When Genghis Khan was conquering China and Eurasia, he would feed his troops by gathering them around a pot of boiling water where they can dip thinly sliced meat. This enabled them to save fuel and efficient absorb the nutritional content in the meat.
Thousands of years later, this will be reintroduced to the world as a fun, healthy and interactive way of dining otherwise known as Shabu Shabu.
Shabu-Shabu gained popularity in Japan and later on became a world wide culinary phenomenon. Locally, businesswoman Candy Hwang pioneered the modern art of this dining heritage by establishing Healthy Shabu-Shabu.
Healthy Shabu Shabu restaurants use the freshest and finest ingredients that ensure high nutritional value for its customers. Early morning diners can even catch newly bought and carefully sourced fruits, vegetables and meat being ushered into the restaurant. And since people cook their own food, they can eat meals that complement their diets and tastes and at the same time, feel secure of the cleanliness of what they are eating. Healthy Shabu Shabu Restaurant also constantly up-grade its menu to delight the customers who love shabu shabu menu to adapt to the palate of Filipinos.