Shabu World is a relocated OC-er's answer to SD's serious lack of choice hot pot eats, rectifying said shortcoming with cook-your-own "shabu shabu" cuisine, which translates from the Japanese word for the sound meat makes when cooking in hot oil, as they apparently lack a word for "Ow!!".
Get in there and:
Choose Your Beef: Though before you select "subliminally dissing Nas in The Blueprint", you may want to consider pork and chicken, or aquatic beasts like scallops, mussels, and salmon.
Make Your Broth: Start with a little soy sauce, then show people you used to watch Emeril by adding fresh radish, garlic, and onion. If you aren't down with the traditional seaweed-spiked base, you will offend them, but whatever, enjoy your Miso, Spicy, or Sukiyaki.
Ignore the Vegetables: Yep. You heard right.
Dip That Ish: Daintily drop meat/ not veggies in a peanut or ponzu sauce, either of which you can heat up with a sesame oil so spicy that old p*rn channel actually watches it.
Celebrating the opening through the end of February, they're letting 21-and-uppers have their choice of a gratis small or large sake, which translates from the Japanese word for calling your ex at 3a just to "check in and let her know you're totally doing great".
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