A modern space with pine wood furnishings and a sleek feature wall showcasing rows of bowls with chopsticks, this shabu shabu and sukiyaki specialist is a calming space, just right for communal meals. Go for one of the shabu shabu sets (from $48)—with pork, seafood or beef—or pick from a la carte options like white clams ($6/200g) and Australian beef tongue ($14/100g). Wash it down with Japanese whisky (from $15) and beer (from $9). Then, cap your meal off with kakigori (from $12), Japanese shaved ice, in flavours like matcha or port wine.