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Posted by Shabu Daba Do on 01/04/2010
This restaurant specializes in Shabu-Shabu, which is intriguing and a good novelty to show to companions. Each table has an induction cooktop built into it, and when you order a Shabu-Shabu, they put a pan of stock on it and start it boiling, and then you pick thin-sliced meat and vegetables off trays and swish them in it to cook them. You get 2 sauces and 4 toppings. To finish, you drink as much of the broth as you want. You also get starch; they gave me a small bowl of noodles which was still very filling. It's not a bad meal. My personality is like this, but I found it a nuisance after the novelty wore off. Still, everybody should do this once, and some may never get enough of it.
Posted by Am I addicted yet? on 12/28/2009
I went here for the first time a few days ago. The decor is a lot like an upscale cafeteria; so I suppose the tone is cheerful and informal. Not unpresentable. I bought sushi a la carte. My sense of taste/smell isn't always keen, but the sushi was attractive, very well made, without tough parts, and tasted excellent. You may also have noted that they're open all afternoon. I'm very excited about this place.