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$20 for $40 Worth of Japanese Food
In this shabu-shabu eatery, customers cook their choice of protein—such as dry-aged premium rib eye ($19.99 for regular; $24.99 for large), fish basa ($11.99 for regular; $16.99 for large), and shrimp ($13.99 for regular; $16.99 for large), or a vegetarian spread of tofu, spinach, and shiitake mushrooms ($10.99)—in one of 11 hot broths, each accompanied by three housemade dipping sauces.
A pot boils at the center of each table at Ten Shabu, where customers can consume traditional shabu-shabu, or hot-pot, meals. Thin slices of dry-aged rib eye, lamb, and pork disappear into a steaming vat of Japanese fish broth, tom yum, or one of nine other broth choices. Pescetarians can dig into a seafood combo of shrimp, mussels, and sea scallops, whereas vegetarians can order a tofu spread with shiitake mushrooms, spinach, and napa cabbage. The heat spectrum ranges from zero to extra-spicy, and all meals include white or brown rice, fresh vegetables, and udon noodles that eliminate hunger and replace broken shoestrings.