SHABU SHABU

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By Jo Rittey

 

Shabu shabu; so good they had to say it twice. And what is this repeated wonder, you ask? A Japanese nabemono hotpot dish of thinly sliced meat and vegetables boiled in water, served with dipping sauces, the term is onomatopoeic, representing the sound emitted when the ingredients are stirred in the cooking pot.

 

You want to hear it, don’t you? See whether the onomatopoeia is all its cracked up to be? Well now you can and it’s not that far away.

 

Located at Level 4 of Emporium Melbourne, Tetsujin brings theatrics to all aspects of your dining experience. The Shabu Shabu is no different, with a portable grill placed on each table to watch your delicious stock and additions boil to perfection.

 

A hearty and delicious dish that can be shared with anywhere from 1 to 5 people, Tetsujin’s shabu shabu continues their tradition of sharing mixed with dining theatrics with a portable grill placed on each table to watch your stock and ingredients boil to perfection.

 

With 5 different stock bases to choose from and more than 45 ingredients from premium cuts of wagyu to shitake mushrooms, crab stick, udon and fresh oysters… the shabu shabu is tailored to everyones tastes.

 

How to Shabu

  1. Choose your soup base
  • Beef and tomato stock
  • Spicy stock
  • Tonkotsu (pork) stock
  • Sukiyaki (sweet soy) stock
  • Vegetable stock
  1. Choose your premium cut
  • Wagyu Beef
  • Beef
  • Pork
  • Lamb
  1. Choose from 45 different ingredients
  2. Time to Shabu Shabu

 

Starting at $18.90, get your favourite people together and head into tetsujin and try shabu shabu today.

 

Tetsujin

Emporium, Melbourne

www.tetsujin.com.au

 

 

 

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