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Located in SoHo on MacDougal Street, Shuka offers dynamic Eastern Mediterranean flavors married with the best of greenmarket ingredients. Chef Ayesha Nurdjaja brings the evocative flavors of the region to the heart of the plate: From mezze such as Beet Hummus, Whipped Feta and Pistachio and House made Labne, to Kebabs with Shawarma Spiced Chicken, Swordfish or Sirloin Steak, and a wide variety of cocktails, wine and beer. Shuka is a party for groups of friends, coworkers, family and neighbors.
New York, NY 10012
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday:
12PM to 11PM
10:30AM to 3PM
5:30PM to 11PM
10:30AM to 3PM
5:30PM to 10PM
Daily Happy Hour:
4PM to 7PM at the bar
Prince and 6th
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Also public lots nearby.
B, D, Q, F to West 4th.
A, C, E
Private Party Facilities:
We offer private and semi-private dining for up to 100 guests for a sit down dinner.
Banquet, Bar Dining, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Shuka Ratings and Reviews
The food was amazing, we got a ton of great vegetarian options like the beet hummus and market vegetables. Only is complaint: our server was a little over eager, he would try to take away dishes without asking while we were still working. The food was so good we wanted to finish all of it!
Shuka offers an inventive Mediterranean menu with great food and good service. There were a number of vegetarian options and the portions were generous. I would highly recommend the restaurant to both business and social gatherings. The Happy hour had good drink options at the bar.
This is an example of an amazing service with great food. When we arrived there was a large group of people standing at the area of our table. The hostess offered to sit us at the table and sent some dishes on the house for the inconvenience. Apart from that, the food was super tasty and I can recommend the sword fish kebab! Was super tasty. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Went to Shuka for brunch. The Shakshuka was very delicious and recommend the dish. My brother did not like his BLT sandwich as much. The restaurant is beautiful and love the large windows to let in light on a sunny day. Also the style of decoration is nice. Had good service.
I will start by saying the service was amazing - from the host to the server to the bus guy, all were fantastic. The food was just a little lackluster - we went for brunch and I had the BLT and my friend had the brunch salad. Both were in desperate need of seasoning and the BLT was not really a sandwich - it's 2 giant grilled pieces of bread with bacon, lettuce and tomato on top - nothing had any flavor to it though. Maybe they're just working out the kinks or maybe we ordered wrong but neither of us left there thinking we had to race back.
I must admit, Hudred Acres was a better name. When asked what the name represents, it was met with confusion in trying to explain. I booked as if going to Hundred Acres as the website doesn't clearly note a chance (statement that same owner, new chef was the reason). Have to admit, it was good, just preferred Hundred Acres as a place to go. Let's go to Shuka sounds like a Japanese restaurant or something of similar origins. Just doesn't have the same appeal when making plans for a cozy meal.
I came here with my friend back when it was called Hundred Acres.. and had to bring my mom back for the fantastic food! The decor and meal was still awesome, but the noise level was just too loud. 4 ladies sitting at the table next to us.. they raised their voices to the point of yelling unmecessarily for an hour. Our ears were buzzing and numb after the meal. It wasn't the restaurant's fault, but it ruined the good food and vibe for us. Definitely going to ask for a different table with more space next time.
I wish my group could have had a better experience here. Overall everything felt very unprofessional. It took a ridiculous amount of time for everything. They asked if we wanted appetizers to start, and then proceeded to bring them out with the main course. We asked if there was some sort of birthday dessert for someone in our group, they put a candle in one of the appetizers and brought it out. Truly just a bizarre experience.
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