About Bone Daddies

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

Address
30-31 Peter Street
Soho
W1F 0AR
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7287 8581
Public transport:
Piccadilly Circus, Underground
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Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 155 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Bone Daddies

4.0 out of 5 7 August 2014
by Suma D.

Fantastic sticky, spicy and sweet ribs. Great to share with friends.more

4.0 out of 5 3 August 2014
by Hélène H.

Very good ramen. The broth might have been the thickest I've ever tasted, even compared to some I've had in Japan (I had the tonkotsu ramen). Chashu was excellent, egg was perfect. Kimchi was OK, good quantity for the price. Fried chicken was OK too, on par with some cheap karaage you can get in cheap izakayas in Japan.

Overall a bit pricey though.

Staff is nice and decor too. We went there...more

4.0 out of 5 22 July 2014
by Gemma M.

Tasty ramen in central London. Inside Bone Daddies it isn't very big and they've mostly gone for the large communal style tables with stools. I've been told by my friend that lived in Japan for 4 years this is quite normal as in Japan you would normally just eat at the counter after a heavy night out on the drink. There comment was it was a shame that they also didn't serve gyoza to go...more

4.0 out of 5 14 July 2014
by M H.

And finally, something on the UK ramen scene worth writing and raving about!

No more of that tasteless clear broth with no fat or oil on the surface, this is the real deal - Hakata style tonkotsu! Such eerie, cloudy and unbelievably unhealthy broth yet oh so nourishing - and that's the charm of it. Pretty standard toppings, nicely made egg, and yes, as much garlic and chili as you would dare...more

5.0 out of 5 15 June 2014
by Jon L.

Finely curated ramen.

I tried the tonkotsu ramen (I always like to set a good baseline before trying the different adaptions).

- The broth was rich and silky

- The noodles were a bit soft but not mushy

- The egg was perfect, soft and cold, providing a good contrast to the warm broth

- The pork was definitely nice and fatty, although on the slim side regarding portions

- The accenting...more

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