Unmissable when in Paris: KOETSU’s Shabu Shabu
November 17, 2012 § 2 Comments
This week’s Japanese new entry on our Unmissable when in Paris list:
Found by accident while heading to another place that unfortunately ended up being fully booked.
Milly really wanted to eat SHABU SHABU
” The dish is related to sukiyaki in style, in that both use thinly sliced meat and vegetables and are usually served with dipping sauces, but it is considered to be more savory and less sweet than sukiyaki”
Knowing that Rue ST ANNE near OPERA is famous for housing most Japanese restaurants we decided to make our way there.
We came across Koetsu and were intrigued by it’s Michelin Star and promise of the sought after dish!
The food turned out to be DELICIOUS! The SHABU SHABU was one of the best we’ve have had in a while!
STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU TRY IT!
Sea Weed Salad :
The Hot Stove
The delicious looking Meat
The egg in which you dip the shabu shabu once it’s cooked
Adding the Ingredients
Adding the Soy, water and sugar sauce to the mix
How good does this look!
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42 Rue Sainte-Anne, 75002 Paris, France
01 40 15 99 90