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.
There's also a range of exotic snacks which are full of flavour, plus a rock 'n' roll soundtrack.
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30-31 Peter StreetSohoW1F 0AR
- +44 20 7287 8581
Bone daddies is a modern ramen joint. Ramen meets hipster. Edgy.
To be fair, I didn't have much ramen in london to compare this too, perhaps this is the best London has to offer? Perhaps it isn't. Either way, the tonkotsu broth and the T22 are the 2 most raved about in reviews, so that is what we went with. The broth itself was very thick and heavy, but somehow lacking depth in flavor....more
How have I not reviewed Bone Daddies yet?
As a vegetarian this is my go-to ramen stop, offering an alternative to the predictable miso broths.
Bone Daddies often has a queue, in my experience Sunday lunch time is the best time to avoid this. Music is a little loud, and the high-stall seating doesn't make me feel so inclined to stay here all evening. Bone Daddies will always be a bit of an...more
Woah this was good. My friend ordered the kimchee ramen and I had already bought a veggie pot pie so I didn't order anything. This place was packed and I could see why. The ramen was the bomb! Not salty, not oily, not bland, not cheap on ingredients. All was great about this dish and it was not expensive either. The waiter was friendly and the customers had so much energy. You won't feel...more
Ok maybe I am getting old and if I am going to eat somewhere in Soho, certain things will affect my decision regarding WHERE to go.
Bone Daddies was a must when I first arrived in London 2 years ago and I have to say that I'm still enjoying going there once a month BUT there are some Pros and Cons that I would like to share with people mid 30's like me. Let's start!
- Ramen is really...more
I finally got my ramen fix after craving it for a while ever since I started watching a Japanese Netflix TV show called "Good Morning Call' (totally hooked on this show). I liked the sound of this place as it was casual dining and has received great reviews.
At 4pm, it was not very busy so my husband and I decided to take the seats near the window gazing out on to the street. I was glad we...more