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Broth to Bring All-You-Can-Eat Shabu Shabu to Chinatown

The restaurant opens soon at the Golden Spring Plaza

The exterior of Broth Shabu, bringing all-you-can-eat shabu shabu to Chinatown.
Broth Shabu
Broth Shabu/Facebook

During a year of restrictions and uncertainty, Chinatown's Golden Spring Plaza continues to welcome new tenants to the corner of Spring Mountain Road and Duneville Street, and another newcomer is almost ready to debut, specializing in all-you-can-eat premium shabu shabu.

The large interior at Broth Shabu, almost ready to debut all-you-can-eat shabu shabu in Chinatown
Broth Shabu
Broth Shabu/Facebook

Sitting next door to the sweet and savory Japanese menu of T-Swirl Crepe, Broth Shabu is pushing for an early October opening and taking over a roomy 5,487-square-foot space, large enough for a maximum occupancy of 170 inside. Future opening hours have not been revealed.

Focused on Japanese-style hot pots, but also inspired by pan-Asian flavors, Broth Shabu’s tables are all equipped with grills ready to heat up meats, vegetables, and seafood, plus vegetarian-friendly options.

The restaurant joins other recent arrivals Shigotonin, a Japanese-style tapas and sake bar that launched last month, and boil-in-a-bag Cajun seafood experts Pier 88 Boiling Seafood & Bar. Still to come, the Imperial Seafood Buffet and a second local expansion for Chinese tea house Feng Cha.

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T-Swirl Crepe

5925 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV Visit Website

Shigotonin

5925 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV

Pier 88 Boiling Seafood & Bar

5825 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89146 702-476-3888 Visit Website

Golden Spring Plaza

5925 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89146

Broth Shabu

5925 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89146 Visit Website

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