A selection of small dishes and accompanying sides highlight flavours and cuisines currently represented in Japan. The regularly changing menu sees Ross Shonhan and his team getting creative - with dishes sure to please loyal fans of Flesh & Buns and Bone Daddies Ramen Bars. Shackfuyu's aim is to playfully highlight foods current in Japan today.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) por cubierto|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
14A Old Compton StreetLondonW1D 4TJ
- +44 (0) 20 7734 7492
Top 5 reviews of Shackfuyu
Disclaimer: this is only for dessert
Stopped by around 9PM for dessert after going to its sister restaurant, Bone Daddies, for dinner. Sat at the bar and ordered their signature french toast with green tea. I am not kidding when I say that this dessert is AMAZING. It was not surprising that the 6 other people at the bar had also come to order just this item.
The french toast was warm, gooey... more
Shackfuyu made it to my list of London eats because of its famed okonomiyaki and French toast. Unsurprisingly, those 2 dishes were my favorites among the ones that my friend and I ordered. I wouldn't say that the izakaya here is particularly authentic, but there are a couple items on the menu which are quite creative and unique.
// Scallop Sashimi (£8.8) - 2 stars
The sauce was too salty,... more
Three words: Matcha French Toast. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to try out their main dishes, however, I was looking for a dessert stop and came across this place. Matcha french toast was definitely one of the best desserts that I had ever had. The warm french toast was super crisp on the outside and soft on the inside, blended so well with the cool taste of matcha ice cream. Definitely try out... more
My second Asia-centric BBB (bottomless boozy brunch) and the Bone Daddies crew did not disappoint.
Foodwise, Shackfuyu is Japanese street food with a twist, serving izakaya (Japan's version of small plates/tapas). They have Korean friend wings slathered in a creamy chili sauce. Crunchy, hot, and lusciously doused with sauce. Spectacular. They have prawn toast 'masquerading' as okonomiyaki... more
This place is as happening as the Bone Daddies ramen shops. Great music, lively atmosphere and damn good food. This one specializes in Japanese izakaya or tapas.
I absolutely loved the aubergine, soaked in a deep rich sauce that screamed umami. Then came the spicy and delicious chicken wings. Messy so you will need the wet nap they bring but mighty tasty! Prawn toast was surprisingly original... more