Time Out says
Yosenabe translates, quite literally, to ‘put together in a pot’; so it is fitting that Restoran Yosenabe is a steamboat restaurant. The difference is that Yosenabe chooses to provide smaller, individual pots for each diner, instead of the usual communal pot- an effort at being more hygienic. Of course, this takes away the inexplicable sense of camaraderie one gets from throwing ingredients into a shared pot, but for the saliva-conscious, Yosenabe’s concept is a godsend. Especially noteworthy are its seafood boat (a set consisting of fishballs, tiger prawns, beancurds, squid balls and so on) and its mutton slices.