John’s Chinese BBQ Restaurant is an AMAZING Chinese BBQ restaurant and was the Gold Award winner in the meat category of the 2013 Chinese Restaurant Awards for their BBQ pork. I have been to this restaurant and can see why they won the award – their BBQ pork is truly spectacular. The pork comes in a tasty sauce that further enhances the flavour. In addition to BBQ pork, the restaurant also has BBQ ribs, chicken, and duck in the Chinese BBQ style. Toronto Life has even taken notice of this restaurant and recently put it as one of their recommended restaurants in the September, 2013 issue. One of the specialties of the restaurant, according to this Toronto Life write-up is their char siu barbecue pork, which is barbecued pork belly and is not even on their official menu. Chris Nuttall-Smith of the Globe and Mail has also listed this restaurant as one of the 10 best places for Chinese food in the Toronto area.
The address of the restaurant is:
John’s Chinese B.B.Q. Restaurant
328 Hwy 7 East, Unit 10-11
Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3P7
Public Transit Directions:
Take subway to Finch. Then from Finch station, take the VIVA Blue bus north to Richmond Hill Centre Terminal. At Richmond Hill Centre Terminal, transfer to the VIVA Purple bus going east. Get off at Chalmers Rd. The restaurant is in the back of a shopping plaza. The VIVA Blue and VIVA Purple buses run quite often, around every 10 minutes or so.
There is a $2 per person Meetup fee for this event.
If you RSVP “yes” and change your mind about attending, please update your RSVP.
Those who RSVP “yes” are expected to show up.
You are expected to be at the event on time. In situations where you are late and the restaurant is full, your seat will be given away and not held, so please be on-time.
Attendance will be taken at all events and “no shows” will be tracked.
A person may be removed from the group for repeatedly being a “no show”.
A person who changes their RSVP to “no” with less than 3 hours before the start of an event without a good reason will be considered a “no show”.
A person who just briefly shows up at the event but does not stay at the restaurant for the meal will still be considered a “no show”.