Shabu N’ Shabu 101


“Only a pure of heart can make a good soup.” – Ludwig Van Beethoven


Japan’s famous dish comes to Subic in its best version yet as Shabu n’ Shabu 101 opens.


Everyone can now enjoy this authentic cuisine that is guaranteed fresh, delectable and affordable.

Shabu Shabu is a famous type of hot-pot that is usually served with simmering broth, leafy vegetables and thinly sliced meat cooked in the pot and is eaten with a dipping sauce.


The swishing sound made from the motion of moving the meat back and forth is where the Shabu Shabu dish gets its name from which directly translates to “swish swish”. A hearty and healthy meal that has become a household name as the perfect comfort food shared with family and friends.


Shabu Shabu 101, lets you choose from high-grade beef, chicken, pork belly and seafood as your choice of set. Each set comes with a cup of rice, and a bowl of vegetables with tofu, noodles, and unlimited winter melon ice tea.



You may also add other flavorful side dishes such as beef balls, crab meat, sea urchin bun, spicy seafood nuggets, and many more for just Php 1.00 per gram.

What’s even better is that each ShabuShabu set is served in an individual pot so you can always eat your heart out even if you’re alone.

Chef Tony with Zambales Bloggers
Chef Tony with Zambales Bloggers

And oh, did we mention that this restaurant is supervised by a Michelin Star chef from Taiwan 😉

So next time you’re craving for something healthy and yummy, head out to Shabu n’ Shabu 101 and let your expectations be satisfied!

Here’s a video clip from Cess Piano during our last visit.




Facebook: Shabu N’ Shabu 101
Type: Japanese Cuisine
Address: La Terraza Bldg. 1131 Palm St., Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Contact Number: (047) 250-0870
GPS Coordinates: 14.823691,120.3001696
Operational Hours: Daily: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM


This food review was made possible by Le Charme Suites – Subic in partnership with Zambales Bloggers. Views and opinions are all from the author of EatsInThePh.

Photos credited to JB Militar. Food report by Jessica Masangkay.


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