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  • Cuisine: Japanese , Chinese
  • Accepts Credit Card: Yes
  • Parking: Street
  • Atmosphere: Normal
  • Take Reservations: Yes
  • Serves: Yes

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Shabu-Zen is a Japanese restaurant. It's located at 16 Tyler St (between Beac h St & Kneeland St) in Boston, MA 02111.

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  • Here are a few deals that Shabu-Zen in Boston has offered:
  • Dinner 10% off your total dinner - expired
  • Early Bird Dinner Special 15% off from 3pm to 5:30pm - Expired
  • 10% off lunch with printable coupons - Expired
  • Here are a few things people have to say in reviews about Shabu-Zen in Boston:
  • You gotta go there for the Japanese
  • The staff at Shabu-Zen is so friendly
  • The freshest cheapest Japanese in Boston.
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    Loved this place. Have the Mongolian spice broth if you like spice but don't forget the ginger. Yum!

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    10

    "Perfect "

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    Had Shabu here with a friend and it was delicious! We ordered the mushroom broth, highly recommend. Loved the flavor!

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    10

    "Perfect "

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    This was my first hot pot experience. Overall it was very good and just enough space on the table for everything, and they kept coming by and clearing off the empty platters. It was a hot plate built into the table and a short wide pot the servers brought over. We got the basic stuff because it was our first time. It was lunch time on a weekday so it was quiet which we were glad about, it meant the servers weren't spread too thin and were nice/patient with us.The food was presented nicely and the broth tasted good. The food all cooked very fast, in seconds actually. I enjoyed it. But I think it would be a better idea to have your first hot pot experience be the all you can eat somewhere instead so you're not killing your wallet doing an experiment and making costly mistakes. But if you're a hot pot pro, then this is a good spot for you.

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    10

    "Perfect "

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    It was my first time for my wife and me trying hot pot, i can tell it was a funny yummy experience.The food is delicious and service is amazing, overall it was a good experience and will do again for sure.Recommended dishes
    Hot Pot

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    Great experience and delicious hot pot every time! The restaurant isnt anything fancy but service is good and food is always consistent and great. Highly recommend - overall a great value.Dine in: Yes

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    Always the first place we visit in Boston.Our favorite meal in Boston. The food was off the chart good (and the French and Italian dinners the other nights were close runner ups). The seafood and beef was super fresh, the broths were full of flavor and the service was perfect. Highly recommended!

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    "Perfect "

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    This was our first time at a do-it-yourself hot pot restaurant and the staff was very kind and helpful in explaining the process and recommending popular options. The food was all fresh and delicious. The chocolate truffle we ordered for dessert was amazing and they even gave us free mochi ice cream! I'd rate higher than 5 stars if I could.

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    "Perfect "

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    The Japanese hot pot experience here was super fun and quality of food was excellent. We took the seafood platter with miso hot pot, everything was delicious!

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    "Perfect "

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    Great experience. We love hot pot. This is Japanese hot pot, great tasting meat. Broth is incredibly bland. No flavor to it at all. It's $7-9 extra to add tum yum flavor or the other flavors. They bring bean paste, hot oil, chives and garlic you can add to the broth, but it's still not the best.Portion size was good. Decently priced.

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    8

    "Great "

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    Food

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    Average hot pot place with good toppings in small portions.My friends and I initially came in looking for a Japanese shabu shabu, but it seemed like the hot pots here were closer to Chinese ones. The default dipping sauces on the table were also for Chinese hot pots, so we ended up ordering a mix of the tonkatsu broth and the Mongolian spicy broth. Even the tonkatsu broth was slightly different from the ones Ive had in Tokyo, but both were good nonetheless.For the toppings, we got the prime meat combo, seafood platter, and the vegetable delight. The quality of the meats was superb as advertised, but the portion was too small to share between the three of us. The seafood platter was slightly better, but without the vegetables, we wouldve left the restaurant with an empty stomach. Given the price, we were hoping for better portions but ended up trying to fill our stomachs with extra vegetables that came out with the seafood and the meat combo.Since Chinatown has several hot pot places with better deals, I would recommend going to those places if youre not specifically looking for the tonkatsu broth. Shabu zen may offer better alternative to Japanese shabu, but overall it wont be worth the extra cost.

    Overall Rating

    6

    "Good "