Very popular place. Overall it's 3.5 stars. Nothing was bad considering the price.
The shabu shabu was pretty standard stuff, pretty average in quality (and shabu shabu is pretty low in quality on average), but I did notice that all the items on the train were being replaced promptly. So for example of course prawns are popular, but I didn't notice any shortages, well managed.
Bonuses (shabu shabu is one thing but you also get unlimited):
The biggest quality let down were the bonuses, but that won't impact the score. You pay for shabu shabu, and at the price, it's fair for just shabu shabu.
The sushi wasn't even really worth putting out there. The prawn tempura was never hot, simply the nature of trying to do tempura as all you can eat, so steamed them up over the shabu shabu. The gyoza was a similar affair.
Bottom line. the shabu shabu is fine, thanks for the drinks and dessert, ignore the rest.
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