By day seemingly a simple hot dog stand, Dirty Bones turns into a lively underground dining venue by night, where you can sample hot dogs with kimchi relish and crispy seaweed or stick with the classic served with yellow mustard.
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20 Kensington Church StreetKensingtonLondonW8 4EP
- +44 20 7920 6434
Thought we'd try this place out and have a burger.
It was okay, but really nothing to write home about - just average.
This is an 'American' style eatery with fried chicken, burger and hotdogs. Also expect steaks and mac and cheese.
However the potion sizes were anything but America: quite small.
The burger was overcooked (apparently this is another place that a medium rare is cooked...more
Great brunch! Had the breakfast fries as a main. Excellent house ketchup. Portions are reasonable, but not excessive. Bottomless filter coffee is a good option. Coffee is above average for restaurant quality. Fun atmosphere, friendly servers, highly recommend!more
After seeing the menu online, my husband and I thought we'd give it a try. As you walk down some narrow steps your welcomed by doors that hold the anticipation behind what I found to give off an urban New York speakeasy type of bar. It's quite a small place to jam in but cosy, like a hidden den in the middle of Kensington.
Having tried chicken and waffles Stateside, I had preconceptions of...more
I actually was passing this place one day and managed to get a spot while it was packed. It's a nice space inside. Not too light though, but nice all the same.
I liked the pulled pork dog though I honestly don't think it's anything special. Maybe it's because I Like my hot dogs less gourmet more NYC sidewalk style. But the hot wings and Mac Daddy burger with it's mac and cheese gooeyness...more
When it comes to food, I am one greedy little piglet.
I always order the biggest breakfast in the cafe, I'm prone to eat a large Dominos & sides on my own and there was that time with the bargain bucket that I try not to think about...
My mum once described my brother Chris and I to her friend as 'the finest eaters' and whilst that wasn't my defining hour I can kind of see where she's coming...more