As for the small plates, the Prawn Toast Masquerading as Okonomiyaki could be a little less toast and a little more okonomiyaki, but the salty and creamy Mentaiko Mac & Cheese with trademarked Cock Scratchings is gluttonous and an ideal side to the Picanha of Beef. The spicy Chicken Wings satisfy any Flesh & Buns craving, boasting the same moreish spicy and tart sauce. The Beef Hot Stone Rice, in style of a Korean bibimbap, sizzles with flavour packed with gorma butter and asian mushrooms, while the Hand Dived Roasted Scallop are given a Japanese kick with chilli miso butter.
Like most Soho joints, Shackfuyu operates a no reservations policy, but there is a bar area… within the basement kitchen. With a delicious ever-changing main course option, and some killer sides to boot, no visit to Shackfuyu will ever be the same.
14a Old Compton Street, London W1D 4TH.