London Japanese restaurant Shackfuyu, from Bone Daddies founder Ross Shonhan (pictured), has opened a new private dining room for up to 16 guests.
Typical dishes will include sweet, sticky and spicy Korean fried wings and aubergine with four miso and bubu arare, plus kare pan, a rabbit curry doughnut served with daikon mayo. The Á la carte options will include ‘prawn toast masquerading as okonomiyaki' and Ibérico pork pluma, plus nama harumaki, a fresh spring roll made with Cornish crab. There will also be the option to order the popular Kinako French toast with soft-serve matcha ice-cream.
Interior-wise, the private dining room continues the design and atmosphere of the main space, featuring dark grey walls, 1970s-style leather upholstered chairs, low-hanging light fittings, a tiled wall and bar counter, and three copper doors.
There is also a white exposed brick wall, plus a wall showcasing a collection of Japanese film and music posters.
The Shackfuyu concept began life as a pop-up in London's Soho, having been launched by former Zuma chef Shonhan, who was also the founder of Japanese ramen group Bone Daddies in 2012. It aims to serve food in the style of Japanese izakayas.