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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30-31 Peter Street, Soho, W1F 0AR
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i been to many Donkotsu ramen place in japan, paris and london.
I wantied to find the most nearest donkotsu ramen with original japanese one.
Obviously here is one of the best in london. Very tender and well made cha-shu makes customer happy. And the quality and taste of Donkostu soup is good. Deep and long time boiled. However, when i was served, noddle and soup was nt hot . it was served...more
Was excited to check this place out. After a 45min wait for a single serving of ramen, I was served a horrible, lukewarm soup as I was getting ready to leave. I though I'd waited that long, I might as well try the ramen. Lukewarm tonkotsu is not nice. Neither is the tough-as-old-boots chashu pork on top. I have a strong feeling they made my serving and forgot about it for 20min, despite me...more
In the centre of Soho, Bone Daddies is a new ramen joint. It seems to be a mark of hipness not to have a name or sign anymore on new places lest you might be guilty of not being cool enough to need a sign ...(hint it's next to Byron burger which does have a sign)... in fact I didn't see it at first because I thought it WAS Bryon burger. OK I clearly failed on that test of personal...more
Best ramen in London, and **shock** not a Japanese person in sight. This is luxury ramen cooked for hours, if not days to get the best out of every bone. I was blown away by the flavours of my chicken-based T22 soup with added corn, which unexpectedly pipped my wife's Tonkotsu for taste and appearance. We also enjoyed the beautiful pickled fruit and vegetables, salty fried chicken and far too...more
Popped in here late last night after reading about it in Chowhound. Bone Daddies is a spartan but very compelling bistro with shared tables and very open vibe. As other yelpers have alluded to, they specialize in ramen noodles. I started with the fried chicken which was fantastic, not greasy and very crispy. The white meat was tender and juicy; I would think of them as more chicken morsels...more