Japanese shabu shabu....a healthy mixture of Kobe beef and fres vegetables...attentive and courteous server...
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This is the original shabuway, that has been brought to the Philippines with 4 branches already. The meat is good, cut thinly, perfect for shabu shabu. The vegetables are a bonus. The number one selling point though is the the dipping sauces for the meat,...More
This place used to be good. The quality of the meat and the soup has gone downhill. We would not come here again. The service was ok, they needed us to flag them down a few times. Not great for parties over 4 adults.
I have eaten at Shabuway San Mateo several times. The American Kobe is nicely marbled with a rich taste. The Sauces are excellent as are the Vegetables that come with the meal. It is a very popular Restaurant and the lines can be long. The...More
We (a family) visited Shabuway one day in October. Only the fact that it was our first family gathering for lunch couldn't upset our experience no matter what, but we will try to be objective about this restaurant as much as we can. Even that...More
Shabuway's version of shabu shabu is a step up from the classic Chinese hot pot. It's tastier, more satisfying. It has a distinctive Japanese element to the meal which my wife and I find virtually addictive causing us to satisfy our craving for this unique...More
My family and I have been to the restaurant about 30 times and we all really enjoy it. The shabu shabu is great. In addition to beef they have lamb and pork. They also offer a variety of vegetables. The prices are very reasonable and...More
We were in San Mateo and got a sudden craving for shabu. We decided on Shabuway and were pretty dissapointed. The "lean kobe meat" was actually pretty hard and the meat lacked taste, even after dipping the meat in all the sauces. I would look...More
No Problem with taste and presentation.........very good! However, definitely not "Japanese" service. Yoshinoya does better (oops, did I say that). Wish they would not mention the "All-you-can-Eat" on their homepage, especially the fine print which dates back to 2011.