Not all Shabu Shabu restaurants are created equal. "샤 브 쌈 주 머 니" is definitely a cut above the rest in both quality of ingredients, variety of offerings, and portion sizes. The interior of the restaurant is a bit cluttered and strangely decorated, but it's almost always packed full of people enjoying their dinner. The staff doesn't speak much English, but foreigner customers still rave about their friendly, helpful service.
First time patrons should start off with an order of "샤 브 왕 쌈." Don't let the cost of 16,000 per order put you off, you will not leave hungry. The "샤 브 왕 쌈" includes beef for dipping in a pot of boiling vegetables and broth, as well as pork and duck for the grill. Once you get your meat cooked, you can wrap it up in rice paper along with your choice of three sauces and countless vegetables. Don't worry about running out of your favorite vegetables. The great thing about this restaurant is that there is a self serve bar of veggies, sauces, and sides that you can refill from. Don't forget to try to the kimchi. Even if you are not regularly a fan of kimchi, try it here because it is better than most.
After you have had your fill of rice paper wrapped deliciousness, the noodles come next.
It is recommended by the staff to add a little peanut sauce and hot chili sauce for an extra kick. As if there is not enough food already, a staff member will come to your table and cook some rice for you to end the meal. It would be wise to forgo the various extra side orders of shao mai dumplings or twigim. This is not because they don't taste good, it's just that you will probably be too full to enjoy an extras. Plan on waddling out of the restaurant and then taking a nap.