3 Fab Shabu Shabu Restaurants

Shabu Shabu (샤브샤브) is one of the most delicious things you can eat. Originally from China, but also famous in Japan, it is often called “hot pot”. In Korea it has many delightful variations that involve a fusion of different cultures.
In the Pyeongtaek area we have eaten almost as much Shabu Shabu as we have eaten Budaejjigae so we’ve done our research. These are our favorite styles thus far, as well as our favorite place to eat each one. This list is in no particular order and summarizes our favorite places and styles.  Click through to the full blog for additional information and addresses. We are too lazy to put it all here.
This is what we eat when we are craving crazy amounts of veggies. At this particular restaurant, you not only get veggie but you also have unlimited meat. So come hungry.
1. Pumpkin Duck Shabu Shabu
Go here hungry because the side dishes are a meal in themselves. You will be feasting on shaved pork and duck cooked in pumpkin. Then you will be left wondering how you lived before eating this meal.
2. Seafood Shabu Shabu with Udon
Sometimes we aren’t feeling like a lot of meat, so we choose seafood shabu shabu which is lighter… well, it would be lighter if we didn’t our body weight in side dishes. This particular restaurant is nice because the pot is split in half. So you can actually order pork and seafood at the same time and cook them separately.
3. Beef Shabu Shabu with Homemade Noodles
The full blog for this restaurant will come along in a few weeks, but it needed to be on this list. This restaurant does not serve side dishes with their shabu shabu, instead they rely on one of the most delicious broths I’ve ever tasted. This particular restaurant is a chain, but they are not all created equal. The one in Anjung-eup is one of the best meals I’ve ever had and non of the other versions of this chain come close. Since there isn’t a bigger blog for this yet. Here is the name and address.
Name: 등촌칼국수
Address: 경기도 평택시 안중읍 안중로18번길