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Shabuya Shabu-Shabu

Asian, Japanese

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30 votes

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Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 22:00

Sat, Sun &: 12:00 - 22:00

$41 based on 26 reviews
To make a free reservation,
call our hotline on 6884 6884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 63770070)
Shabuya Shabu Shabu features Japanese Hot-pot. The restaurant is built on various floor levels allowing diners to enjoy the view of the waterfront facing Sentosa. Shabuya offers a comprehensive menu that incorporates the all-time favorites as well as the restaurant signature items and good value-for-money pricing policy. See what foodies like this place for
Pepperminter • 08 Jul 201474 reviews 1 followers

Even though we bought the voucher from Groupon, the service that we received was unacceptable. Not just the service was bad, the food was not fantastic. Even paying just 50% of the original price, I still don't think it's worth while.

Please reconsider if you're going there.

http://www.pepperminter.com/2014/07/buffet-shabuya-shabu-shabu-buffet.html?spref=fb

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  • American Express All Cards

    American Express

    01 Jul 2014 - 30 Sep 2014

    American Express Selects® Dining Promotion

    50% savings on a la carte food bill when 2 diners each order a main course

     

    33% savings on a la carte food bill when 3 diners each order a main course

     

    20% savings on a la carte food bill when 4 to 10 diners each order a main course

    Valid on main courses: Beef sets, Seafood sets, Pork sets and Others (Surf & Turf Chicken and Lamb).

     

    The discounts (20%, 33% and 50%) are only applicable for 2 to 10 persons dining in the restaurant with minimum order of one (1) main course per person. Discounts are applicable for total à la carte food bill only, excluding beverages, taxes and service charge, unless otherwise stated. Diners are advised to check with the service staff at the participating outlets on what constitutes a main course before placing their orders. The merchant may deny a discount if correct information was provided but not heeded. Diners from the same party may not split bills even if they request for separate tables. Definition of a party is a group of two (2) or more persons dining at one (1) table or more tables. Privileges are limited to one (1) redemption per visit, per Card, per bill, per table, per party and per occasion, and when there is a request for separate tables this will be considered as one (1) party. Party size is limited to ten (10) persons, after which discounts will not apply. Only children aged seven (7) and above will be counted as one diner. Meal periods, menus, prices, change of concept and operating hours can change during the promotion period.

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What others are saying...

Pepperminter • 08 Jul 201474 reviews 1 followers

Even though we bought the voucher from Groupon, the service that we received was unacceptable. Not just the service was bad, the food was not fantastic. Even paying just 50% of the original price, I still don't think it's worth while.

Please reconsider if you're going there.

http://www.pepperminter.com/2014/07/buffet-shabuya-shabu-shabu-buffet.html?spref=fb

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Jumbosstar • 17 Feb 201410 reviews 0 followers

Stumbled upon the restaurant by chance when my hubby and I were deciding to do a post-Vday makan session. They had a promotion for Weekend Brunch at $36.90 Shabu Shabu buffet with free flow drinks. I thought the deal sounded good esp since it included Sashimi. You've got to finish it within 2 hours which was ok but they were a bit slow to start off.
 
So you have a choice between Shabu or BBQ and we chose the...

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Hoongy ! • 16 Sep 20131792 reviews 250 followers

It has been rainy season recently, and hence I needed some heartwarming soup for the soul. Enter Shabuya at Vivocity.
 
Being full house on Sunday, I am glad I made a booking in advance as I saw time and time people being turned away at the door.
 
I went with the wagyu beef ($25), which had a good level of marbling. Simple dipping in its shoyu based soup was all that was needed.
 
I also went with...

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Wagyu Beef