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jernesssDowntown, VancouverSince March 26, 20092 Reviews
Average Rating
4.5 (4.3)
  • Food4.5 (4.5)
  • Service4 (4)
  • Value5 (5)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.5)


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Toyama757 Seymour Street, Vancouver
Great Place to eat
Submitted Friday, April 10, 2009 - 7:42pm [Dine in]

I'm basing the food rating compared to other all you can eat places (i.e. robson sushi, and the various all you can eat places in downtown) Also, the selection on the all you can eat menu.

Service is great and the restaurant looks nice.

The first time I was there, the waiter explained to me that they aren't like other all you can eat places because the quality of what they make is the same as the regular items you'd order on the menu. It was left for me to judge...

The all you can eat prawn tempuras aren't over battered which is fantastic

All you can eat hokkigai, all you can eat fresh oysters, and everything else you'd normally expect.

Also, the mango pudding here is soooooooooo good!

I'm kind of a nut for all you can eat places and I can't get enough of this place. It'll be my 4th time back tonight.

The dinner rush isn't too bad, but if you plan on going for lunch, make sure you get there before noon or you'll have to wait.


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Fulin Hot Pot Restaurant3025 Lougheed Hwy, #780, Coquitlam
AYCE Hot Pot Done Well
Submitted Thursday, March 26, 2009 - 1:51pm [Dine in]

The downside for those who live in Vancouver, is that this place is all the way out in Coquitlam. For those who are from Coquitlam or the tri-cities - I'm jealous.

I had the japanese style shabushabu when I was there. It is most comparable to Posh in Van/Bur/Rchmd. I normally go to posh, so my opinion is mostly of a comparison of the two restaurants.

The selection is about the same, however, the quality of the food is much more delicious. The beef more thinly sliced, more tender, and better presented (on nice plates, rather than plastic square stackers. The variety is not much different. A little extras over posh, and also some missing items. Fulin also has chicken on the menu which cooks both quickly and is thick which is nice for chicken.

Other minor differences:
When you order 5 orders at Fulin, you get 5 orders (unlike 2 orders whether you order 2 or 12 orders at the competition)
Fulin is wired for Hotpot. The ventilation seems to be better and also, there no "changing" or "running low" of your fuel. Each table has a stovetop built in so you get constant heat to your pot.

Definitely will be going back.

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