Prime Rib Shabu gets you Stuffed in the Richmond

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There’s a joke somewhere in a restaurant that makes its customers cook the food, but that’s just the way with shabu shabu, a Japanese dining style that has customers dip raw ingredients into boiling water or broth. The latest from Luke Sung (who also owns Isa and Domo) stands apart because those ingredients include hand-cut slices of prime rib. The draw, according to UrbanDaddy, is not just the quality but the quantity: The all-you-can-eat special gives you access to pretty much the whole menu, ensuring that you’ll never leave hungry, but you may never want to leave. [Urban Daddy]