Filthy Vegan Junk Food
Biff's Jack Shack — Unit 49
Biff’s Jack Shack are hell-bent on making the world's filthiest, most indulgent and uncompromising food. And making it Vegan AF.
Their unique Crispy Fried Jackfruit takes plants to the next level: young green jackfruit is braised in a secret spice mix and triple-dipped in golden panko to create fully-stacked burgers and wait-that’s-not-chicken wingz, complete with sugarcane ‘bone’.
Known for their punchy flavours, liberal use of neon, and builds like Arnie feeling the pump, The Shack menu also features chilli bowls, loaded fries, desserts and London’s first vegan poutine.
Biff’s was kick-started by partners Biff Burrows and Christa Bloom as a reaction against the sad, uninspired bean burger options in many restaurants. Fed up with the perception that vegan meant ‘second best’ their mission was to create banging nosh that carnivores and plant-based foodies could revel in together. They launched the Shack in May 2017, trading as part of street food collective KERB and at markets and festivals across the UK.
The Shack has racked up appearances on Channel 4 and BBC One, as well as features in The Guardian, Independent, Metro, and Good Food magazine. Their ‘Father Jack’ burger was picked as Time Out's fave vegan bun, and ‘The Samuel Hell Jackson’ named as one of the best burgers in the UK by GQ.
Boxpark Shoreditch is their first permanent joint.
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