, overly enthusiastic. Kinda felt bad for him. Hope they pay him more than usual few bucks an hour plus tip, since a meal for 2 with a single during per person ended up costing over $100. This was a worst restaurant experience in a long while. Never though you can screw up melted cheese.. If you are planning to go out for a special evening, go elsewhere.. Actually, go elsewhere regardless of the occasion. Visit Chinese Mirch, Tenichi, Minado, BBC, Paparazzi, CPK, Cheesecake Factory, Bertuccis, prettyuch any other restaurant in the area and you'll enjoy your meals.
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Bonnie Zinck
2 years ago
I was so excited to come here - I'd never been before but I'd heard it was such an interesting experience! I found the 'spring fling' coupon and decided to take my sister for her birthday. My parents also tagged along. Our server was nice, but invisible. The whole meal took around three hours because the server kept vanishing and the water kept evaporating. It was overly expensive, and without a coupon I wouldn't have gone. Skip it, really.
Jonathan Dubeau
a year ago
This was my second experience going to The Melting Pot. My first time around was many years ago, before they changed up their menu. First-Timers: First I'd like to state that if you expect to pay anything less than $80-$150 per couple for a 3-course meal plus drinks, go elsewhere. Now that's not to say that it's pricey, but I don't know of any other restaurant that specializes in fondue. If you don't want fondue, go elsewhere. The staff was very courteous and our waiter was very quick to help us in a reasonable and timely manner. We began with the New Orlean's Cheddar fondue with the premium dippers (some meats to add on to the bread/veggies that come with it). The added meats definitely gave it the extra bite I was hoping for, but could have easily been just as happy without. My girlfriend ordered the house salad which had one of the best house dressings I've tasted in a while, whereas I had a great caprese salad. For our entrees we used a Groupon, so we both got the "Fondue by You" which lets you pick 3 different items of your choice. I got the duck breast, sirloin, and bbq pork medalions. She got the spinach and artichoke ravioli, chicken potstickers, and also the bbq pork. All of it was fantastic, except perhaps the duck, but that's probably because I had never tried duck prior (lol). As for dessert, we got the flaming turtle chocolate fondue, which was fantastic. The portions were just the right size in my personal opinion. I absolutely plan on making a return trip in the future. One last word of advice: Absolutely try to get a Groupon or LivingSocial deal to get the most for your money, and remember that you're paying half for the food and half for the experience itself and have fun with it!
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Laurie Ball
a year ago
I loved the restaurant....fondues were delicious and fun! But I had a terrible time finding it, as did several others in our group. In fact one person turned around and went home. It would be helpful to include a landmark in your website directions....located behind Jordans' Furniture, next to Descenza's jewelers.
Marco Passini
7 years ago
The cheese fondue is very good. Actually, the cheese fondue is really really good. The entrees are also good. But, this restaurant provides the smallest glasses of alcoholic beverages. Do not order wine by the glass, as you will be ripped off tremendously. Order by the bottle, even though its expensive, you will not feel insulted by the bartender. Have I mentioned how good the cheese fondue is....
Nekel May
2 years ago
this place has great food and perfect private tables. I definitely recommend you eat here!


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