This restaurant specializes in all-you-can-eat Shabu-shabu しゃぶしゃぶ. It is a Japanese hotpot dish of thinly sliced meat, tofu and vegetables boiled in the soup stock and served yourself with dipping sauces.
- They use consciously selected ingredients such as high quality brand pork, domestically produced fresh vegetables and so on.
- An English menu with pictures is available, and it gives advice on how to choose between several kinds of all-you-can-eat courses.
It includes guidelines for ordering food / drinks and also talks about how to cook the food yourself.
You can view the English menu and advice on the website before you visit.
I chose the cheapest course but it was good enough that I was still full and satisfied.
(Actually 90 minutes because the last call is 30 minutes before your allocated end time.)
It include 4 kinds of meat such as Pork Kalbi / Loin from the Andean plateaus, Japanese Tumire and chicken thigh.
This restaurant is not buffet system. Before you order food from wait staff for the first time, these foods are served at the beginning. When you finish it you can start ordering your favorite foods.
Pork Kalbi from the Andean plateaus
Standard Tsumire on Half-Cut Bamboo
* Maybe this food name is hard to understand. This is minced seasoned chicken.
Scoop a little out with the paddle, form a meatball with it and put it into the hot pot.
The bamboo doesn't affect the taste, it's just a tool to help you make meatballs more easily.
Recommended Assorted Vegetables
If you like, grind sesame and mix with the dipping sauce.
Are you ready to eat?
The hot pod soup is free refills. The soup is tasty, too.
Pork Kalbi from the Andean plateaus, Chicken Thigh
Spiced Cod Roe Mixed with Mayonnaise on Cucumber
Italian Herbs and Cheese Tomato Salad
Seasoned Quail Eggs
Tomatoes for Pod-Dishes
ON-YASAI Asakusa 浅草 branch is on the 2F of this building.
English picture menu
Shabu-Shabu ON-YASAI しゃぶしゃぶ温野菜
Website (in Japanese)
(in Japanese except English menu on the bottom of the page)
- 10% tax is not included in the prices.
- No service fee / No cover charge
There are about 400 ON-YASAI restaurants all over Japan.
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Photos were taken at Asakusa 浅草 branch in 2018. Information is as of November 2019.
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