72 Rue des Gravilliers 75003 – To Book : 01 42 77 06 69
Opening Hours : Lundi 12h00 – 15h00 / 19h00 – 23h00 Mardi 19h00 – 23h00 Mercredi – Jeudi 12h00 – 15h00 / 19h00 – 23h00 Vendredi – Samedi 12h00 – 15h00 / 19h00 – 23h30 Dimanche 12h00 – 15h00 / 19h00 – 23h00
Shabu Sha : What does that mean? Where does it come from? What is the concept?
Shabu Sha is a diminutive of « Shabu Shabu » which is a Japanese Fondue.
The fondue appeared 1000 years ago in China, was first imported by Mongolian and generalized in all Asian countries. The Shabu Shabu is a Japanese variation of the chinese fondue.
Shabu Shabu is a Japonese onomatopoeia meaning « SWISH SWISH »describing the light swishing sound of meat diving into hot broth.
It is a popular hot pot dish from Japan consisting of thinly sliced meat and bite-sized vegetables cooked in steaming hot broth. The main difference between shabu shabu and other types of Japanese hot pot is that rather than simmering all the ingredients together before serving, shabu shabu is cooked bite by bite over the course of the meal like a fondue.
- You first choose your broth (it can be Miso, Thai , nature or spicy)
- Then you choose the sauce (sesame, satay, peanuts or barbecue)
- Eventually you pick up the dishes of your choice over 40 ingredients from the conveyor belts :meat, fish, vegetables, side dishes, pastas, ravioli.
- Let it cook to suit your taste and enjoy!
It is an unlimited menu at 18euros at noon and 25euros in the evening.
The positive sides: The atmosphere is friendly and warm, the concept is playful, the food is healthy and the price is fair considering the unlimited formula.
Our advice: It is best to book in advance as the place is most of the time fully booked. To Book : 01 42 77 06 69