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Yoshi Shabu Shabu opened March 5 at 8612 Preston Road, Ste. 115, Plano. 


The Japanese restaurant offers traditional shabu shabu dishes, which is a type of thinly sliced beef or pork dipped in a sauce.
 

Yoshi Shabu Shabu is uniquely the first restaurant of its kind to open its doors in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area.
 

Yoshi represents wholesome natural food with integrity.
 

Yoshi locally sources all of its meats: grass fed beef, cage free chicken and Berkshire pork. All of its meats are farm raised and never given growth hormones or antibiotics.

 

Yoshi Shabu Shabu
8612 Preston Rd. Ste 115
Plano, TX 75024
469-929-6067

www.yoshishabushabu.com

 

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HOW TO EAT SHABU-SHABU
This dish is traditionally made with thinly sliced  beef, chicken, seafood or pork. Most often, tender rib-eye steak is used. Shabu-Shabu vegetables are usually served with tofu, cabbage, onions, carrots, and enoki mushrooms, as well as udon noodles. The dish is prepared by submerging a very thin slice of meat or a piece of vegetable in a pot of boiling water and swishing it back and forth several times. The familiar swishing sound is where the dish gets its name, “shabu-shabu,” which translates to "swish-swish." The cooked meat and vegetables are usually dipped in “ponzu” or "goma" sauce before eating, accompanied by a bowl of steamed white rice. Each customer will also have condiments to cater to personal preference and taste. These include blended fresh garlic, thinly sliced green onions, and a traditional daikon radish. Once the majority of the meat and vegetables have been eaten, udon noodles are customarily added to the developed broth in the cooking pot, heated through, and finished off with the remaining meat and vegetables.

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