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When long time local Kevin Valaika convinced his brother, Head Chef Robert, to come to Park City three years ago, they had one thing on their mind: skiing Utah's famous powder, and combining their many years of experience with Asian cuisine to create a unique dining experience for Park City locals and visitors. Their dream comes to you at Shabu, where they offer a freestyle blend of their favorite Asian cuisine; exciting and nourishing weary skiers from all over the world.
Park City, UT 84060
Sushi, Dim Sum, Shabu-shabu
Hours of Operation:
Open Daily at 5:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Park in the China Bridge parking structure for free located ust behind Shabu
We are just a block uphill from the Old Towne transit center
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Shabu Ratings and Reviews
Once again, I was not disappointed!! Not only is the food excellent... the staff is knowledgeable & fun! I love taking someone for the first time ~ nothing like your first Shabu experience. It’s a locals hotspot as well as return visitors. The combination of food, friends, family owned & fun can’t be matched!!
Thank you ~ mahalo ~ merci’ ~ Gracias ❣️ I will be back 😁 Jennifer Burch
Had lots of great food at Shabu...started with a great unfiltered bottle of sake. Everything that we ordered was fabulous including edamame, tuna, salmon and crab served different styles including sashimi, nigiri and maki...the Japanese beers - Sapporo and Asahi - were great as well.
Got to Park City on Thursday for Sundance. Had our first dinner at Shabu.
We were really impressed with the entire experience. Our waitress was great,
the drinks were wonderful, our food was excellent and it all exceeded our expectations.
The best best thing we ate was the Black Cod which I highly recommend.
Creative Asian cuisine in a casual atmosphere. How about a sushi bar with (silent) old Jackie Chan films running on a flat screen TV behind it? We actually did not sample any of the sushi, so I am unable to comment on that. We split an order of potstickers (best I’ve ever had, and I’ve lived in Korea), and went with the cod and the duck breast entrees. Yum!
This is one of our must visit restaurants in Park City. Gary, Kevin, our server this time was Jack, they all do a great job. Sometime the Sundance industry buys out the restaurant, but if we see a reservation, we always come in. We love the hot rock Wagyu beef or the Sizzling items, plus the creative sushi and other Asian dishes. Fun spot.
Food is consistently great. Our service not as good this time. My hot soba came out 20 minutes before my friends’ sushi. The reason given was our server’s timing of turning our ticket in. With better training, my scores would be much higher. Manager that evening wasn’t too concerned when we complained either.
We come every year when we come to Park City and will continue to do so. Great environment and great service. From the moment you arrive and greated by Kevin and the good vibe starts. Then Rob, the chef, brings you the food and makes sure you know what you are getting and how to eat it to get the best effect. Overall, my favorite restaurant in Park City
Great atmosphere, located below street level with low ceiling and lots of interesting metal artwork. Very cozy. Excellent staff. Has an eclectic mix of sushi and other Asian oriented delicacies. Enjoyed the hot rock cooking. Everything was great. Good value for the experience.
What a disappointment when our “blistered string beans “ can out 1/2 the usual serving size. Our request to sit at the bar didn’t happen which I understand but a high top table was open in the bar area but we were seated at a nearby low table. We usually love sitting at the bar. We were offered the bar after we were settled in at the table. We stayed where we were. We ordered a tempera sushi item which was good but overpriced. The entire cost was $68 for the 2 menu items, 2 house wines and a beer. Not a great value for my opinion.. appetizers. Service was good.
We've been to Shabu many times. Always busy. Always hope to get a booth [but if you're just 2 or 3 dinner at the bar can be fun]. Food is ALWAYS interesting and delicious. Servers are very knowledgeable and the service is surprisingly quick. Drinks are excellent - even non-alcoholic. Fun upbeat atmosphere. Very tight seating but somehow it works - unless you're looking for quiet and roomy. The noise level is high. Wouldn't recommend for an intimate night of conversation and dining but otherwise it's different and excellent. I will say that although the pork was delicious, it was a little too fatty [really]. Otherwise everything was EXCELLENT. It's expensive but actually worth the price. Can't wait for the next time...
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