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Flesh and Buns serves up Japanese delights

If you are ever in the West End be it for a show or just to meet friends and looking for a fun place which serves Japanese food and has a buzz about it, then I highly recommend Flesh & Buns. Set in Oxford Circus with another venue in Covent Garden Flesh & Buns offers a great selection Japanese cuisine from ribs to bao buns to tantalise anyone’s taste.

What is the meaning behind the name Flesh & Buns though?

Well the flesh represents a variety of meats, seafoods and vegetables all of which have either been grilled, fried, roasted or smoked and served with their unique sauces and pickles.

The buns represents their fluffy steamed bao buns in which they serve as bao buns are popular within Southern Japan as well as Northern China and Taiwan.

I went along to check out Flesh & Buns on a press related basis to sample a selection of their Japanese delights as well as their bao buns.

Flesh & Buns

Flesh & Buns is from Daddies Group and can be found within Covent Garden and London’s West End.

Flesh & Buns is known for their Japanese cuisine and brings to London a lively, social place, offering drinks and a cross section of dishes designed for sharing with friends.

Their restaurant in Oxford Circus is their flagship restaurant which differs slightly to their one in Covent Garden.

The one based in Covent Garden focuses on food from Tokyo, whilst staying true to a Izakaya Japanese style pub experience.

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