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This heartwarming, modern French bistro is fondue heaven. Induction ranges are built into the wooden tables and it's DIY when it comes to cooking meat, cheese or luscious chocolate for dessert. To dip are accompaniments like toasted bread pieces, tomatoes, sausage, mushrooms, vegetables and fruit; sides include salad and a baked potato. The friendly Frenchman behind it is Didier Pawlicki, who also owns La Sirène in SoHo. Both places are BYOB.