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
I love this place, I really do and the only reason why I knock it is that it's a lot of money for what amounts to a bowl of ramen. I went for lunch with my mum and my sister (a quick lunch mind as it was a workday) and our total bill was over £50.
That said, it is damn good ramen, having tried Shoryu and Tonkotsu, it is, in my opinion, the winner in the area. Get there early, there aren't...more
Staff serving baby shot glasses of warm sake to the people on the queue was a sign of good things to come.
After about 25min on a Sat night I was seated with some strangers (I was by myself) and was ready to order. They didn't have anymore of the cocktail I wanted (sour ginger) so I got an Ume Shower which was too sweet for my taste but ok nonetheless.
Then, the ramen. The broth was...more
Really, really, really good ramen and stupidly long queue - even on Mondays.
I completely buy that ramen places are supposed to be quick eats - order, sit, eat (slurp) and leave - but that's in Japan, where awesome ramen places are at every corner, not in London where delicious ramen with amazing broth and plenty of seafood for a good price - is a rarity. They should definitely open another...more
Be ready for this hipster ramen experience. Bone Daddies has arranged the perfect union between an hipster atmosphere and quite authentic ramens.
I hate the food fusion but mixing atmosphere with (good) food is fine. To the ramen, Bone daddies has added this typical low-light, hipster-waiters with beard. The only Japanese elements I spotted in the interior was a photo of the Yoyogi park...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