Shabu Zen Shibuya

4.21 Vote Currently Closed
  • Address: Japan, 10-8 Kamiyama cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0047 Shibuya Creston Hotel B1
  • Timings: 05:00 pm - 11:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +81-334850800
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids

If you are craving some delectable shabu-shabu while on your visit to Shibuya-ku, a visit to Shabu Zen Shibuya would sure prove to be a delightful experience. In the restaurant, a relaxing and sophisticated atmosphere would welcome you and the traditional Japanese style decor, and the friendly waitresses dressed in Kimono would welcome you. The restaurant has table seats as well as tatami rooms and they serve carefully selected premium Japanese beef for that delectable taste. Whether you are visiting for a dinner with friends or with your loved one, you are sure to enjoy a fine dining experience at Shabu Zen Shibuya.

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  • Shabu Zen Shibuya Address: Japan, 10-8 Kamiyama cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0047 Shibuya Creston Hotel B1
  • Shabu Zen Shibuya Contact Number: +81-334850800
  • Shabu Zen Shibuya Timing: 05:00 pm - 11:30 pm
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Shabu Zen Shibuya Reviews & Ratings

  • I had a wonderful experience!! We did not know that the single dish ordering only has three pieces of beef each, and we somehow got complimentary sirloin beef. The waiter speaks a little English and was very helpful. :-)

  • Unfortunately, I do not recommend. I feel it was our fault for not ordering properly. The food and meat was high quality but the costs were high. Their English wasn't good so they weren't able to assist with ordering. We may have had a better experience if we knew what we were doing.

  • Amazing, staff really nice and helpful for someone that doesn’t know how to proceed with eating Shabu shabu. One the other hand, it is quite expensive (8000yen all u could eat+500yen table service+10%tax= 10,000yen for 1 person) however worse it - trust me 😋

  • Had BOTH sukiyaki and shabu-shabu hear. Service and food were fantastic. Restaurant is a bit away from the hustle and bustle of Shibuya, but that makes it better. Nice ambiance and, yes, it's the restaurant featured in "Lost in Translation." (that had no impact on my rating). Note: if you've had Chinese (Taiwanese) shabu-shabu in the US, you will find that this is slightly different: meat and vegetables are cooked in a clear broth the dipped in a sesame sauce or a pony sauce.

  • Great food. Especially good if you want all you can eat wagyu beef

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