Bone Daddies, the creative team behind the Ramen Bars of the same name have turned their incisive eye to Izakaya-style cooking and even a Japanese inspired Bottomless Brunch.
The mastermind behind Shackfuyu, chef Ross Shonhan, aims to bring a contemporary twist to Japanese food and his influence can be felt across the capital as more and more restaurants turn to fusion food to reflect an increasingly cosmopolitan city. The concept is ‘Western-style Japanese food’, though this isn’t just a half-hearted experiment. Shonhan has the experience and culinary nous to rival a seasoned Japanese cook.
What began as a humble pop-up has grown into an East-meets-West phenomenon, in no small part because of their Sunday Brunch. For £39, you can chow down on a main dish – the Iberico pork pluma with black pepper iso and spring onion is a house favourite – lus small dishes ranging from octopus tacos with shisha avocado and gochujang, seared salmon with ponzu and Korean friend chicken wings with a spicy sour sauce, plus many others. It also comes with a choice of yuzu kosho Bloody Mary or strawberry bellini on arrival AND a choice of white, red or sparkling wine while dining.
They favour a loud, vibrant crowd and blast old school rock throughout the day – quaint, tumbleweed dining this is not. Low-hanging industrial light fittings and dark blue leather upholstery give it a decadent Oriental feel.
Leicester Square and Tottenham Court Road stations are right on your doorstep.
12pm - 9pm
- Gluten Free
- Nut Free Options
- Private Dining
- Vegetarian Options
- Halal Options
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Disabled Access
- Children Allowed