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- Shabu A is the way to go. Also, best late night drunken-eats deal around ($14 full meal of prime rib-eye goodness from mid -1:30am on Fri and Sat)
- do you like to do it yourself?
- The best time to go eat in this place is during the lunch special. No reservation needed, no crowds, pretty quiet and relaxing while enjoying $16.00 shabu shabu for each. No rush in finishing!!!
- Everyone comes here for Shabu Shabu, but Don't sleep on the sukiyaki and the pork belly appetizer
- prime ribeye shabu shabu is a must. swirl it in the pot for about 2-3 seconds for the most perfect, medium rare, melt-in-your-mouth bite of meat. oh! and add extra scallions and radish to the ponzu sa
- Better to call and check if the waitlist isn't too long
- 25% chance free sauna w your shabu shabu
- The shabu-shabu is terrific, but the real star here is the bibimbap. I'm Korean, and they have one of THE BEST bibimbaps around. Intensely flavorful, it's hard to share.
- Long wait. Put your name down and check out some nearby bars.
- Best shabu shabu in nyc hands down! Great service too and when ordering the meal you get free ice cream green tea is my fave
- Try the Prime Rib
- best bibimbap in town, better than any korean restaurant. the pork belly appetizer is a must try.
- Go to shabu-tatsu and ask for the bonus raw egg with your shabu-shabu meal. great for dippin!
- It can be up to 2-2.5 hour wait for a table for 2 if you come at 6:30pm on a Friday night.
- Delicious, quick and attentive service. Very tiny, not much seating. Would make a great days spot.
- Parties of 4 or more can make a reservation.
- Traditional Japanese setting. Very good food. Lunch special is only $24 for two, coming with the best green tea ice cream ever
- Prime rib eye shabu shabu for 2 is 27 usd / person and it is a MUST TRY. Also green tea flavored ice cream is amazing. The stuff is very friendly. Hope to come back soon!
- red bean ice cream for dessert is good, beef bibimbap is good too.
- If you've never had shabu, this is yet another interesting E 10th Japanese spot to check. Shabu shabu = thin sliced meat cooked in boiling water, sukiyaki = thin...cooked in soy base, yakiniku = grill