MakiMaki adds Shabu-Shabu to menu

October 30, 2020, 9:07.31 am ET  

 

On Monday, 11/9, MakiMaki will introduce Shabu-Shabu, an interactive, Japanese-style hot pot, to its 6th Avenue location (1369 6th Ave) in Midtown for the first time. The  steamy dish is ideal for cozying up outside at MakiMaki’s socially-distanced patio throughout the colder months.  Guests will be able to reserve seating ahead of time for the new dish (each pot serves 2). Personal burners at the outdoor tables allow guests to safely cook their own ingredients via their own personal outdoor fire.  

Diners can select from premium protein options, including: 

- Thinly-sliced A-5 Wagyu Strip Loin from Miyazaki ($65 per person)

- Santa Carota USDA Prime Ribeye ($35 per person)

- Hybrid of Miyazaki + Santa Carota Steak ($50 per person)

- Vegetarian Seasonal Vegetables ($25 per person)

Each shabu-shabu comes with plenty of extras (+ the opportunity to add on!), such as: 

Seasonal vegetables, including carrots, kale, mushrooms (enoki, shimeji, shiitake, and king oyster), chrysanthemum and Hakusai (Napa cabbage)

- Firm tofu and glass noodles

- A base of steamy, fragrant, broth to cook the ingredients in

- Ponzu sauce, grated daikon, and thinly sliced scallion to season the meat and vegetables

- To finish the evening with dessert, mochi ice cream from Mochidoki 

For more info about MakiMaki’s sushi offerings visit makimaki.nyc


Photos: Rachel Vanni                                                                                                    

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