Flesh & Buns is the first London restaurant to serve Taiwanese hirata buns, do-it-yourself steamed, filled buns. Try the traditional pork filling, or opt for other fillings such as lamb, chicken or sea bass. There's also a selection of Japanese raw food and small plates on the menu, while the bar serves cocktails, sakes and Japanese whiskeys.
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Flesh & Buns
41 Earlham StreetLondonWC2H 9LX
I love Flesh&Buns so much I have introduced no less than 4 people from outside London, including dragging my dad here for my birthday (and cringing when he went to use the loos)
Here Tokyo's Kabukicho district meets America's rock&roll vibes. This place has everything; taste, atmosphere, value for money and awesome drinks, whether you're after margheritas or sake!
This place has some of my...more
Went there for lunch on our last trip to London, and loved this place. It's a bit of dive, being located in the basement of the building, but we enjoyed the reprieve it provided from all the tourists. We didn't have a reservation, but they still accommodated us and the staff was very friendly and helpful.
The ceviche and shishito peppers app were very tasty and we loved the assembling our...more
Incredibly good value for money for a destructively good brunch. Bottomless prosecco,
spicy wings and the choice of loads of small plates. Get the crispy squid, the wings and the aubergines miso buns and end it all with the awesome smores. You'll love it.more
Kinda pricey for the fare even in the area. How to describe to your friends while deciding? Try this: Smattering of Japanese rolls, Korean chicken wings (tho Korean friends suggested a pass after a disappointing experience) and, of course, the Chinese "bings" which are the buns in the restaurant name.
Crispy duck legs & crispy piglet belly were amazing w/their specific accompanying pickle....more
I loved this place, though it's still firmly a few tweaks off five stars. My date and I were seated opposite each other about halfway down the long communal high table in the centre. Which would've been fine, except that we were there on a sort of special occasion and the table was slightly too wide across to talk to each other comfortably, made harder by it being deafeningly loud in there....more