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Posh

3779 Sexsmith Road, #1123
Richmond, BC V6X3Z9
Tel: (604) 303-7674 Reserve Online
  • Cuisine: Chinese, Japanese
  • Price: $$ ($15 - $30)
  • Reservations: Accepted
  • Meals: Lunch, Dinner
  • Hours: Mon: 11:30AM - 10PM, Tue: Closed, Wed - Sun: 11:30AM - 10PM
  • Posh offers a menu of Japanese sukiyaki at 3 location in the Lower Mainland. This location is on Sexsmith Road in Richmond.

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Give it a Try!
By xlee8 of Delta (113 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, November 7, 2007 - 11:39pm [Dine in]

Food: All you can eat for just under $14. You have to pay $1 for sauce which i thought was fine. The menu is a bit small...but i guess for $14 you get what you pay for. The beef and pork slices are very good and very finely sliced which i like. Some of my hot pot favs were absent like the tofu puffs, the enoki mushrooms and of course there is no seafood or dumplings for this price. BUT what is available and what we did eat was fresh and the quality pretty good.

Service: Anything we ordered came quickly and servers were very nice, friendly, and patient. I was very impressed with the service here. By far one of the best i've experienced in Rmd.

Ambiance: Very small place but cozy and comfy. Decor is nice and appears to be fairly tidy.

Overall: I would definately return for their cheap hotpot. Since i dont eat seafood it doesnt really bother me that it is absent from the menu, but for others it might be a reason to not go, but for the price why not give it a try. i do suggest making reservations since it is pretty small...and especially on cold nights it can get pretty packed!

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Very Inconsistent
By for2please of Vancouver (5 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, December 12, 2011 - 11:27pm [Dine in]

We've gone to all three of the Posh branches in the Greater Vancouver area and I have to say that this location is the worst one. The two locations are for the most part good. The Burnaby location is the best one.

Absolutely everything is going downhill for the Richmond Posh. I've noticed a decline in the number of customers as well. The regular beef is now averaging almost 60% fat. The restaurant has changed to a larger pot which cooks food a lot slower. In addition, the burner heats the pot at a low heat Service is very lacking; I had to grab my own setting.

For a better experience go to the Burnaby location.

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Used to love this place. Not anymore.
By adapter61 of Richmond , BC (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, July 23, 2011 - 6:55pm [Dine in]

Price went up from $13 to $24 now. I rather eat All You Can Eat sushi or hot pot than spending my money at this place. Never going back until they drop their price. I think a fair price will be around $16-$18. Whoever owns this place, rethink your pricing or else you will lose all your business

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Quick and Fresh
By frugal-diner of richmond (20 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, March 10, 2008 - 6:29pm [Dine in]

Stopped by for lunch($9.99) on a weekday right at 11:30 with a friend. Were seated immediately at a long table for 8. The waitress put up a wooden divider beside us to give us privacy. My 1st time here. She asked right away and explained the whole process to me especially the various quantity sizes. Some things you order by piece some by size, and the meat (pork and beef) by plate. Each plate of meat only has about 5-6 thinly slices.

Overall, I find the quality/freshness of the food pretty good. Little above average when compared to other AYCE hot pot places. Service is quick although as the lunch crowd increased, the service got a little behind. Had to flag down someone when our propane ran out and when we wanted to order more food. I find selection is ok for lunch for $10. Good to try this place once in a while. Might get sick of it if I came too often. Reservation is recommended as this place is small so it fills up fast.

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No WHITES welcome!
By yummyyum of richmond (13 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, November 12, 2008 - 7:12pm [Dine in]

If your looking for the classic "white" treatment this place is for you!!!

We use to go to this restaurant all the time. We routinely brought groups of 5-10+ people with us to dine. The service always sucked but the food was worth it.

Now, we will NEVER GO BACK!!!

We went in 1.5 hours before closing and just as our first order of food arrived we were asked to submit a last call order. At the end of the night, we had 1 meat tray per person leftover. We had never had a problem with that before. We all paid our bills and on our way out our waitress came over and told us we would all have to pay extra because we didn't finish the meat. We said ok and asked for a takeout container and she informed us that there was no take out containers.

The table next to us was laughing because they had their extra trays taken away. They too had too much leftover at the end of the night but because they spoke the language the waitress took their meat back to the kitchen. It became very apparent that we were being treated so rudely because we were white.

In front of the remaining customers our waitress told us we either sit down and finish our food or she was charging us... no exceptions. She then Yelled out loud in her language to her boss behind the bar saying that we had to pay. The other table of people who spoke the language were really surprised and told us that their extra meat had been taken back with no problems.

I wrote a letter to the manager (Peter Leung) and he didn't return my email.

Not only will I never go back, but I am making it my personal vendetta to let everyone know how RUDE we were treated... all because we were white.

Ironically, when we went to tell another friend about our treatment, she informed us that they had made reservations for the previous weekend. It took over 2 hours to be seated with a reservation for them. They waited and waited as many "Asian" customers went past them. You can't tell me that this place isn't racist towards white people when our friends waited 2 hours with a reservation as other Asian people without reservations were allowed through. - If it was me, I wouldn't have waited the 2 hours.

BTW, our bill the night we went was over $140 and we still got the "white" treatment.

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Bad Service
By wbredefeld of Richmond (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, October 8, 2011 - 8:34pm [Dine in]

We came to eat all you can eat, but towards the end of the meal they revealed that they would not accept our TastyGo coupons. We also didn't know that our meals included free drinks, until our server told us at the end of our meal. Don't go here unless you are ok with poor service, and employees who curse about you before you've even left.

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Disappointing...
By johnathan of Port Coquitlam (9 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, January 12, 2009 - 12:28am [Dine in]

I have been to Posh twice. First time with my good friend, I wasn't paying too much attention to the food list they provided. Then second time I took my family. I asked whether they had lamb or not. Somehow, they were like "we never had lamb" with a somehow frustrating attitude. I don't know. I just feel that I ask a simple question, don't be rude! Then I asked about the price for my two kids 8 and 2. And they actually told me they charge my 9-year-old with adult price and my 2 year-old half price of adult. I was like "What??" my 2 year old can't even eat two bites. I don't know, I just think the price was really unreasonable. No wonder it has been two years I went there. I just forgot about it. I won't go again anymore unless I forgot about the price thing again.
Oh! and I was asking another waitress to refill our water which goes into the pot (the teapot)because our waitress jus disappear after our second sheet. Then the waitress we asked probably complain about that, so our waitress just came over and said that it was our last call. I was full so I said it was ok we dont' need anything. But, she didn't provide anything after and when she came she didn't even ask we need water or anything else. I don't know whether it's me too picky in a all-u -can- eat restaurant or not, but just don't feel comfortable about it.

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Good Service
By ex-madridista of Burnaby (4 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, April 28, 2008 - 2:48pm [Dine in]

Went there for the first time and didnt know what to expect. The servers were very helpful and the service was definetly excellent.

The food was good, although some of the beef slices were mostly a strip of fat. The satay sauce added to the flavour of the food. After a while, the soup base was full of flavour! Tried dipping in the egg, it was just ok for me.

The big downside was the amount of msg because after the meal, I was extremely thirsty even after drinking 3 big cups of tea during the meal.

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Good
By omnibus of Vancouver (22 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, March 1, 2008 - 4:52am [Dine in]

It was my first time at this location and we went on a weekday evening. The server explained the whole sukiyaki concept to us, including what to do with the egg. Our entire order came every time we put in an order sheet which was appreciated! Service was prompt and friendly. The only thing that would make this place better is if it was bigger. I'd go back.

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It's okay.
By YUMM314 of Richmond (4 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, January 15, 2008 - 5:06pm [Dine in]

Yes, I think this place is pretty good for an All-you-can-eat place, but I can't say I'm thrilled. The food is normal, but everything starts tasting the same after a while. The service wasn't that great when I went. We had to ask for bowls of rice 3 times and a couple of times for water. We also thought that the pot was way too tiny to be shared between 4 people, and it was only at the end when we realized that we could of asked for a second pot. It would of been nice if they told us that in the beginning.

They should also explain that the raw egg is supposed to be for dipping...I'm probably one of the few people who knows that..everyone else seems to crack their egg into the pot.

Overall, I guess this place is nice to go to once..but I probably won't go back for a while.

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Wow!
By Viviyan of Burnaby (27 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, December 17, 2007 - 1:46am [Dine in]

For $9.95 at lunch, you get an all-you-can-eat deal with the Sukiyaki. The quality is of the food isn't spectacular but it's definitely worth it if you're in with a group of friends (less clean up at home!) The atmosphere is great for chilling out. They have a small cocktail menu too for the ladies!

I went to the W. Broadway restaurant and I gotta say, great service! We got several different waiters/waitresses but they were all pretty awesome.

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Posh has really gone to the Pits.
By seasons_PT of Richmond (17 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, May 3, 2011 - 12:47am [Dine in]

Honestly the last review written for Posh was in 2007. It's 2011 now and it's about $20 now for the dinner AYCE with terrible service that has been spiraling downwards for years. I visit here occasionally because my sister likes it but I cringe every single time she brings it up now.

You could make the stuff they serve you at home easily and not pay $20 for it. But they offer AAA grade beef from Alberta for something like $5 more.

Avoid it if you can..... It's just not worth it anymore.

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Good deal for AYCE
By mayo of Burnaby (19 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, March 31, 2008 - 6:21pm [Dine in]

Not sukiyaki to die for. But hey, $13.99 for dinner all you can eat. You can't ask for more. I can't prepare sukiyaki at home with that price.

If you have eaten tranditional sukiyaki before, you would know it's always those few things in the pot (beef, tofu, konyaku noodle, etc). Beside those traditional stuff, there are still many food on the ist that you can chose from. So, they really tried their best to make their list of food that will match with the sauce. (Although for me, some of them are way off from what I expected to be in a sukiyaki pot, which is kind of gross. but maybe some ppl like it.) Well, can't compared to tranditional sukiyaki since the cooking style in Posh is more like a shabushabu. Just take it as AYCE hotpot and you will have happier experience in Posh.

Service was friendly (comparing to all the other AYCE places). Would be a good place for small gathering.

Tip: Cook the meat FIRST. I found the sauce is too mild and plain at the first place.

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Great Value
By emilyyu1 of Vancouver (8 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, July 10, 2008 - 3:42am [Dine in]

The food tastes best at the beginning and once water and sauce is added to the pot, it does not taste as good. I always get very thirsty after eating there and it's probably because of the MSG.

The service is good. We did not order that much and one of the waitresses actually brought us a plate of food that she arranged herself and i found that was very thoughtful.

My boyfriend tried the green sofa(a drink with calpico, apple juice and apple syrup), i found that it was too sweet.

I would come here again.

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Solid all around
By gene of Burnaby (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, March 2, 2008 - 5:33pm [Dine in]

Went on a Sunday night. Decent hotpot for the low price if you don't mind eating only beef or pork.

Place is small so it's hit or miss if you need to get a table.
Service is good due to the small size.

The two of us sat at the bar and overall good experience.

I would go again.

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