Starling Travel

February 11, 2008

San Diego, CA: Shabu Shabu at Kazumi Sushi Bar

Filed under: California,Food,Places To Visit — Laura Moncur @ 8:21 am

Kazumi Sushi Bar from Flickr

Shabu shabu is a Japanese broth fondue. You dip thinly sliced beef into the hot broth and it cooks very quickly. Our visit to Kazumi Sushi Bar with friends was a perfect ending to our San Diego trip this year.

They started our night off with a salad and teriyaki chicken skewers.

Kazumi Sushi Bar from Flickr

The highlight of the meal, however, was the shabu shabu. We dipped the frozen meat slices into the hot water and with a swish, swish, we cooked our own dinner to whatever level of rareness we wanted.

Kazumi Sushi Bar from Flickr

Most importantly, the hot pot is a great way to enjoy an evening with friends. You have plenty of time to talk and laugh while you eat.

Kazumi Sushi Bar from Flickr

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