31 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
About this place
Shuka is an Eastern Mediterranean restaurant located in SoHo. Chef Ayesha Nurdjaja features dynamic and bold flavors in a relaxed yet vibrant setting, inspired by places all over the Mediterranean. Mezze, small plates, and kebabs are offered alongside unique cocktails and wines.
Tips from locals
Formerly known as Hundred Acres, the restaurant has been completely rebranded as Shuka, filled with dishes inspired by the chef's history with Moroccan and Middle Eastern flavors. From mezzes to kebab and heavenly baklava, the food is just as appealing as the Moroccan-influenced tiles and textiles…
Place for contemporary Eastern Mediterranean food, wine & cocktails in a stylish setting.
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“Regional American fare (including oysters and much-hyped fried chicken) in a lively, modern space. Recommend for weekend brunch or dinner in winter months. Cozy spot. I used to come here a lot when I First moved to New York. It’s a great spot yeah I feel like you will not run into a ton of tourist her either.”
- 74 locals recommend
“Do you want to have the best burger of your life? Many people mention good burger spots in all cities but this is legitimately probably the best burger in the world. It's not a regular burger. It's french style and is rated the top burger in New York if not the world by many publications. The burger is only served at the bar, and it's a small bar. They also limit the amount of burgers served every day so it's rather exclusive (I think they only serve 12). The burger is ~$30 but you will be a happy camper if you get to bite into one of these. Seriously. Ideally, call a day ahead to confirm when they will be serving the burgers the next day as weekends and weekdays are different hours. The sweet spot is getting there 20-30 minutes before opening. You should be the first in line if not close. There are exactly 9 seats at the bar. If you don't get a seat at the bar you can't get it. This burger will change your taste buds. If you can't get a seat at the bar, the dining room serves amazing food as well. Order the Steak Au Poivre Peppercorn and you won't regret it. ”
- 51 locals recommend
“Popular SoHo spot with an upmarket seafood menu & a raw bar offering a large selection of oysters. ”
- 21 locals recommend