Eating in Suwon & Bundang

Shabushi: Shabu shabu + sushi all-you-can-eat

Hey, it’s been a while since my last review, but I just finished my last post about my trip to Thailand, so I’m back for a brief time! I wanted to start with a review of a place I discovered just recently: Shabushi, an all-you-can-eat restaurant with shabu shabu and sushi. This will be a very short review, but I hope it’s still useful for you πŸ™‚

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There’s a rotatory tray with small plates of meat, noodles, dumplings, and veggies. Despite the colors of the plate, the buffet is already all included so don’t be afraid to grab things, but do not grab things you won’t be eating.

Besides the shabu food, there are also some prepared dishes, sushi, some drinks and dessert.

After grabbing your food, you can put it in the pot in front of you, where the waitress should have already poured in some soup. Cabbage and meat cook fast, while other things like pumpkin take a bit longer, so make sure to plan ahead :p

Food here isn’t phenomenal, but it is quite good and very needed in the winter time. Prices are fair for the area, and include all the food you will need to eat so it is still a good deal, specially if you eat a lot. Try it out and let me know!

Opening times and prices: lunch time is W13,900, dinner is W17,900 and weekends is W18,900. Special price for kids at W11,900.

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4 thoughts on “Shabushi: Shabu shabu + sushi all-you-can-eat

  1. Hey Mimi, that’s a great place! it’s the very first time ever that I hear of a Japanese restaurant with a spinning tray that is not only for sushis! I love the concept and I’m sure the food was delicious πŸ™‚


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