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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Ridiculously amazing tonkotsu broth, esp with chili sauce added to it. Rich, thick, delicious.
The soft boiled egg could have been cooked a little less so the yolk could have added to the creaminess of the broth ie orenchi in Santa Clara, Ca.
The noodles were not my fave; too thin and did nothing for the broth.
I regret not ordering extra broth...
The karaage fried chicken was delicious...more
Come here and let Bone Daddies walk you face first into a wall of unctuous porky tonkotsu! Pork bone soup might scare off some, but that just means MORE SOOOP for you, Gentle Yelper (I swear I can spell, but those O's get across something I can't articulate in words).
I've never seen such a broth. Milky white and as rich as it looks, I found myself basically scraping the bowl to get the final...more
While I'm not the biggest Hakata-style tonkotsu ramen fan, Bone Daddies does good.
There's usually a queue at night, but you can easily pass the time by ordering a drink.
The tonkotsu ramen has a milky collagen-thick soup with rich garlic flavor. The eggs are perfect, with a creamy soft yolk. Adding chicken scratchings is a nice local touch, but I didn't feel they did much texture-wise.
Very spicy Tantanmen, best ever! Will try its 20hrs tonkotsu ramen next time. The soft shell card is also tasty!more
There is a lot to like about Bone Daddies but since I've become an obsessive fan of Tonkotsu ramen I have developed my own standards. With ramen I find it hard to judge because the broth can varied each day especially when you make it in large quantities at once unlike other dishes where you mostly cook it one at a time. So if I have a 'bad' ramen it could just be a 'bad' day but of course...more