Sunday, February 9, 2014

Shabu Shabu @ Hyatt

This winter, head to Baan Tao at Hyatt Pune for the perfect indulgence as the hotel brings the much savoured Shabu Shabu to Pune. 

Shabu Shabu, a popular hot pot dish from Japan, features meats, vegetables and sea food that are cooked in a flavorful broth and served with dipping sauces. The term is an onomatopoeia, derived from the sound emitted when the ingredients are stirred in the cooking pot. The dish is related to sukiyaki in style: Both consist of thinly sliced meat and vegetables. However, Shabu-shabu is considered to be more savory and less sweet than sukiyaki

Take your taste buds on a culinary journey as you choose your platter from ingredients like silken tofu, button mushroom, Pak Choy, tenderloin, squid, prawns and more. Relish the authenticity of Japanese cuisine as you prepare the dish at your table and get an exotic Shabu Shabu experience at Baan Tao, Hyatt Pune with Chef Anthony En Yuan Huang.

Baan Tao is an amazing place with a great vibe. Komal, Sales Manager at Hyatt greeted & welcomed the Pune Foodiez. Mean time, Anthony and his team were busy setting up the place for the Shabu Shabu. 

The base was set and we, Pune Foodiez were set to make Shabu Shabu with Chef Anthony. 

Within minutes, Shabu Shabu was ready to be served. Prawns, mushrooms, Chicken, Tender glass noodles, Beef were the main stuff used for Shabu Shabu.

After Shabu Shabu, Hyatt served us with some amazing desserts to end the meet. Sahil, Manasi, Shri, Tes, Husein and myself had an amazing time with Chef Anthony, Manager Komal and Director Mohit Kanwal. 

Shabu Shabu is priced in a range from 700-900 wrt to Vegetable, Meat, Sea Food used. 

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Go, treat yourself to Shabu Shabu at Hyatt.

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