Below you will find all of the best shabu shabu SF restaurants, though in keeping with the highest principles of Brunch Club, we only review shabu shabu restaurants that offer all you can eat and drink. For the uninitiated, shabu shabu is a Japanese cuisine in which you’re served a pot of boiling broth with raw meat, noodles and vegetables on the side. You then dip the raw meat/veggies/noodles into the broth to cook them (this is how shabu shabu gets its name – it translated to “swish swish,” the motion you use to cook the meat in the broth.
Without further adieu, the shabu shabu SF list:
|The Place||The Shabu Shabu||The AYCE+D Deal||The Neighborhood||The Rating|
|Mums Cafe||Beef, lamb, pork and chicken in a miso broth. A fun environment that’s perfect for huge groups.||$42.95 for 90 minutes||Lower Pac Heights||🍜🍜🍜🍜🍜|
|Shabu House||Beef, lamb and pork in a choice of water, spicy miso or ginger chicken broths.||$46 with meat, $36 without for two hours||Inner Richmond, West Portal||🍜🍜🍜🍜|
|Happy Shabu Shabu||Beef, pork and chicken in a miso broth.||$39.95 for two hours||Western Addition||🍜🍜🍜|
|Kufuya||Beef and lamb with miso and tonkatsu broth options.||$39 for 90 minutes||Outer Richmond||🍜🍜🍜|