It's a cold day and you're sharing this meal around a steaming hot pot in the centre of the table. Now, throw in a little sake or a beer, and if this isn't heaven, it's darn close.
Shabu-shabu allows diners to laugh, share, drink, cook and eat all together over the course of a leisurely meal. Largely unknown until recently, it is a type of Japanese cuisine that is gaining in popularity. People introduced to the cuisine of Japan through sushi, have begun to explore what other traditions Japanese cuisine has to offer. This nabemono, or one pot meal, couldn't be more perfect for the type of magic that happens over a shared meal.
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Restaurant and Automation Specialists are suppliers of Modu sushi trains, robots, plates and covers. Restaurant and Automation Specialists design and build sushi restaurants/kiosks and provide support ...