Named in honour of the rich bone stock that forms the basis of ramen dishes, Bone Daddies offers a menu featuring up to 10 innovative and exciting flavours of ramen noodles.
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Venue Details & Map
30-31 Peter StreetSohoW1F 0AR
- +44 (0)20 7287 8581
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Bone Daddies is definitely a great ramen place to check out in London. Went with two other friends and we ordered the Tonkotsu Ramen, Kimchee Ramen, & Dipping Ramen to share among us three.
1. Tonkotsu Ramen was on the saltier side. Definitely good, but nothing particularly outstanding in terms of how tonkotsu ramen broth. The noodles were a very good level of not too hard and not too soft. I...more
Went to this place and it's easy to locate once you've gotten there. I like the people and the atmosphere is chilled and relaxed but I already looked at how ratty the menus were and the rustic feel for the restaurant and wanted to give it a chance to surprise me.
The starters were way more expensive than the usual jape aw places I'd been too and whilst they felt gourmet it was a little over...more
I haven't been to that many ramen places in London, but this was the best as of yet!
I got the spicy miso ramen with extra bean sprouts and spring onion. We also shared salmon sashimi and fried chicken as starters. Everything was solid. I particularly liked my ramen -- the soup was perfectly thick and flavourful. We also got cocktails, all of which were great.
Service was prompt and good....more
Three words; Spicy miso ramen. This is my ultimate favourite type of ramen and Bone Daddies did not disappoint when I came here for lunch one cold, fall day. The broth was delicious, the pork was melt in your mouth amazing, and the spice level was spot on. Could have done without the red straw like vegetable garnish but a minor hit on an otherwise perfect meal.
We also ordered the fried...more
I love ramen! So, I'm always looking for a great ramen house. Bone Daddies is not your typical ramen house. They add their own special touches/spins to traditional ramen. We tried the Tatanmen and the tonkatsu. These weren't really your typical tatanmen or tonkatsu broths. I can't quiet put my tongue to it, but it's got its own special kick! The noodles were decently chewy and in good amounts....more