If you are looking for a good place for sukiyaki, DO NOT EAT AT POSH. They are marketing sukiyaki as something stylish and exclusive, hence the name "Posh" and the ridiculously pretentious decor. Sukiyaki is traditional peasant food, often eaten at winter parties in relaxed, casual environments. There is nothing traditional about this dump though.
After a twenty minute wait, our food came out clumsily heaped, with no regard to presentation, on a stained and chipped plastic plate. Our udon noodles came out a cold solid brick, obviously just taken from vacumn sealed plastic and just dumped into a bowl. Many of the ingredients were clearly not fresh. Black and rotting spinach, soggy translucent enoki, and old looking cabbage bespeak poor or no quality control. I doubt that any of the produce was locally grown.
Often a good indicator of a restaurants standards, the bathrooms were disgusting. Toilet paper and paper towels on the floor. Piss on the seat and the floor. Dirty sinks, drty walls, everything in the restaurant looked somewhat dirty actually. Our party of four arrived at the beginning of dinner service and the place was empty, so the bathroom could not have been cleaned that day and I would guess not the day before either. Curious I looked at the VIHA health inspections website and my fears were confimed as they received a high hazard rating.
Food better than this place can be found in your local food court for less money. Posh cares more about it's image than it cares for you. Spend your hard-earned money somewhere else, somewhere that deserves it.