23 Serangoon Central
#B1-80A NEX &JOY Japanese Food Street
Singapore 556083

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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11:00am - 10:00pm

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Treat your loving parents or the parent-figures in your life to a well-deserved meal at Shabu-GO! Available from 26 April till 19 Jun 2022, Shabu-GO has launched a dine-in exclusive “Parents’ Day Special” Shabu Set that’s great for 2 or 4 pax! Savour the sweetness of the new Shark-fin Melon soup base (available for a limited period only) together with a sumptuous spread of seafood, meat & vegetables and in-house special dipping sauces!

Menu Options:
▪️Shabu Set for 2 - $49.90
▪️Shabu Set for 4 - $109.90

Location: Shabu-GO (NEX), 23 Serangoon Central, #B1-80 NEX, Singapore 556083

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Take this gorgeous marbled beef for a dip in one of Shabu-GO’s delicious soup bases such as Healthy Clear Dashi, Chicken Chintan, All-time Favourite Sukiyaki, Refreshing Yuzu Dashi, Collagen-rich Paitan and Nourishing Ginseng Tonkotsu.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/japan-shiok/#Shabu-GO

If you thought Shabu-GO’s small salmon kaisen set was enough to feed this beast, then you don’t know me at all. Of course I’m adding on more meat! I gotta say, for just $5++, this serving of pork collar is quite a decent deal. The slices aren’t too thin, and they’re pretty sizeable too once you unfurl them. Yes, the meats are infinitely better value than the seafood. Stick with the animals that don’t swim, kids.⠀

The closest thing Shabu-GO have to a signature item is definitely their cuttlefish paste. Yes, that’s the white & orange lump in the bowl. They do have a couple of varieties of cuttlefish paste, but I gravitated towards the tobiko cuttlefish paste and traded six bucks for it. What a brilliant decision that was, even if I do say so myself.⠀

The cuttlefish had been minced & blended down into a smooth, thick paste, and all you gotta do is spoon a measure of it into the boiling soup to cook. Yeah, that’s all you gotta do. Even without the aid of your dipping sauce of choice, it’s actually pleasantly tasty. It’s clean, a little savoury, and delightfully bouncy. A true joy to chew, and the little tobiko that you cook in with the paste pop in your mouth with their signature burst of umami oomph.⠀

This six buck bowl will get you about six to seven lumps that are a little larger than a golf ball, and these lovely little lumps of cuttlefish will get you a whole lotta gluttonous gratification. Like I done said before, get a meat set, add on extra meat if you’re looking to unleash the beast, and get one of these cuttlefish paste thingies to uplift your mood.

Shabu-GO is yet another(!) Japanese hotpot place, but I ain’t really complaining. A lil’ competition never hurt anyone, plus variety IS the spice of life. Unfortunately they are NOT a buffet hotpot (booooooooo!), but they do have a few sets to get you started on your pothead adventures.⠀

I’m gonna cut to the chase and be brutally honest here: the salmon kaisen set ain’t really worth the $23.90++ price tag. Unless you’re a seafood diet extremist who refuses to eat anything that doesn’t breathe underwater, you’d get way better value from ordering Shabu-GO’s meat sets. I enjoyed the seafood, sure, but I was definitely left wanting a second helping.⠀

To Shabu-GO’s credit, the sashimi grade slices of salmon were fantastically fresh, while the pair of prawns & scallops were suitably sized & passably fresh. The most noteworthy item in this set is the chicken tsukune (chicken meatball) paste, which has a crisp, clean and slightly meaty taste profile even without any sauce.⠀

The singular element carrying the entire business on its back is definitely the Nourishing Ginseng Tonkotasu broth. Sure, it’s an additional four buck surcharge on top of any set, but this might just be one of the best returns on my investment ever. It’s essentially a delightfully fatty & redolently rich pork bone ramen broth that’s been turbocharged with ginseng. The lovechild that results from this heated mating is a scintillatingly sapid, full bodied & heartily herbal soup.⠀

Yes, it gets EVEN BETTER. Stew the radish & carrot in the soup, cook off some of your meats, and this broth is absolutely breathtaking. Forget chicken soup for the soul, Shabu-GO’s Nourishing Ginseng Tonkotsu is all any wounded soul needs to heal his/herself.

concept,Japanese-style hotpot, Shabu-GO!
Shabu-GO is an affordable individual hotpot concept with sets starting from $9.90, perfect for solo and couple dining.
I tried their Yuzu Dashi and Collagen rich Paitan broth. I really enjoyed their yuzu dashi, its light,refreshing with a hint of citrusy.
They have a wide selection of fresh ingredients including sashimi-grade Hamachi and Salmon (very fresh), GO-Special Prawn Paste/Cuttlefish Paste/Chicken Tsukune.
I tried their cuttlefish paste, and Iberico Pork collar, it's really good 😍.
And don't forget to order their house-special dipping sauces to enhance the taste of the meat, GO-Special Sweet Lemongrass Sauce, De-leek-cious Spicy Mix and other DIY sauces.

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📍Shabu-GO (NEX)
23 Serangoon Central, #B1-80 NEX, Singapore 556083