I had the around the world platter, which came with ribeye, chicken, shrimp, and salmon. Instead of the traditional shabu shabu broth, I went with the sukiyaki (tastes like a sweet teriyaki sauce. I felt the need for extra soy this day). The meat and veggies were all good. For an appetizer I had the yellowtail collar and miso cod wrapped in zucchini and sprinkled with goat cheese. The yellowtail collar was cooked and very moist. It was a little plain, but the dipping sauce that it came with helped a lot. I didn't care for the miso cod. There was too much zucchini and it overpowered the fish.
|Miso Cod wrapped in Zuccini|
I've never had a bad experience at a shabu shabu restaurant before and don't think I ever will. Other than the quality of the beef, its pretty hard to mess it up. The service was a little slow, but I was really hungry so it just could have been me. I will probably be back to get my quick soy fix.