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Fire Pots

3.7
21 reviews
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CAN$30 and under
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Contemporary Asian
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Fire Pots is a healthy hot pot, tapas and bar restaurant located in Burnaby, British Columbia. This restaurant is dripping with style and offers a fun atmosphere that diners will love. You can enjoy a range of tapas to share with your table, along with one of the signature hot pots or bowls for an entrée. Fire Pots also offers desserts for those with a sweet tooth.

Start out with gyoza, grilled lamb skewers, edamame beans, spring rolls or chicken wings. For your entrée, the hot pot selections at Fire Pots include fiery Szechuan lamb, hot and sour pork, coconut curry and satay beef.

Dining Style
Casual Dining
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Cuisines
Contemporary Asian, Tapas / Small Plates, Chinese
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Hours of operation

Dinner: Monday - Sunday 5:00pm to 10:30pm
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Phone number
(604) 293-9955
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Payment options
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
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Dress code
Casual Dress
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Executive chef
Terence Au
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Neighborhood
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Cross street
Between Willingdon and Rosser
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Parking details
Free parking in the rear off of Rosser st.
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Public transit
Brentwood skytrain and all Lougheed and Willingdon bus stops.
Additional
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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3.7  based on all time ratings
3.7
food
3.7
service
3.7
ambience
Noise · Moderate
87% of people would recommend it to a friend
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albako (Los Angeles)
3.0  Dined on May 25, 2014

It lacks a little bit of flavour, but the meat was very good. There was only one server working...so that part sucked..it took a while for our first drinks, then also refills, we had to ask for them ourselves.

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SManne (Vancouver)
1.0  Dined on May 23, 2014

Went for lunch with a work colleague and we were very excited to try it out. The atmosphere and service were great, but the food lacked flavor.

The broth goes on the stove and we put the vegetables in, and it took forever to cook. We ended up eating raw vegetables, noodles and meat and having to add tons of flavoring to make it taste edible.

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mustlikepho (Vancouver)
5.0  Dined on May 2, 2014

Went here late Friday night, food was great, drink deals included complimentary bottled beer with each order, with a great bar menu to compliment.

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OpenTable Diner (Vancouver)
2.0  Dined on March 21, 2014

Maybe had too high of expectations of this hot pot restaurant going in because as a hot pot place, it's a place that we will never return. The beef slices were too thick that it made it very chewy and tough... and it wasn't because we kept it in the hot pot for too long... we've been to enough of them to know how long to keep the items in the pot. Also, the vegetables didn't seem fresh. It was like they were pre-cut and then put into the freezer. Too bad the food is what's keeping us away... because the service and the ambiance were really good.

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satisfied (Vancouver)
4.0  Dined on February 20, 2014

This is a great idea. Cooking your own food using fresh, delicious ingredients. They were able to cater for our tight time frame, by allowing a pre-order and brining it to us as soon as we arrived.

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vipSeafoodLover (Vancouver)
3.0  Dined on January 29, 2014

Our group of four came for hotpots. This place has great potential for fun family or other group gatherings as everyone can order their individual pots and control their individual electric burners. We shared a couple of tapas to start, gyoza and spring rolls, the former was tasty. As we each ordered a different hotpot, we had different experiences. One of our group was very happy with her choice (spicy szechuan with lamb), but the rest were a bit disappointed. The waitress was friendly but quite absent-minded. She made a few mistakes in the orders, and also took away foods or utensils that were still in use. Considering it was a quiet day for the lunch hour (we were the only table left around 2pm), she could have been more attentive.

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Katia (London)
5.0  Dined on January 24, 2014

This is such a great place! Have been here a few times and every new pot I try is better than the last. So much amazing and healthy food for a very reasonable price, really good drink specials, and even though the staff is a bit disorganised, they are soo nice :] Love this restaurant!

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Nate (Vancouver)
5.0  Dined on December 21, 2013

Overall, the atmosphere at Fire Pots was great! Very different in comparison to other restaurants, as in, it is great for a small group of friends, but yet it is also good for dates or special occasions. The food was really delicious overall, and all my friends mentioned they enjoyed it.
The service was excellent! The waitress was really kind to us, always asking how we are doing, etc. I wish I knew her name!!!

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AsianFoodFans (Vancouver)
4.0  Dined on December 16, 2013

Thoroughly enjoyed the food and the experience. The option to create custom hot pots with a choice of sauces and ingredients is a great feature. The homemade Honey Green Tea Ice Cream was yummy. Staff is friendly and helpful. Prices are very reasonable (Hot pot plus one drink and ice cream was only $25). Will be back. Enter the underground parking from Rosser Ave. for three hours free parking.
Since it was a Monday night the restaurant was quiet but will probably be noisier when full.

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unni (Vancouver)
3.0  Dined on December 12, 2013

the restaurant has a lot process problems, specially scaling issue. the current model may work good for 1 or 2 customers but when its some where 40% full , we waited for 2 hrs.

You need to change your process with
1) starters need to reach table fast than let people wait for hrs
2) you should define a max wait time for serving ( say 30 minutes , food should be served )

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RobinR (Vancouver)
3.0  Dined on December 11, 2013

Being the only one who had been to this restaurant before within my group, the service was disappointing and horrible. They had only one server for the whole restaurant and it was busy for a Wednesday evening. After we received our food, the server never came by to even ask us how things were with our food or if we wanted anything else. We did want desert but since we could not get her attention for most of the evening, we gave up on that idea. We literally had to go and get the server to ask for our bill since she was busy and we could not get her attention. She would totally ignore our table as she walked by to serve the other tables.

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judicious (Vancouver)
4.0  Dined on December 6, 2013

The individual hot pots are great. The are a hearty size at a good price and I love the ceramic.

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buck (Vancouver)
4.0  Dined on December 3, 2013

We were a group of 8 for lunch and we found the service to be very slow. This was not due to staff as there were only two other tables filled. Slowness was probably due to the nature of the food preperation and I would not recommend this restaurant for lunch, however I would very much do so for supper provided you are not in a rush.

Food was excellent.

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OpenTable Diner (Vancouver)
3.0  Dined on November 29, 2013

Food was delicious. Lots of food, but there should be when you pay that much. The servers didnt seem to communicate with each other, but I wouldnt say the service was bad.

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Debz (Vancouver)
4.0  Dined on October 4, 2013

Funky place. Friendly staff. Great concept, something different. Good prices. It's worth a try.

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Oyeah (Vancouver)
5.0  Dined on September 21, 2013

A group of 4 of us went for friday night dinner. It is right across the street from our highrise so it was very convenient. The atmosphere was excellent. It was very busy and they played fun, upbeat music for a younger/hip crowd. Age of guests looked about 20-40 ish. Our waiter was attentive and knowledgeable. He brought us all a shooter on the house which was a nice touch. The food was amazing! The portion sizes for what you pay are huge and the prices are very reasonable to begin with. The fact that is is super healthy is another bonus. We had a great time here and will definitely be going back.

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Foody (Vancouver)
5.0  Dined on September 20, 2013

Restaurant was clean, food was fresh and delicious and the service was great

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vipSeafoodLover (Vancouver)
4.0  Dined on August 26, 2013

The restaurant has a very attractive set up for hot pots and an interesting tapas menu. Each diner has an individual flat glass top burner for individual hot pots. My friend and I didn't try any of the hot pots this time as we were a bit pressed for time. The wonton chips with dip served at the beginning was excellent---not at all greasy. The portions for tapas are generous and the prices are very reasonable. The Hainanese chicken I had was fried or roasted, topped with chopped onions and herbs, not the usual plain boiled chicken with a light brown sauce. The dish was a bit dry and the chicken was a bit hard. The kitchen was concerned with the smallish portion of our orders and brought extra later. Service was very good. They aim to please!

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kamloops1 (Vancouver)
4.0  Dined on August 23, 2013

We had several food restrictions among the party, so the ability to pick and choose our ingredients meant that everyone's needs could be accommodated. Controlling the cooking of our own dishes added to the entertainment value of the meal. The food was healthy, tasty, and excellent quality. It was great to be able to attend a high quality restaurant in the neighbourhood, not having to drive across town. Parking was easy to find and free. When the servers learned that there was a birthday in the group, little "extras" appeared at our table, totally unexpected and much appreciated. Service was very friendly and efficient, and I felt that we got good value for what we paid for the meal and drinks. We will definitely return.

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Firsttimer (Vancouver)
5.0  Dined on August 23, 2013

Overall, the service & food at this location was outstanding. Food and drinks came quickly and there were even drink on the house due to a special occasion. The hotpot stoves were non-operational until the food came so it is kid-friendly. The broth of the food was rich in flavour and the whole group enjoyed the experience. One person even commented that they enjoyed watching a staff member making chocolate fondue at the counter. The only thing that was odd was that there weren't very many guests in the restaurant during our stay.

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vipOpenTable Diner (Vancouver)
4.0  Dined on August 20, 2013

Cool to have lots of choices of drinks with alcohol and atmosphere for a hotpot place. Place is nice and clean .. Food is fresh, however, over priced. If you choose to pick the soup base, meat, vegies, etc on your own, for example, beef is like $5 for approx. 15 slices ...and if you want to choose another kind of meat/vegies/mushroom/special sauces .. you'll need to pay additionally for each you pick. It could turn out to be a $30 meal not including drink and tax ..

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