Shabu Jin

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Established since 2009, Shabu Jin is an upscale Shabu-Shabu speciality restaurant that takes the fundamentals of traditional Shabu-Shabu and breathes life into it with contemporary touches to create an experience reminiscent of Japan. At its core, the menu is centered around prime cuts of meat handpicked from different boutique cattle houses and prefectures in Japan. Accompanied by their signature broth and a mélange of fresh produce, every bite accentuates the natural flavours of the meat and tantalises the senses.

1 Scotts Road
#01-15 Shaw Centre
Singapore 228208

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm


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Note the website is still not updated as of 10/8/22, this is the most updated price, which is a whopping 1.5x the website price

Beef was very tender, no chew at all. But tbh otherwise this tasted like a very normal bowl, even with the tiny veggies and singular piece of tofu. It tastes and looks exactly like something aburi-en would make. I love aburi-en and I wouldn't be particularly impressed if you told me this was from aburi-en actually, apart from the tenderness of the beef.

So overall it's not bad in anyway just super unimpressive, definitely skip for 50bucks

The ingredients weren't even super generous, just a normal aburi en portion

PS the service is very basic, I can't believe it's part of Les Amis group. The WA was literally a dude who isn't very enthusiastic and nothing that mentions the company. So unprofessional

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Initially, @vk_pillai had suggested sushi for our dinner but I’m glad he changed it to Shabu Shabu Gen when he observed that I hadn’t visited any shabu shabu place of late. It worked out perfectly because despite hearing so much about this Japanese restaurant at Shaw Centre, I had never been.
Cosy and quiet, the restaurant is dimly-lot, elegant and comfortable. I think it is most ideal for dates or meals with family and close friends. The quality of the food is unquestionably supreme. Vijay did the ordering for us and spoiled T.H. and I with platters of premium Wagyu and Pork Belly to cook in the hotpot of fish-based broth. He and his wife don’t consume beef so they had different cuts of pork. What got me really excited was the variety of dipping sauces. There were three, one with ponzu, another with lemon juice and last but not least, a goma (creamy sesame). To customise these, grated radish and spring onions were provided for the former two, and finely-minced raw garlic and chilli oil, for the sesame sauce. I had a lot of fun trying out the different meats with every one.
After we had eaten our fill of the incredible beef and pork, our server cooked a truckload of mixed vegetables and mushrooms in the hotpot for us to enjoy. We were meant to finish with ramen but because it was decided on the spur of the moment to go elsewhere for dessert, that got cancelled. I am sure it would have been a wonderful way to end the already fantastic dinner.

Thanks so much again, Vijay and Valerie, for the marvelous meal and a really fun evening.


The best shabu shabu in SG! The A5 Japanese Wagyu is to die for!


creme brulee, matcha ice cream, yuzu jelly, ume jelly