All-You-Can-Eat Shabu Shabu in Tokyo!
Shabu Shabu is a staple dish in Japan. It's everything you could want or need: thinly sliced meat in a delicious broth, lots of vegetables; its fresh, filling and healthy. What more can you possible hope for! Shabu shabu is usually beef and fresh vegetables that you cook in a dashi (fish stock broth). A little warning though, it's deliciously addictive..
The shabu shabu all-you-can-eat-course is ¥4,900 (you can also choose a normal course); it normally comprises beef, vegetables, appetisers and noodles.
They only serve lunch on the weekend, and it starts at ¥1,380 (it includes meat, vegetables, rice and noodles).
Dinner starts at ¥2,180 (unlike lunch, it includes a dessert).
Both are quite a good deal given they are all-you-can-eat and shabu shabu tend to be pricey elsewhere in Tokyo!
This restaurant has various seating arrangements, so it is fitted for dates, dinner with colleagues, family outings, etc.
All-you-can-eat starts at ¥4,000. They import top quality meat from the USA, Canada and Spain. And they offer a wide variety of vegetables that they serve to your table on a cart.
The all-you-can-eat course starts at ¥2,780 and includes fresh Japanese vegetables, etc. (for 120 minutes). For an extra ¥1,500, you can have all-you-can-drink as well.
- Wanderlust Foodaholic
- I love traveling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of different local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.