Dip into sweet and savoury fondue in Vancouver

While Vancouver isn’t known globally for its French cuisine, our high-quality restaurant scene is always capable of surprising diners. Check out these spots for savoury and sweet fondues – and dig in! [Photo courtesy of Yellow Pages]

Capstone Tea & Fondue

1429 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6G 1C1

One of Vancouver’s most popular fondue places, Capstone’s dessert fondue features melted Belgian dark chocolate and is served with an assortment of seasonal fruit, cookies and pastries. Capstone also offers a Swiss cheese fondue that comes with cubes of French bread, fresh fruit, veggies, pretzels and puff pastry swirls.

French Table Bistro

3916 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5V 3P2

The French Table's fondue is a blend of three cheeses and is infused with white wine, garlic and kirsch. This is one of the few restaurants in Vancouver that offers beef fondue, which is fondue served with beef tenderloin that has been cooked in a pinot noir broth. Fondue at The French Table is served with potatoes, green salad and cubed bread.

The Belgard Kitchen

55 Dunlevy Ave, Vancouver, BC V6A 3A3

Sharing a home with Postmark Brewery and Urban Winery in the Settlement Building on Dunlevy Street in Railtown, The Belgard Kitchen specializes in original twists on traditional comfort food. With a savoury tomato soup fondue that's served with grilled cheese toasties, it's obvious why The Belgard Kitchen is a hit in the local dining scene.

La Mezcaleria

1622 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5L 3Y4

Queso Fundido is La Mezcaleria’s signature Mexican-style savoury fondue. It's a mix of gruyere, mozzarella and Oaxacan cheese melted under a broiler and crisped to perfection. It is served with corn tortillas!


3096 Main St, Vancouver, BC V5T 3G5

Burgoo specializes in comfort food from around the world. With a rotating menu that’s guided by seasonal traditions and availability, the food has been a hit with locals from the start. With multiple locations, including one at the bottom of Lonsdale in North Vancouver, it's an affordable option for French-inspired hot potting.

Yew Restaurant & Bar

791 Georgia St W, Vancouver, BC V6C 2T4

Located in the main floor of the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Vancouver, Yew's menu features an original take on savoury fondue. Foodies can rejoice with a dipping platter that incorporates cornichons, grilled chorizo, bread, warm pears and pickled onions. The result is a memorable dining experience that's best shared with close friends.

Mink Chocolates

863 Hastings St W, Vancouver, BC V6C 3N9

Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver on West Hastings, Mink is a well-known stop for fine dessert fondue. You'll find tantalizing fondue pots with your choice of milk or dark chocolate, both of which are served with pound cake and pieces of fresh fruit like banana, mandarin orange, pineapple, pear and apple slices.

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