Sunday, February 26, 2012

Porin Shabu Shabu, New Branches

While biking around near the Indian/Southeast Asian market the other day, I noticed yet another branch of the wonderful 폴인* 샤브샤브 Chain, which I previously wrote about this post and in another one).  A quick look at the naver map to confirm the address informed me that out there are actually also branches in:

Sangin-dong (Southwest Daegu): 대구광역시 달서구 상인2동 1332-314
Pyeongni-dong (Slightly Northwest of Downtown): 대구광역시 서구 평리3동 1094-5
Sinmae-dong (East Daegu): 대구광역시 수성구 신매동 366-4 
Bon-li:-dong (West Daegu): 대구광역시 달서구 본리동 352-1

(To see 'em on a map, check out the Green Guide.) 

As far as I know, all of these places probably offer the lunchtime buffet, where you can head up to the salad bar for loads and loads of leafy veggies, mushhrooms, gourds, bean sprouts, tofu, noodles, and rice cakes.  Some of the greens are even organic.  The lunch buffet is W6,500, but only if you bring at least one friend.  Oh, and if you're persistent enough, you can turn down the meat offerings, though of course you'll still pay the same. 


Plop them all in your stew, let them cook, and eat up:


*A friend tells me that the name is supposed to sound like "Foreign," which makes sense considering that Shabu Shabu is Japanese food.  The wesbite, though, says that it means "Fallin," as in "fall in love with the taste." Maybe not the best name for a restaurant where you have to eat in front of a sizable cauldron of boiling liquid??

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