Dinner Buffet at Shabu Shabu Phnom Penh cost only $7.80 per person. It’s not the cheapest buffets that I’ve been to here in Cambodia but it’s not really that expensive at the same time.
Shabu Shabu in Phnom Penh also offers a Sushi buffet aside from the choices of hotpot ingredients (vegetables, meat, shellfish, fish, squids, shrimps, mushrooms and more) moving along the conveyor belt.
I’m not really that familiar with all the names of these sushi but I all love them. Sushi has been one of my all-time favorites and I don’t remember if I have eaten something that I didn’t like in the past.
Aside from hotpot and sushi, they also have various other dishes that I like. Particulary this spicy chiken satay and potato balls filled with what tasted like carbonara sauce (just my guess). I think I ate more than ten of these potato balls. The chicken satay wasn’t that bad as well.
And to end the nice dinner, I ate coconut and chocolate ice cream. I like the coconut than the chocolate one. They also have yam, mango and strawberry flavored ice creams.
Try this dinner buffet at Shabu Shabu Phnom Penh when you visit Cambodia. It’s located at Samdech Sothearos St. corner Sihanouk Boulevard. You won’t miss it if you’re walking towards the direction of Nagaworld (by the way, there’s also a buffet at Nagaworld). Make sure to check these restaurants out on your next travel to Phnom Penh.