Fondue is a ubiquitous staple of Swiss culture, matched only by neutrality, fold-out fish scalers, and the world’s most easily cartoonified cheese. Dip in to a mouthwatering melting pot with today’s Groupon to Capstone Tea & Fondue in Vancouver. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get fondue for two (up to a $24.95 value).
- For $22, you get fondue for four (up to a $49.90 value).
Capstone Tea & Fondue warms patrons from the inside with a steady stream of Swiss-inspired comfort food in a social, contemporary environment. Made with 56 per cent semi-sweet Belgian dark chocolate, chocolate fondue (a $22.95 value/two people) arrives in personal pots flanked by a security detail of seasonal fruit, ice-cream truffle centers, and a daily pastry option. Diners then dunk their cocoa-coated confections into two fondue dips of choice, such as roasted peanuts or rainbow sprinkles. Pots of ice-cream truffle fondue (a $22.95 value/two people) beckon servings of ice-cream truffle centers and an assemblage of four fondue toppings to dive into, and the decadent cheesecake fondue (a $24.95 value/two people) flaunts pots of semi-sweet dark chocolate and slices of fresh and creamy cheesecake. For taste buds seeking savoury sustenance over sweet, a contingent of fruits and veggies and an endless brigade of french bread cubes volunteer for the honourable duty of immersing themselves in traditional Swiss cheese fondue (a $22.95 value/two people).
A large front window adorns Capstone tea & Fondue’s clean, modern interior. Enlivened with hues of white, black, and green, the relaxing dining room nestles double dates, friend outings, and dapper moose wearing people costumes just to partake.
Capstone Tea & Fondue
Capstone Tea & Fondue was founded in 2005 with the intention of filling a niche: a restaurant where diners gather not only to eat but to socialize in between sips of health-conscious beverages. Today, Capstone's modified teahouse continues to host conversations over steaming pots of fondue and elegant English afternoon tea. Edible creativity inspires savoury and sweet fusions, as diners use long-stem forks to push aside miniature pool floats and dunk seasonal fruits, fresh pastries, and french bread cubes into lagoons of melted cheese and chocolate. Wholesome potions share the menu's spotlight, including flavoured and herbal teas and lattes.