Shabu-Tatsu
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bubbling hot-pot


sizzling sukiyaki

ENJOY JAPAN WITHOUT AIRFARE

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BUBBLING HOT POT, SIMMERING SUKIYAKI

Aromas of marbled wagyu beef, seafood, and crisp vegetables dipped and devoured. Ribbons of steam rising over simmering hot pots. Lively sounds of friends and families, cooking together over a full table of food. Shabu-Tatsu is a warm and welcoming place for a unique do-it-yourself dining experience.
 

SHABU-SHABU FOR THE SOUL

We have been sharing our love of Shabu-Shabu and Sukiyaki in New York City for 20 years, through locally-sourced ingredients and housemade flavors. We offer beef that is unique in flavor, texture, and quality, beautifully marbled and thinly-sliced. Our seafood shines with love from the ocean, plump and freshly caught.

It may seem odd at first to share the same pot with your party to cook and dip ingredients, but "family-style" dining is a fun interactive way to have a memorable meal or a relaxing celebration with your favorite people (friends, family, clients, and more.) 
 

 

press

Kind words and reviews:

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Join the neighborhood regulars—and demonstrate your chef skills. Gathering around bubbling hot pots and grills built into smooth wooden booths is as much a social event as a meal.
— Time Out New York
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Step 1: Round up several hungry friends.
Step 2: Spend a couple hours hanging out and DIY-ing your dinner around a steaming, bubbling pot of yummy Japanese broth.
Step 3: Congratulate self on an evening well spent.
— Buzzfeed Food
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The restaurant serves paper-thin cuts of prime rib and marbled wagyu, making Shabu-Tatsu the perfect destination for sizzling meat dunked in umami-packed dipping sauces.
— First We Feast
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As the beef cooks, the water becomes a broth-like brew, infusing the whole affair with a savory rush of flavors and aromas.
— Andy Bailey for New York Mag
 
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visit

Shabu-Tatsu
216 E 10th St # St1
New York, NY 10003

Lunch:
Noon -3:00pm (Saturdays & Sundays)
Dinner:
Sun -Thu 5:00pm -11:00pm, Fri & Sat 5:00pm -12:30am

Holiday Hours
New Year's Eve: 9:30pm (last seating), 9:45pm (last order)
New Year's Day: Closed


 
 

Travel by NYC Subway: 6 line (Astor Place Station), N line or R line (NYU 8th Street Station)

 

Whether it was your first time trying Japanese Hot Pot, or you're a shabu-shabu and sukiyaki pro, we would love to know how your experience at Shabu-Tatsu went, and if you have any inquiries.


Reservations

Please visit our reservations page here, or call us at 212-477-2972 to make a reservation. 

NOTE:
We are sorry but we are not currently taking reservation requests from Yelp mail/messaging/website forms. For reservations, please call Shabu-Tatsu after 4pm. Thank you for your cooperation.

 


 

Press

Please contact media@tic-nyc.com
 


 

Events

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