Maguro Yukke

$12.00 · 18 Reviews

Everything was great - the waiters were attentive and efficient, and the food was served quickly. The food was also great, I’d highly recommend the sashimi (We had the Maguro Yukke, as pictured) for sure!

They also had a wide range of sake (as its name suggests, of course), and although we only tried the Sweet Sake of the Week, it was so smooth and went really well with the food.

The atmosphere and decor of the place also felt really cozy - there was definitely an attention put in the details of the place, and there was a cohesiveness to it for sure. I would definitely recommend Shukuu!

Mackerel was well cooked and sashimi was tasty and interesting because they added an extra quail yolk. Cozy ambience and nice food 🐟

It was a great experience dining in ShuKuu. Staff were friendly, helpful, and enthusiastic in recommending the items in the menu. My friend and I specifically enjoyed the Maguro Yukke and the Gyu Ponzu which we would highly recommend to anyone coming to visit! Personally, having Gyu Ponzu before, I think ShuKuu's take on it is interesting, unique, and delicious. Awesome stuff!

Ordered the Yasai Miso, Gyu Ponzu, Maguro Yukke, Satsuma-Age, Rosti Mentai and Oden. Enjoyed the Gyu Ponzu and Maguro Yukke the most. I'd probably give the Yasai Miso a miss the next time. The Oden was pretty average.

Founded by four young professionals crazy about all things Japanese, this buzzy joint along Stanley Street creates an authentic Izakaya ambience with premium sake selections, charcoal-grilled skewers and donburis. Start off your experience with their Agedashi Tofu ($6) and Gyu Ponzu ($8), think lightly seared fillet beef with ponzu sauce. Order up a selection of Salmon Nigiri ($4.80), Maguro Yukke ($13), deep fried Tori Kara-age ($10) and end off the meal with the Ikura Don ($12). Still peckish? Get a round of Kushi-Yaki with your bottle of Sake — Tsukune ($4.50), Buta Bara ($4.50), Shishito Pepper ($3.50) and Tochigi Wagyu A4 (Ribloin) ($9).
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The food is really good and love the ambience here. Good place to unwind after work (it’s located in the middle of the CBD!) Wide range of food - all high quality stuff. Highly recommend the Maguro Yukkee (yellowfin tuna sashimi with raw quail egg)! Would love to try the Sakae the next time I come.

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Yellowfin tuna sashimi w raw quail egg, tossed in sesame oil and spicy oil

They pride themselves in their home made recipes which are pretty unique and tastes good - Things like their gyu ponzu, Maguro yukke, and squid in squid ink tempura (ika kuro-age)! I also loved their Oden, and how flavourful the Daikon and the soup was :) the a4 wagyu beef stick is as good as the ones I had in Japan too!! Must order! The owners are passionate about their izakaya, and don't hesitate to ask them for recommendations

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Loved that the izakaya food is filling and the drinks are affordable! Sapporo draft beer for $5.50 for 330ml. My fav top dishes would be the aburi shimesaba $14, maguro yukke $13 and the wagyu beef skewer $9.50! Reservations are highly recommended as it was 75-90% full when I was there for dinner on a Monday night! #burpple

This homegrown spot has come a long way in crafting that authentic izakaya experience. Come with friends to share a big bottle of house sake ($138 for 1.8L) and order these for a surefire win: fresh Maguro Yukke ($12) with a splash of sesame and chilli oil, the creamy, mentaiko-loaded Rosti Mentai ($8) and the always good Chef Selection Skewers ($18 for five skewers).
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