All-you-can-eat cotton candy sukiyaki course

  • Restaurants
  1. Shabu Shabu Onyasai Mita
    Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa
  2. Shabu Shabu Onyasai Mita
    Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa
  3. Shabu Shabu Onyasai Mita
    Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa

Time Out says

Shabu Shabu chain Onyasai offers all-you-can-eat hot pot courses, and is adding sukiyaki to its menu for a limited time. However, this isn’t your average sukiyaki. You’ll have meat and veggies simmered in the restaurant’s special soy sauce broth, sweetened with a heap of cotton candy sitting on top of it all. Once you’ve poured the broth over the cotton candy to let it melt and cook the ingredients, you can dig in.

The pot is separated into two compartments, so you can select a different kind of broth to pour into the other half, just in case you want to cleanse your palate with a lighter flavour.

The cotton candy sukiyaki course comes with 11 kinds of meat, fresh local veggies and 60 other dishes, all of which you can order for 120 minutes. The deal runs until May 12. While tomatoes aren’t a common ingredient in sukiyaki, Shabu Shabu Onyasai highly recommends adding it to the hot pot to elevate its flavours.


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