These soups are so fresh that they can drink three big bowls of Japanese-style shabushabu hot pot

Although in my big mountain chicken village, the heavy Sichuan spicy butter hot pot and the new style hot pot each have one side. But Japanese hot pot is also popular with some small fresh taste lovers.

The weather is cold. Drink a bite of rich tonkotsu soup with the delicate fragrance of vegetables and the tenderness of meat. The health and deliciousness are satisfied. Here are a few well-acclaimed shabushabu Japanese hot pots for everyone.

Yojié Japanese Fondue

Yelp four-star daily material: student card can also be XNUMX% off! Shabushabu is a combination of stew and vegetables, typical Japanese hot pot flavor. The desserts are very good, especially the chocolate fondue. In addition to milk chocolate, there are also matcha chocolate and red velvet flavors.

Address: 501 W Olympic Blvd Ste 102 Los Angeles, CA 90015

Aki Restaurant

This Japanese hot pot recommended by a Japanese friend: Sukiyaki on the menu, the soup tastes heavy, and raw eggs are used as sauce, which is more flavorful than shabushabu's clear soup shabu-shabu. In addition to small hot pots, there are various Japanese dishes such as sushi and sashimi.

Address: 11513 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025 | (310) 479-8406


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The unique polygon hot pot blooms like a flower. Watching the fresh, high-succulent ingredients boil in such a container, I believe it will make people want to use chopsticks. Its home decoration is also mainly bamboo, which has very Japanese characteristics. In addition to the hot pot, here is a good choice for a taste of exquisite and authentic Japanese ingredients!

418 E 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90012 | (213) 617-1016

Yojie Japanese Fondue and Sake Bar

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The decoration is simple but gives a clean and comfortable feeling. There are three kinds of base to choose from for hot pot: Japanese-style shabuSHABU, Sukiyaki, and spicy miso soup. Speaking of ingredients, the freshness and meat quality are not worse than other hot pot restaurants, from ribs, Kobe beef to salmon. What's more exciting for foodies is that in addition to ice cream, desserts also have cheese fondue!

2803 S. Diamond Bar Blvd, Diamond Bar, CA 91765 | (909) 274-7588
11710 E. South St. #105, Artesia, CA 90701 | (562) 402-2288
501 W. Olympic Blvd. #102, Los Angeles, CA 90015 | (213) 988-8808

New Article Group / Shin-sen-gumi

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The newly-produced group, known for its ramen noodles, can't be ignored. In addition to the well-known Shabu-Shabu / Sukiyaki, there are also Chanko, Haktata Mizutaki, and Motsu-Nabe. As for the difference, you can go to the official website to learn about it. Remember that the Japanese-style hot pot offered by each branch is different, don't get it wrong.

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Tokyo Shabu Shabu

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It advocates the tenet of "healthy, delicious and fun", and provides high-quality meat for guests who love Shabu Shabu. The elegant decoration and friendly service have attracted a large number of foodies who love Japanese hot pot.In addition to the cost-effective set meal for two, there is also a weekday lunch at $9.99 Wagyu Special (a set meal based on Kobe beef), and during the Happy Hour, food prices start from $1.5.

141 N Atlantic Blvd, Ste 100B, Monterey Park, CA 91754 | (626) 282-6795
345 S Lake Ave, Pasadena, CA 91101 | (626) 844-7355

Shabu Shabu House

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Its Japanese-style hot pot menu is very simple. There are two sets of ingredients, including snowflake beef, vegetables, noodles, and rice. The set meal differs in that there are 10 and 15 pieces of Snow Fat Beef, respectively, and the prices for lunch and dinner are also different. If you want to add more materials, you can order. Although there aren't any other special ingredients, the only snowflake fat beef on this plate still attracts a large number of loyal fans.

127 Japanese Village Plaza Mall, Los Angeles, CA 90012 | (213) 680-3890


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