Shabu Sha – A Shabu Shabu in Paris? パリでしゃぶしゃぶ？
In the Marais, trendy district, a new cosy place…
Un shabu shabu à Paris ?
When China meets Japan…
A Wong Kai Wai mood but not for love… More for fun.
Nice and thought atmosphere and decoration.
The dishes-go-round like the kaiten sushi (回転寿司) is entertaining.
Shabu Shabu… Errr… But first what is it?
Shabu Shabu is the name of a Japanese dish. The original dish is the Chinese hot pot (shuan yang roy).
Shabu Shabu is an onomatopoeia evocating the sound of the ingredients stirring in the cooking pot.
Pretty menu with the history of Shabu Shabu.
L’histoire du Shabu Shabu….
Let’s start with some maki…
Quelques maki pour commencer…
All you can eat menu / Menu à volonté / 食べ放題のシステム
How to …
You have a pot of boiling water…
Shabu shabu-ing ingredients in a broth with vegetables and goji berries.
1) Choose the broth flavour: natural, spicy, miso…
2) Choose the sauce: Satay, peanuts..?
3) Choose and pour the ingredients
you like to make a custom dish.
Different ingrédients (from left to right): Eggs, Dim sums, shrimps, Enokitake mushrooms, shrimps, kamaboko, noodles…
Lemon honey tea
We took a refreshing lemon honey tea.
They is also a little selection of Japanese Saké and whiskys (Nikka, Yoichi) and even the Taiwanese, Kavalan Solist Sherry Cask.
Take a look at the other room in the back. I don’t have pictures. But it is full of tin toys and other cute objects…
The desert menu should be ready for the summer but we finished the meal with a fortune cookie.
And my destiny is…
This is not a Japanese restaurant. It is really a fusion of Asian dishes…
The concept is fun and the meal becomes a cool experience.
Nice decoration, nice service
Freshness and great variety of ingredients.
Vegan en gluten-free friendly.
Bad side of the price: all you can eat menu, the quantity of the ingredients.
Some ingredients were turning for a long time and seemed a bit tired (rare though).
18 € lunch & 25€ dinner all you can eat menu
72 rue des Gravilliers 75003 Paris 01 42 77 06 69
Mon: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Tue: 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Wed – Sun: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm