Halu Shabu Shabu



Came here with my family for the all you can eat, $18.99 dinner – includes Sliced Angus Beef, Sliced Pork, Vegetable Plates, and Shrimp. Comes with 3 different dipping sauces: Ponzu (soy sauce citrus vinegar), Goma sauce (sesame seed paste), and Satay sauce. Went with Tonkotsu soup base (extra $5) and received both glass noodles and ramen noodles. You also receive a small bowl of rice.Vegetable plate includes baby corn, lettuce, pumpkin squash, tofu, and mushroom.

It’s assumed that “all you can eat” means you can have an unlimited amount of food while you’re at the restaurant. However, you are only allowed a certain amount of food at a time. For instance, you can only have 2 meats at a time, or only shrimp and one type of meat, etc. After a certain point, the waitress would just leave the dish at the counter for us to pick up and bring to our table ourselves. Practically self-serve. It wasn’t even super busy at that time. We also didn’t receive the slotted spoon and other hot pot utensils, which would have made it a lot easier to take out items from the hot pot. Still, food was decent. Water (in the cup, not the hot pot) tastes gross though. Ample parking available in the lot as well.



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