An Amazing Lunch @ Bone Daddies Shackfuyu

OK so I need to start this post by saying I'm OBSESSED with this restaurant and genuinely have nothing bad to say. Such glowing reviews rarely happen on this blog but this place is an absolute gem and the perfect place for a Central London lunch.

Bone Daddies new pop up restaurant Shackfuyu has an awesome location just at the end of Old Compton Street and is easily accessible from Leicester Square, Tottenham Court Road, Covent Garden and even Oxford Street. We had the pleasure of being able to enjoy the menu just before they officially opened in mid February and to this day I haven't stopped thinking about the food! I can still so clearly imagine the taste of the green tea ice cream with french toast desert and even the simple starter of edamame beans was better then any others I've tried.

I loved everything, even the hot wings before the spice kicked in and almost killed me at the table lol. They are probably not that spicy but I'm a total baby when it comes to hot flavours so for me to still enjoy them really says something about how great the food is here.

Every dish was full of flavour and as a former cocktail waitress I can confirm the cocktails are well worth a try too. The menu changes regularly so if you want to sample the goodies we had (get the prawn toast you have to, its the best prawn toast I've ever had in my life!) then head there soon or risk missing out on one of the best meals I've had this year. We ordered the edamame, prawn toast masquerading as okonomiyaki, fried potatoes, USDA beef picanha - kimchee tare and the korean fried wings and I'd highly recommend every single dish.

If you're in London for the day this would be a great restaurant choice for lunch or even dinner as it's in the middle of the city surrounded by sites meaning you won't have to go too far out of your way. If you live in London then drag yourself to soho and just trust me on this one, if Japanese flavours are your thing then you need to treat yourself to an afternoon here.

Until next time, J xx

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