Freestyle Asian Cuisine

The interplay of fresh ingredients, seasoned artistry, and colorful atmosphere is the essence of Shabu. Welcome all and let’s dine together.

A mainstay among Park City’s culinary delights, family-owned Shabu has drawn a devoted following over its 14 years. Come on in. Pull up a chair. Play a while.


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Set in the Heart
of Historic Park City

It doesn’t get any sweeter than strolling Old Town
and dropping in for a bite.

442 Main Street Park City, Utah

“Hot Spot: The last thing you would expect to find in a nondescript mall on Main Street is Shabu, dressed in nightclub black, boisterous as an après-ski bar and inventively pan-Asian in its tastes. Firecracker shrimp and a Death Roll – made with soft-shell crab – share the bill with a Black Angus ribeye given the Thai treatment.”

Ski Magazine

“When it’s time to eat, Shabu exemplifies the changes in Park City: The executive chef and co-owner, Robert Valaika, who opened Nobu Matsuhisa’s restaurant in Aspen and studied under Charlie Trotter in Chicago, came to Park City about four years ago hoping to strike out on his own; he opened Shabu with his brother, Kevin. The moody deep-red-and-black décor belies the place’s liveliness and the freestyle Asian cuisine – saketinis, firecracker shrimp appetizer, light tempura battered rock shrimp tossed in a creamy-spicy sauce – is very popular with locals.”

The New York Times

“As you walk down the steps into the new Shabu location, of Park City’s Main Street, you instantly feel cooler.”

City Weekly

“This eye-popping restaurant combines great food and fun in equal measure. Shabu is named for shabu shabu, a style of “hot pot” cookery that dates back to Genghis Khan. Cook your own skewered meats, seafood and veggies in sizzling hot broth – either vegetarian or Thai coconut – right at your table. A stylish and hip bar and specialty “saketinis” add to the freestyle feel of this hot spot.”

Salt Lake Magazine