Although steak, seafood, salads, and wines share the spotlight, it's the fondue pot that transforms the dining experience at The Melting Pot into an interactive one. Bubbling at the center of the table, steel cauldrons steam with cheese blends such as aged cheddar and lager beer, or fontina, butterkase, and buttermilk blue. Diners spear slices of granny smith apples, artisan breads, and veggies before dipping them into the thick, creamy cheese. Although a wine and cheese fondue pairing may suit the evening on its own, a fresh salad followed by lobster and steak turns the experience into a three-course event. Continue the dipping feast by adding one of nine velvety chocolate fondues; diners can gather around the table to dunk strawberries, marshmallows, or chunks of cheesecake.
At The Asian Rox, guests dine on homey, hearty meals of Vietnamese and Thai cuisine, from banh mi loaded with shredded pork and veggies, to spicy curries laced with creamy coconut milk. Diners feast on claypot stews loaded with carrots, cilantro, and beef, or chow down on starters such as deep-fried egg rolls in fish sauce or barbecue spare ribs.
Hasu Sushi & Grill's chefs flip juicy steak and tender scallops on hibachi grills and fashion fresh seafood into specialty sushi rolls. Other specialties include udon noodle bowls and bento boxes with teriyaki-glazed meats and five sides. Wash your meal down with Ramune, a Japanese soda served with a decorative marble in the bottleneck.