Shackfuyu, the sister restaurant to Bone Daddies and Flesh & Buns, which opened last February as a 12-month pop-up in Soho, will host a two day residency at Bone Daddies workshop in Bermondsey this weekend. Under the railway arches around the corner from Maltby and Druid Street markets, the Shackfuyu residency will be a ticketed event in collaboration with The Cornwall Project (currently at pubs across London including the Newman Arms in Fitzrovia).
Details on the dishes served will be released via social media, but will include some of Shackfuyu Soho’s classics like: Ibérico Pork Pluma and 4 Miso Aubergine with Bubu Arare, as well as its famed Kinako French Toast.
The two day residency coincides with the temporary closure of Shackfuyu’s Soho base in Old Compton Street (the former site of Made in Italy RIP) for refurbishment. To offer guests a more comfortable environment, Bone Daddies founder Ross Shonhan and his team have taken the decision to close the venue and refit it as a permanent location. When the restaurant reopens in mid-November, diners can expect a brand new upstairs bar with counter seating and a private dining room, among other changes to the space. The menu is set to include the lunchtime addition of filled gao bao buns in the style of Flesh & Buns, with reservations being taken for lunch and dinner.
Tickets can be purchased for the residency dinner on Friday 30 October and for all-day dining on Saturday 31 October (at a cost of £10 per person, to be deducted from the total bill amount).