Posh offers a menu of Japanese sukiyaki at 3 location in the Lower Mainland. This location is on Kingsway in Burnaby.
This is my 2nd time go to Posh but first time in Burnaby.
$9.99 for all you can eat lunch is very good price. Food actually is really good.
For Ambiance, i can see the owner spend money on that. It is really confortable.
Service is good but there is only 2 people running whole restaurant. It's little bit tough for them. Maybe i came there b4 1:00pm. Not many staff working yet.
I will come back for sure and i will recommend my friends go there to have a try to new style hotpot.
Well, let me start off by saying that I've never been a big fan of hotpot because i've never found it to be a good value especially after all the additional fees they charge, like soup base, etc., at other chinese hotpot places.. but this place definitely brings value, with a nice ambience and GREAT SERVICE. I haven't received such great service for a restaurant within this price range in a long time, definately beats all the other All-you-can-eats in terms of service, the food is alright, wish they had more selections to choose from, but again hotpot was never really my cup of tea, so that's the only thing holding me back, but for $14/person, you really can't complain. I would also like to add that their broth is pretty good, you can adjust the level of saltiness to your liking, after dining at this restaurant, i didn't feel thirsty at all like other hotpot places, so i don't think they used any MSG. They were really prompt with delivery straight from the get-go.
The restaurant manager also took the time to walk around to give out free samples of their seasonal drinks. Overall, it was a great dining experience, the service was just AWESOME from beginning to end, my first sukiyaki ever, and i'll probably return again in the near future.
the reason why it's a "probably" is because im not a fan of hotpot, but for those who are, u'll definately find this to be an unique experience.
When I first encountered Posh in Richmond, I'd already wanted to try it. But for one reason or another, I didn't try it until my cousin from Japan came to visit. Great experience there.
I personally love AYCE hotpot. My boyfriend, not so much. he doesn't think it's worth the $18. Posh however, is only $14 for dinner... but I was still hesitant to bring him there because they only had 2 kinds of meat (and he loves meat).
But finally, we went to the Burnaby one the other day and he actually loved it! love the sauce, the meat, THE SERVICE!!, the price, the whole package! Here it is broken down:
Duration: ~1hr30 min
Food: Great beef, very good selection of veggies, excellent sukiyaki sauce. I love how it comes with a raw egg for dipping (usually other (more $$) restaurants charge for raw egg). However, the pot water/sauce did become kind of oily because of all the beef we consumed.
Ambiance: Much bigger than the Richmond location. very neat decor, modern. Booths were comfy. Great for smaller parties, but had a few tables of ~10+. Open kitchen, which was great because it looked really clean inside.
Service: AMAZING!! from the first call to see what time they close, till the very last goodbye, the service was prompt, polite, and attentive! Points to recognize:
- The server and manager both spoke fluent English (cuz I’m the only one that speaks Chinese well, normally I’m the one fetching stuff from the canto-only servers).
- we were sat promptly
- we were asked if this was our first time here, and the server took the time to explain how the sukiyaki works
- empty plates were taken away right away (surprisingly fast and sneaky about it too, which is a good thing)
- smiley, said thanks and plz
- their last call is for veggies only, plates of meat can still be ordered after that!!!!!
- the manager himself came up to deliver our bill, and asked us very politely and apologetically to clear it because they are closing their till. He made it clear that we are welcome to stay and finish, and is sorry that he has to ask.
I know that this seems like a normal "white-food" restaurant service. but for all Chinese staff and Asian food, this is SPECTACULAR. I’m so excited for them, and will definitely be coming back for more delicious AYCE Hotpot.
haven't been back for a year. Food is still ok but lunch is now $13.98 and Dinner is $18.98 so it is not such as good deal as before. They are now pushing the $4.00 drinks and $3.00 hot tea at the start of the meal so check their website before you go.
I've been here a few times for lunch and the food is always fresh. I had my first experience with sukiyaki here and I'm definitely a fan. Dipping the meat into raw eggs was surprisingly very good. It's great how you get to pour in the water and sauce to make the broth to your own liking. I liked how the servers were all fluent in English and the restaurant was very clean. Overall, I was very satisfied - all-you-can-eat hot pot for only $13.88 + $3.50 for bottomless pop! Now that's a good deal!
This was a very nice dining experience. I was a bit hesitant at first, because all-you-can-eat restaurants usually mean poor service, quantity-over-quality food, and ordered items being "lost". This place had none of those. The meat was tender, the vegetables were plentiful in variety and very fresh, and everything was very tasty. The service was good, our waiter was on the ball. We never had to wait very long for our orders. For $14, this AYCE dinner was totally good value. Would definitely return.