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(Closed) Shabu-hana Japanese Restaurant

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Address: #01-01, 14 Mohamed Sultan Road, 238963

Located along Mohamed Sultan Road, Shabu-hana Japanese Restaurant is an established restaurant specialising in shabu shabu.Shabu-hana provides a relaxing dining ambiance with many japanese influences for its decor. Its menu features fresh, high-quality ingredients such as Wagyu shabu shabu and Kurobuta Pork shabu shabu.

Mon - Sun: 18:00 - 23:00

Last order: 10:15pm

+65 62358216
$74 based on 10 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Private Dining (6 votes), Business Dining (5 votes)

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4.5

Fine dinning

A pleasant dinning Japanese restaurant.

Good for entertainment or weekend family dinner.

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• 10 Jan 2012 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Our 15th anniversary - expensive and boring

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I am a lover of shabu shabu and was googling for a good authentic japanese shabu shabu restaurant. It came out a few choices and we decided to go for this one after reading the review here.

Meat:-

We ordered Australian Wagyu (beware, the japanese Wagyu costs double the price) and Kurobota pork shabu shabu

To our dismay, the portion is really really stingy.

For those who eat a lot, mind you, there are only about 6 thin slices of Wagyu beef. The portion for Kurobota pork is more reasonable.

Although I must admit, both types of meat is soft and tender.

Vegetables:

Lack of variety (cabbages, shredded carrot, shredded leek, shimeiji mushrooms, glass noodles and mind you - 4 pcs of tofu)

As the portion is very very stingy, and did not include any staple, do order rice or ramen to fill up the rest of your stomach.

Sauces/ dip:

Ponzu and the sesame peanut paste dip - honestly speaking, my verdict: I can easily get better quality and tastier ones at Mediya supermarket.

Drinks:

Be careful if you are not a strong alcoholic drinker - the plum wine contains 25% of alcohol! It was masked by the sweetness of plum that I couldn't tell that it was THAT strong, until I felt the heat on my face.

Side dishes:

I ordered Natto - as it is an acquired taste - my hubby did not enjoy. The grilled Ika was miserable - Waraku / Nanbantei serve better ones.

Price:

$$$$ - costly meal

$52 for Wagyu set and $58 for Kurobota set

Including drinks and side dishes + service charges and taxes, the bill came up to be about $176 for 2 person.

Service:

Not consistent. Some waitresses have more initiatives and are more pro-active than others. Overall, I think this is a very cost saving restaurant.

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• 30 Aug 2010 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Fine dinning

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A pleasant dinning Japanese restaurant.

Good for entertainment or weekend family dinner.

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• 16 Aug 2009 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Great dinner but still hungry

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I ordered the wagyu beef set meal and the food was excellent including the fresh ramen noodles. However I have to admit that the beef was so thinly sliced that I was starving an hour after my dinner. If you come here for dinner I recommend you order a rice dish afterwards as a filler.
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