From Thursday 2nd November, Biff’s Jack Shack will taking over the kitchen at the Haunt, Stoke Newington, unleashing their first “vegan AF” dinner menu six nights a week, as well as indulgent take on brunch.
Following an explosive summer on the London street food scene, where our innovative crispy fried jackfruit and vegan junk food has garnered national press, half a million views on UniLAD and a slot at KERB’s sold out ‘Livin’ on the Veg’, Biff’s Jack Shack are taking residency this winter at all-vegan bar and eatery, Haunt London.
Diners can get Shack classics such as the Bangin’ Jackfruit Wingz, drizzled in vegan blue cheese and buffalo hot sauce (as recommended by The Guardian and Waitrose magazine), and the Samuel Hell Jackson burger (voted one of Time Out London’s best veggie comfort food dishes) as well as a bunch of new and filthier than ever dishes (including some GF options).
The New Jack City:
The Shack’s biggest burger ever, inspired by the great sandwiches of the Big Apple’s all night diners: a signature crispy jackfruit patty, loaded with peppered smoky seitan, smoked gouda cheese, sweet pickles, sauerkraut and Russian sauce on our famous toasted brioche.
The ultimate vegan katsu in burger form: a panko-fried jackfruit cutlet, slathered in katsu sauce, with crisp lettuce, tangy Japanese pickles and a tempura broccoli floret in vegan brioche.
Vegan hush puppies with whipped maple ‘butter’
The American classic is brought to Stokey: deep fried crispy cornbread bits studded with sweetcorn and spring onion, served with a sweet-salty whipped maple butter. Indulgence to the extreme.
The Lumber Jack breakfast burger
Cutting down even the nastiest of hangovers, this ‘vegan breakfast in a bun’ loads crispy bacun, a hash brown and spinach on top of the signature jackin’ patty, all in a toasted brioche bun, with a choice of red or brown sauce. We serve it with a side of home made bourbon bbq baked beans for the ultimate hair-of-the-dog dip.
Vegan pancake stack (Gluten free)
Fat and fluffy AF buckwheat, coconut oil and vanilla pancakes, topped with coconut yoghurt, toasted cashews, banana, lashings of maple syrup and dark chocolate shavings.
(Menu items will continue to develop over the next few weeks, with regular specials.)
We are excited to be kicking things off at the Haunt from Thursday 2th November (kitchen open 6pm-10pm) with brunch service taking place weekends midday-3pm from Saturday 4th November. Reservations are being taken by the Haunt NOW at hauntlondon.com
Biff’s Jack Shack at the Haunt (now until Dec 31st 2017) Address: Haunt, 182 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7UY (just over a 10 minute walk from Stoke Newington (TFL Rail) and Dalston Junction/Dalston Kingsland (Overground)).
Haunt contact details: Web: hauntlondon.com | Bookings 020 7249 1203 | Instagram: @hauntlondon
Opening hours (food service): Tuesday* to Friday: 5pm-10pm Saturday midday-4pm (brunch), 5pm-10pm (dinner) Sunday: midday-4pm (brunch), 4pm-7pm (Sunday menu) *Open Tuesdays from November 14th.
Christmas: In the run up to Christmas the Haunt is available for Christmas parties, with catering from the Shack. We will be serving Christmas-themed dishes nearer the date.