Who else here knows the origin of Old Swiss Inn’s Chocolate Fondue? Well, Chocolate Fondue is not Swiss, but American!
The Chocolate Fondue is a special recipe of a long-lost restaurant in Manhattan, New York called Chalet Suisse. It was the owner of the restaurant named Konni who wanted to create some noise around upon the launching of his restaurant’s new place at Fifth Ave in 1960s. During that time a Swiss-based chocolate company was about to launch a chocolate product called ‘Toblerone’, from that Swiss chocolate, Konni got the idea of making a sweet fondue. The fondue was made up of high-end basic materials such as heavy cream, Toblerone, and Swiss firewater-Kirsch. That was how the chocolate fondue was born.
To experience today’s local version of Chocolate Fondue, visit Old Swiss Inn restaurant! Our Chocolate Fondue has the same taste of yesterday’s.