Keto at The Melting Pot

Keto at The Melting Pot


Keto at The Melting Pot can be a fun, some even say, sexy experience. That’s because it’s very interactive and sensual as restaurants go.


It began in 1975 right near where I grew up, in Maitland Fl., which is now part of the Orlando sprawl. There were only three things on the menu…swiss cheese, beef, and chocolate. It was a big hit right away.


What’s different about it is that you cook and eat the food right at your table. Then you share it communally from the pot in the middle.

There have been movies, usually romances,  with the fondue experience as a centerpiece.


It actually is not a bad way to eat, because it slows you down. Slower eating is healthier eating. It gives your body time to digest.


A little digestive system factoid: There are something like 30,000 enzymes in the mouth and stomach. They have to attach to each bite of food as you eat. So please give each bite some time before the next one.  In other words, slow eating is much healthier than fast eating.


The other fun fact about The Melting Pot…three brothers opened the second restaurant after getting permission from the original owners. They then opened a couple more, and eventually bought the Name and became the owners of the chain.


The youngest brother was the dishwasher. He was fourteen years old. Today, he is the CEO of the company. Nice.


Now onto how to eat keto at The Melting Pot.


There are Four fondue cooking styles


Cast iron grilling

Cort bouillon (seasoned vegetable broth)

Coq au vin (burgundy wine, mushrooms, scallions, garlic) kōk″ ō văɴ′


Classic alpine (gruyere, raclette, fontina, white wine, garlic, nutmeg)


Our Top Keto Friendly Recommendation at  The Melting Pot


Filet mignon and cold water lobster tail cooked fondue style in cort bouillon with asparagus on the side.


Meats for the Keto Diet at The Melting Pot

All-natural chicken breast

Filet mignon



Cold water lobster tail

Garlic pepper sirloin

Atlantic salmon



Low Carb Friendly Cheeses at The Melting Pot


Gorgonzola cheese

Parmesan cheese


Vegetables at The Melting Pot for Keto Dieters


Baby spinach


Mini sweet peppers



Red onion

Mixed greens



Artichoke hearts

Romaine lettuce



Low Carb Sauce Options for Ketosis


Lime wedges

Lemon wedges

Olive oil



To Drink at The Melting Pot To Stay Keto



Unsweet tea

Hot tea


Heavy cream


For a memorable experience and evening dinner, go Keto at The Melting Pot. It’s a lot of fun.


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