March 2, 2009 1

Khan Shabu Shabu (Koreatown)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire

Shabu Shabu is perfect for cold weather when you wanted something healthy tasting as well. Like Seoul Garden Restaurant, Khan Shabu Shabu is another Korean’s Khan style place in Koreatown.


The interior is more modern and slick than Seoul Garden, they served more Banchan (side dishes) as well.


Three types of dipping sauce: sesame, daikon in ponzu and chili. We order a giant plate of various vegetables for cooking as well. Love the variety.


We got Khan Geng Combo – Angus rib eye, Leek, dropwort, napa cabbage, sesame leaf $25.99, and Duck Breast $26.99 (not normally seen in Shabu shabu place). As seen in photo the quantity is a lot less than Seoul Garden but double the price. The meat are very good quality, though the duck flavor seem to get lost.


You can get a normal broth on one side and a spicy on the other. But since we just wanted a light meal so we had normal for both. At the end of the meal they brought out egg, rice and udon noodles…


…to make a final porridage out of the broth. They also serve the ever phenomenal frozen yogurt at the end.

I find the space clean, modern and comfortable, but the price/quantity ratio wasn’t as good as Seoul Garden.

Khan Shabu Shabu
210 N Western Ave # 103 Los Angeles, CA 90004

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One Response to “Khan Shabu Shabu (Koreatown)”

  1. seat says:

    It is a Korean shabu but you have sesame and ponzu sauce, and then you have yogurt for dessert. ^^;;; Actually…what is considered Korean dessert?

    The broth looks dark. Is it soy sauce based?