Tuesday, December 9, 2014

[NEW] SHABOONINE, KOREAN FUSHION SHABU-SHABU, GANDARIA CITY

Hello Foodies! This time, I found again such a fairly new restaurant in South Jakarta (precisely in Gandaria City Mall). Perhaps this restaurant is less known by you. And because of it, this time we'll try to taste their menu and the foods. So, are you curious about it? Here you go!


Shaboo9 is a Korean Fushion Shabu-Shabu restaurant, which it's homemade recipe originated from "Choi Gane Bossot meuun Kalguksu Shabu-Shabu" located in Abgujong dong and Daechi dong, Seoul, South Korea. Choi Gane is well-known among Gingham people especially famous Korean talents and singers because it's taste of refined authentic Korean Style Shabu-Shabu adding healthy ingredients to our food to create better tasted-well being food to the customers.


This outlet represent Choi's fourth outlet after 2 outlets in Seoul, South Korea and one in Kebayoran Baru, Indonesia which was previously known as "Okane".


And when you enter this restaurant, you'll immediately feel comfortable when being here, probably due to their interior more dominant with wood. And in addition, Korean atmosphere can also be felt with patterned wood carvings, which you can see when entering this room.


And it's time to walk around into another room and you'll find this room doesn't look too bright (dim) maybe you can feel more comfortable here. Hehe. Moreover, in this room there is also a big enough and funny painting, it's also a simple minimalist and elegant wood dining room interior.

Bassak Bulgogi

Then it's time for having lunch and started with Bassak Bulgogi (IDR 109.000), a hotplate wagyu beef chunks and topped with sesame seeds. Anyway, I really love it but would be better if eaten while it still warm. One portion isn't enough! Haha.

Dakgangchong

Dakgangchong (IDR 79.000), fried chicken cooked with sweet and spicy sauce. I like it! The meat is soft and juicy, but it's too spicy for me (and again, I didn't like something spicy, haha)


Spicy Dopoki (IDR 119.000), such a Korean traditional rice cake and fish cake in spicy sauce then served with deep fried squid. And on this menu, you can also add some extra toppings, such as : Fried Enoki, Fried Dumpling, Seaweed Rolls and Fried Squid. Add it as you like as your taste! FYI, it's spicy enough so I can't eat much, haha! 

Shaboo9 Special Set

And here's Shaboo9 Special Set (IDR 318.000/set) which is consist of assorted vegetables and mushrooms, guksu noodles, special fried rice and mixed fish balls. And also you've a choice of Australian Wagyu Beef (140gr), Dori Fish (200gr) or King Prawns (4pcs). And today, we choose for Australian Wagyu Beef! Anyway, this is one of their signature dishes!


And this is one part of Shaboo9 Special Set menu. Firstly, I was confused, what is this? But after some times, the waiter asked if "Has it been allowed to be cooked?" And we also allow him to cook it, but still didn't know if it will be a very tasty fried rice! HAHA


And behold! This is a special fried rice from Shaboo9. Honestly, this is very good and I really like this, I'm hooked! Such there are no words that can describe how awesome this fried rice! But indeed, the portions are very small! However, if any portion of this menu, I will pay for it with worth. HAHA!


The next is Guksu, very well-known as noodle dishes in Korean cuisine. It looks green but idk for sure why it looks green. Hahaa. I also forgot to ask them! *grin*


Tadaaa! This happens when everything is mixed and cooked! HAHA. And in here, they give you  two options of broth/soup : Original or Tom Yum (spicy). And the photo above is a Shaboo9 Special Set with original broth. The taste is light, smooth and not too strong for its spices.


And the next is we used to the other broth, they called it as Tom Yum (spicy) broth. Well, this broth is more savory and suitable served with its vegetables, fish balls and more. And basically, this broth is not spicy as I imagined. You should try this one! :)

Merry Berry Pingsu

The last is for Merry Berry Pingsu (IDR 79.000), it's a Korean Ice Dessert! And why is called Merry Berry? Because it looks red, which is consist of some types of berries and also dragon fruits. This may seem difficult to eat, but don't hesitate to ask for a bowl! Because it's easier for you to eat it, pour it all in a bowl, then stir it and it's ready to eat! HAHA.

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SHABOONINE
Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda
Gandaria City Mall, UG Floor M-U38
South Jakarta
Phone : (021) 2923 6776 / 7260 999
Instagram : shaboo.nine

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