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
This place was packed. Very loud and crowded inside. This is your American version of ramen. I did not like it at all. The fried chicken was okay fresh but after a lil while it didn't taste good. I guess that comes with fried chicken.
The tonkatsu ramen was oily and the ramen noodles was not the regular ramen noodles used at authentic Japanese ramen bars.
I wasn't a fan of shoryu ramen venue...more
Bone daddies one of the top ramen place in London?
Yes, I dare say. I still have a slight preference for Ippudo but Bone daddies is a close second plus it had more interesting choices in ramen combination.
We started with snacks: chicken wings which were simply yummy the right amount of sweet and spicy with a bit of a crunch.
Chashu pork and corn croquettes are abs fab a must order!!!!...more
Another tough competitor at the best ramen in London. If you like a thick ramen, you'll love the Tonkotsu variations that Bone Daddies has to offer.
This was my second ramen of the weekend after having just been to Toro for Tonkotsu Ramen just yesterday (I'm a ramen addict!), but this time I'm trying a new type of ramen, Kani Tonkotsu. This ramen has chashu pork, softshell crab, chilli,...more
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