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Frederica Elbourne
Thursday, November 29, 2012

ITS party time. The festive season has kicked in and the parties are rolling. Venue and menu are naturally the heart of such occasions.

Enter Shabu Shabu Japanese Restaurant at Ra Marama House in Suva's Gordon Street, where the 100 dishes they serve are a great break from the traditional lovo and Pacific Christmas food.

Shabu Shabu is a Japanese word, for hot pot. According to online encyclopaedia Wikipedia, the word is derived from the "swish swish" sound of cooking meat in the pot and is considered a winter dish that is eaten year—round.

A must—try at Shabu Shabu Japanese Restaurant is their array of seafood, Teriyaki steak and Teriyaki chicken.

Christmas is a special time of the year, a time to reflect and pamper yourself for all the hard yards you've had to endure over the past 11 odd months, a time to let go, a time to reminisce and most of all a time to be happy and grateful for all you have— especially for the cherished loved ones you have around you at the time. Choose Shabu Shabu Japanese Restaurant for a place to dine this Christmas. It could almost seal the deal for a sweet and thoughtful Christmas treat for you and your family, as well as your friends.

Its central location and oriental interior makes it a perfect place to host even your corporate Christmas party.

Shabu Shabu Japanese Restaurant can cater for 70 people at any one time.

Opening hours are 11am to 2pm and 5pm to 10pm from Monday to Friday. The restaurant opens for dinner only on weekends and public holidays.





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