Sunday, July 31, 2011

Dinner at Posh

Our night at Posh was filled with unique experiences and delicious fare. Posh offers the diner a new way to think about eating. Described as an improvisational restaurant...chef Josh Herbert uses seasonal ingredients to craft individual meals each night.

Menu? There is no menu. Just a small sheet of paper listing that night's main ingredients. Don't like fish you have the option to cross it off. Allergic to nuts or just don't want blue cheese....write it down.  Want your meat cooked well done there's an option for that too.

Most importantly choose your courses. Starting with 4 up to what they call the "full tasting;" you can even elect to pair each course with wine. Dinner begins with either a soup or salad and progresses from there depending on the number of courses you choose. Always ending with a dessert.

Some people think not knowing what your going to eat takes all the fun out of dining...I'd have to disagree. The uniqueness of both the ingredients and preparation makes the experience worth it.

Unfortunately I didn't take detailed notes on the food we ate. Let's face it...I was just so eager to start tasting.  So hopefully my brief descriptions and food photo's are enough to show you what we enjoyed during our Posh experience.

Panko Encrusted Frog Legs with Turnips & Tart Cherry Compote

Wild Boar Bacon, Matchstick Carrots, Spicy Green Peppers & Beans

Duck Breast with Sweet Potato Mash & Asparagus

Mascarpone Creme Nestled Between Puff Pastry with Tart Cherry Compote

7167 E. Rancho Vista Drive #111
Scottsdale, AZ 85251-1496
(480) 663-7674


  1. I love every kind of food adventure. Sounds (and looks!) like a wonderful time. Please stop by my blog and pick up an award and pass it on.

  2. Hi Theresa! I love this kind of dining.. if I ever had a restaurant this is what I would like to do.. family style!! Although.. when my family see's those "oh so human looking frog behinds" in the butcher case they tell me "don't even!"

  3. I wish it was closer to me! What a tease!

  4. Ooooh...the duck breast and wild boar look heavenly!

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  6. My husband's ultimate treat would be to come home and see panko crusted frog legs on the table! Wow, wish i had dinner with you!

  7. I'll keep this review in my back pocket for the next time I'm in Scottsdale, but I may skip the frog's legs, even though I grew up with a mom who made them often enough.

  8. Everything looks so good! I sure wish I lived closer. We'd be going to Posh for dinner tonight. Thank you so much for sharing with me. I hope you have a great day, my friend. Love from Austin!