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All-You-Can-Eat Japanese Hot Pot

Canadians like to do things for themselves, which is why we stole the idea of basketball from an American inventor, transformed it into one of our national pastimes and then popularized it across the globe (oh wait, that might’ve been the Americans). For a do-it-yourself experience that requires no thievery, check out Posh.

Located at Burrard and Broadway, Posh is a Japanese Sukiyaki (think hot pot) palace. At Posh the process starts with filling a cast-iron pot with broth made from a combo of Sukiyaki Sauce (soya, sugar, and mirin) and cabbage, which’ll be the base for the all-you-can-eat veggies, noodles and proteins, including thinly sliced Grade A Alberta beef, pork and seafood that you’re going to dunk in there.

And you will be doing the dunking because at Posh the cooking duties are transferred to you; like an Easy Bake Oven, except grandpa doesn’t eat the leftover brownies and start a long conversation about how much better the Cheetos were in his day.

For $18 (including one free drink) it’s an all-you-can-eat smorgasbord. Add to that some giant bottles of Japanese ales and Sake and you have yourself a night fit for an Emperor.

They get busy on weekends, so be sure to call ahead at 604-737-7674 to reserve a seat.