About this Business
- HoursSun-Sat11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
From Our Editors
The cuisine at Swish Japanese Hot Pot isn't just delicious—it's also fun to eat. The restaurant specializes in two interactive styles of cooking: shabu shabu and sukiyaki. Shabu shabu—which literally translates to "swish swish"—starts with a bowl of piping hot, seaweed-based broth, into which customers dunk pieces of marbled beef, seafood, and vegetables. Once they're cooked to their liking, diners then dunk the mouthwatering morsels into citrusy ponzu or sweet sesame sauce before devouring them. Meanwhile, sukiyaki dining also offers a chance for customization. Tabletop grills hold a shallow iron pot filled with soy sauce, which customers fill with a similar assortment of veggies and meats, slowly simmering them with condiments like garlic, green onion, and chili sauce. Regardless of which style of cooking diners prefer, all meals come with a plate of vegetables and rice and are available in small and large portions so customers can order according to their appetite the the roominess of their pants.