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A New Shabu Shabu Spot Brings High-end Swishing to Chinatown
Shabu Shabu Mayumon is a sister restaurant to the acclaimed Shabu Shabu Macoron.
California Shabu Shabu Opening Soon in Santa Monica
So far the menu loos more affordable than nearby Mizu 212 and you know those lines won’t reach Shabu Shabu House levels for a few years.
Hollywood’s Noir Wine Bar Goes Back To Shabu Shabu; Susan Feniger Cooks at
A wine bar doesn’t work on LaBrea, so owners go back to the original barely-working concept, while Susan Feniger’s Street team holds a demo and tasting in Santa Monica.
Shabu-Ya Coming to KTown
A Japanese restaurant is planned in Koreatown’s new lofts.
Camacho’s Opens New Cafe Off Olvera; Yojie Brings Sukiyaki to Downtown
New Japanese and Mexican flavors come Downtown.
Pho My God: Newly Opened Pho 32 Will Serve Soup 24 Hours
A look at the East Village’s new pho and shabu-shabu spot.
Quickly Opens New Location Serving Squid Balls in a Bag
Plus bubble teas, slushes, and fried chicken bits.
New Shabu-shabu Joint Serves Wagyu in Chinatown
At a new Chinese-owned, Japanese-style shabu-shabu joint, you get the usual soups that you can prepare at your table, plus Almond Flower carryovers such as panfried goose liver in red-wine sauce.