Swish - Shabu Shabu
5115 Spring Mountain Rd., Suite 121 Las Vegas, Nv 89146 • 702-522-9345

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Cuisine
Shabu-Shabu
Japanese

Neighborhood
West

Ambiance
Casual

Dress Code
Casual

Features
Beer & Wine Only
Takeout Available
Outside Catering Available

Reservations
Suggested

Parking
Private Lot

Payment Methods
AMEX
Mastercard
Visa
Discover

Private Rooms
n/a

Hours
Open Daily
11am-11pm




Swish is now open at it's new location

Staff pick - Best Japanese Restaurant
- Las Vegas Review Journal 2006

ORIGIN OF JAPANESE HOT POT

When Mongolian warriors roamed the ancient lands, they satisfied their hungry appetite by filling a large boiling pot with a variety of poultry and vegetables.  No wonder these fearless warriors propelled to create Genghis Khans vast Empire!

As time passed, Japanese successfully developed their own special hot pot meal called Shabu Shabu.  Alongside thinly sliced beef and assorted vegetables, delicious goma and ponzu sauces are added to heighten taste of the cooked food.  Traditionally, Shabu-Shabu is the meal of choice for the aristocracy and the affluent.  Today, Swish is introducing this delicacy to Vegas at prices everyone can afford.  Enjoy!

Sukiyaki is another Japanese hot pot meal that is fast becoming an all time American favorite!  While Shabu-Shabu draws comparison to fondue, Sukiyaki is closer to beef stir-fry with broth, Main ingredient is thinly sliced beef and vegetable simmered in hot pan with sweet Sukiyaki sauce.  The Yaki means to sauté or to grill.  It is a perfect dish for a fun, delicious meal!

Shabu-Shabu translated into English is Swish-Swish.  To Japanese ears, the sound of thinly sliced beef being swirled around in hot broth sounded like Shabu-Shabu. Now, anyone in the mood for a little swishing?