Shukuu Izakaya & Sake Bar

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Founded by four young professionals crazy about all things Japanese, Shukuu Izakaya is a recreation and creative expression for every wow moment we had from our sojourns to Japan. A trifecta of sublime foods, epic drinks, and of course - our authentic Izakaya ambience.

8 Stanley Street
Singapore 068727

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05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30am

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

05:30pm - 10:30pm

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Swiss-style potato shreds with mentaiko. I liked how the potato shreds were not soggy but crunchy and yet soft at the same time. It was also of good length β€” which made me feel like I was eating potato noodles!! The mentai cream was heavenly!! It was smooth and slightly salty, I only wish that the mentai could bring out the spice in the chilli pepppers slightly more. Nonetheless, the mentai sauce and the potato shreds came together very well as a savoury small hotplate. A warm comforting carb-loaded dish that I will recommend to share as it gives your more tummy space to order other small bites!


Deep fried tofu in a generous amount of dashi gravy. I was surprised that this dish came hot, as I often had it cold. I however, seemed to prefer this version way more though! Comforting and appetising all at the same time, this is a very good way to excite your tummy for a good start to the meal.


Don't know where they actually got this from, but it is unlikely that they actually made this themselves. It was a nice drink and tasted really good!!! Not too sweet nor sour. Hope I can find it somewhere someday🀣


You can choose to get the oden soup on its own or pay for 6 other odens in the soup. As I had already ordered other dishes and was craving something warm and comforting, I just ordered the Oden soup alone. It is not the most flavourful soup and on the bland side. But it does carry out what it is meant to achieve β€” a warm soup for the soul. Nothing mindblowing though.


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I had high expectations for this given the price but I was rather disappointed. While indeed the beef was soft and tender, it was a bit on the bland and dry side as well. There was a strong beefy aftertaste as well... not the kind of taste I would like in my meat.


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Black Pork Collar on a skewer was surprisingly tender. No visible fat, although you can kinda taste how it has melted into the otherwise lean piece of meat. I personally think that their meat skewers here are a tad bit on the bland side, but all is good as it is complemented with the other saltier, savoury dishes.