Restaurant Review: Mini Shabu-Shabu

We were once again at Bonifacio High Street for another Thursday date night. It was the first week of November, and I was just recovering from asthma. I wanted to drown myself in a bowl of hot soup that’s why Boyet suggested we try out Mini Shabu-Shabu.

We were initially asked to have a table which we had to share with another couple. Most of the tables had the RESERVED sign so they refused my request to transfer. They then asked if we liked to stay in the bar. Boyet saw the hesitation on my face so he asked me why I didn’t like the seat by the bar. The stool is just too high so my feet would be hanging and not touch the floor. Hindi ko abot! =)) Fortunately, the bar has a foot rest. Plus points for being pandak-friendly! Harharhar!!!

DSC_1129I was seated right in front of Kuya The Meat Cutter. Hehe!

We were initially hesitant to dine here because the menu board outside the restaurant says that there is a charge for extra serving of soup. E balak ko pa naman mag-adik sa sabaw that night. Fortunately, one of the crew members informed us that the soup is unlimited. For PHP540, we got the Assorted Meat Shabu-Shabu.

Never underestimate this plate. Our initial reaction when this was served on our table was, “Ayan na ‘yun?” But the flavors definitely compensated for what seems to be a small serving of meat.

DSC_1133Thin slices of beef, pork and lamb (if I’m not mistaken hehe)

We specifically loved the squid and lobster balls and the fish cakes. Ok fine. Hindi ako sure kung fish cake nga ‘yung sarap na sarap ako. Nyaha!

DSC_1126 Usual platter for shabu-shabu


As usual, we just dumped everything in the boiling pot! And then, we attacked!!! =)) Hubby and I both enjoyed our first time at Mini Shabu-Shabu. The soup was tasty and very soothing too. Seryoso, natanggal ang sipon ko! =))


Mini Shabu-Shabu
Bonifacio High Street
Bonifacio Global City,
Taguig City

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