Shabu-Ya Restaurant Coupons and Deals
Dining with friends makes it easier to figure out the mysteries of mealtime etiquette, such as which fork is for the salad, the soup, and clinking a glass to demand the waiter do a backflip. Ditch the excess cutlery with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $42 for a Japanese dinner for two (up to an $86.65 value) One order of edamame ($5.95 value) One order of gyoza ($5.95 value) Four maki sushi rolls (up to a $16.95 value each) One dessert (up to a $7.85 value) $12 for $24 worth of Pan-Asian cuisine The menu includes sushi rolls, such ...
As the weather warms up, who wants to turn on the stove, or worse yet, the oven? Stay out of the kitchen and go out with a trip to Shabu-Ya, in Cambridge. Today's Save offers $24 worth of succulent sushi and zesty hot pots for only $12. Get full on edamame, fresh gyoza, Chap Chae, bulgoki, and keep your wallet full, too. Here's the deal: $12 for $24 of sushi, shabu-shabu, and moreGet spicy: Shabu-Ya offers authentic hot pot cooking, with plates of fresh meats and vegetables cooked tableside in a variety of flavorful broths. Catch of the day: In the mood for something a little lighter? Sit at the sushi bar for a variety of fresh, innovative rolls, and perhaps a little sake? How can you Save? Learn how it works.
The Fine Print
Limit 10 offers per person. Limit 1 offer per table. Dine-in only. Not valid on lunch menus or in conjunction with other promotions. Not valid on alcohol.
Shabu-shabu, also known as hot pot, was historically eaten by hungry soldiers who gathered around boiling pots to cook thin slices of meat. Get your fill of this savory specialty (without the battle scars) at Shabu-Ya in Cambridge. This hot spot for hot pot is even designed to look like a pot of traditional Japanese shabu-shabu: The circular light fixtures represent bubbling broth (options include Vegetarian Mushroom and Thai Tomyum); the pink and green furniture nods to their selection of thinly sliced, market fresh meats and veggies served for fondue-style dipping. Don’t forget to try the kimchee, which recently got raves at the Greater Boston Kimchee Festival. Your taste buds will be taken on a pan-Asian adventure and right back to Shabu-Ya for another visit.