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
Good ramen. Has a nice spice to it and plenty of broth.
Service could use some work. They had us wait for 30 minutes, I got up and asked what was going in, then they informed me there was a mix up in the kitchen and our order was coming soon.
If someone had proactively said this, I would deal with it.. but I saw 3 people that got there after we ordered get their food, so they had plenty of...more
Tried both the tonkatsu and t22 and really not that impressed. Their broth had a weird spice in it with a strange taste. Not that authentic compared to ramen I've had in Japan and in New York. Softshell crab was also passable. Pork croquettes were the only highlight of the night and were worth getting. I'd recommend going to Shoryu a couple blocks away if you want a better ramen experience....more
Not much more can be said that hasn't been already about the ramen kings, bone daddies!
Arrived just after 6 on a Thursday, and pretty soon there was a queue out the door, as expected!
My friend and I nabbed seats by the front window (excellent people watching while dining) and stared with an order of the Korean chicken wings; they had a sweet and spicy sauce and were crispy and...more
Meh. I'm surprised this seems to be the best London has to offer. Got the IP Tonkotsu. The broth had a rich creamy flavor but was VERY salty with little depth of flavor. The "spicy" IP sauce was anything but spicy. Could have done with a bit more chashu and some more varied ingredients. They also use thin, straight vermicelli noodles, which is not necessarily bad, but it didn't satisfy my...more
Maybe I'm spoiled for choice in NYC with ramen joints, but Bone Daddies really just did not do it for me. I got the classic Tonkotsu Ramen, and didn't enjoy it enough to finish (and trust me - I eat a LOT). The broth was nice and thick, but lacked flavor, and the texture of the noodle wasn't as chewy as I would have liked.
They did have this awesome brussel sprout appetizer though - the...more