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Hot on the heels of solo hotpot joint FuFu Pot is Shabu-Go, a casual Japanese hotpot restaurant that seats 68 (or 36 socially-distanced diners) with shabu-shabu sets tailored for both couples and  single diners.

The homegrown eatery is a part of &Joy Japanese Food Street (recently rebranded from Shokotsu Ten Japanese Food Street, owned by RE&S Enterprises), and opens its doors along with the rest of the enclave at Nex shopping mall today (Oct 13). The street houses seven of the group’s other concepts, including casual barbecue restaurant Yakiniku-Go.

Unlike FuFu which serves hotpot for one with ingredients that are already fully-cooked, guests at Shabu-Go get to swish and dip their way through thinly-sliced raw meat, seafood and veggies in their soup of choice. Prices for a set (which comes with pre-selected ingredients) start from a reasonable $9.90. Here, each smallish pot is heated via an induction cooker —  single diners can expect a dual hotpot to themselves (with a choice of just one soup), while couples share one (they can choose a regular single or dual pot).

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