We were there the first week that they were open. They were lovely and attentive and comped dessert and saki.
Food was great and it was a lot of fun.
You cook your meat (chicken, beef, fish, seafood) and veggies in water which become a broth which they then serve you as a second course - we were very full when we left.
I wish them the best of luck.
My son goes to a martial arts class next door so I am sure that we will eat there again soon. (Oh - and check out the coffee place next door - they have coffee for about $100 a cup - beans that have been digested and pooped out by goats or something along those lines - but a family of 4 can eat at California Shabu Shabu for less than the cost of a cup of coffee so we will stick with that!!!)
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