Updated: November 07, 2018
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Nabezo in Tokyo: Affordable And Delicious Shabu-Shabu!

It's so great when you can find that sweet spot between high quality and affordability in terms of restaurants. Nabezo is it. Here, you'll have an amazing dinner with friends, you'll feel full and have a great time for a reasonable price.

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Nabezo

Nabezo has 16 branches in Tokyo alone, this super popular restaurant serves all-you-can-eat shabu shabu and sukiyaki. They use top quality beef, and vegetables from Japan, also they don't use and MSG's or additives.
Lunch starts at ¥1, 600 (it includes meat, vegetables, rice and noodles).
Dinner starts at ¥2,600 (unlike lunch, it includes dessert).
Both are quite a good deal given they are all-you-can-eat, and shabu shabu tends to be pricey elsewhere in Tokyo!

Menu

Nabezo offers high-quality meat and vegetables for a really reasonable price. The vegetables are locally grown and the meat is unbelievably tender.
You start by choosing shabu-shabu or sukiyaki, and then the type of course.
-Lunch is 1,600-2,800 yen per person during the week and is all-you-can-eat for 100 min.
-Lunch is pricier on the weekend, but there is a lot more to choose from.
-Dinner is between 2,600-4,600 yen for an all-you-can-eat meal for 100 min.
And then the staff brings you the meat to your table, and you can pick up a variety of delectable vegetables at the vegetable table.
You can even choose two types of broth if you can't make up your mind, so you can have the best of everything!
How about a nice ice cream or sherbet dessert to finish off your meal beautifully?
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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