Thursday, December 16, 2010

Fondue Sundays at Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro

Cheese...lets discuss it for a minute. A slice of sharp cheddar over apple pie, the warm and creamy treasure inside Brie en croute, a tangy blue mixed with smokey bacon in a delicious dressing...cheese is delicious in all sorts of forms. Even better than all of those options is that wonderful dish that celebrates delicious melted cheese. Fondue, which features a steaming hot pot of cheese, melted and combined with herbs and wine and all sorts of delicious things, and served with bread for dipping. To me, fondue is a perfect way to celebrate cheese.

Starting this Sunday, December 19, Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro will be starting Fondue Sundays. Each Sunday, from now till Spring, patrons can enjoy a pot of fondue which serves 2-4 people, for $26.00 between 5:30 and 10:00 pm. Each pot is served with accompaniments of boiled small potatoes, cornichon pickled vegetables and Iggys bread. Additionally, if for some reason some members of your party aren't craving the melted goodness (though I can't imagine why they wouldn't) then the fully regular dinner menu will also be served.

Reservations and more information can be obtained by calling 617-723-7575.


Delicious Dishings said...

Good to know. I love fondue... and cheese, in general. :)

The Small Boston Kitchen said...

I'm salivating profusely over this. Cheese gets me everytime

Meesh said...

oh my god. thanks for sharing, excellent discovery.

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