Shabu Shabu is a hot-pot style dish where diners cook their own ingredients at the table. Menus usually contain thinly sliced meats, a variety of seafood selections, vegetables, noodles and and other side items served with a small bowl of rice and dipping sauces.
Shabu is translated to the word "swish" in which customers place their raw items into the hot pot and swish the meat/veggies around until fully cooked.
Here at Ten Shabu we offer the best selection of fine, freshly cut meats served with a combo plate that contains: corn, napa, udon/vermecelli noodles, tofu, sqaush, tomato, and two types of mushrooms. Along with that, we offer our three, best tasting, home-made dipping sauces: ponzu, satay, and sesame sauce.
Each person will receive their own hot pot containing one of the many flavorful broths we have to offer such as: sukiyaki, Japanese fish broth, tonkatsu(pork bone), miso, etc. We also give customers the option to add extra spice into their broth to add that extra flavorful kick.
Ten Shabu is here to provide customers with great service as well as great, tasting food, and a wonderful experience that will leave you with tummy's filled and the urge to come back for more.