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Cuisine: Japanese
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Verdict based on 3 critic, 4 blogger and 2 user reviews and awards
Restaurant Profile »

Address: 30-31 Peter Street, London W1F 0AR

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7287 8581

Buzzy ramen bar in Soho combining noodles, shochu, and rock and roll music (open till midnight on Thursday to Saturday).

Latest reviews of Bone Daddies

The_Guardian

Marina O'Loughlin, The Guardian

21 December 2012

It gets down and dirty. Imagine liquidising a roast pig and straining it into a bowl, and you’ll get an idea of his kotteri-style broth. Textured like gravy, glossy with fat, gummy with collagen…

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PickyGlutton

The Picky Glutton, pickyglutton.com

18 December 2012

Bone Daddies’ tonkotsu had improved dramatically by the time of my second visit (…). Tonkotsu broth had the right colour this time around and it was creamier and fattier too. The noodles, bamboo shoots and the egg were just as good as before, but the slices of pork were still quite lean…

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Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash

11 December 2012

My favourite remains (…) the Tantanman. This features a gloriously rich and fatty stock with a good chilli kick, minced pork and a little piece of bok choy – so you can feign healthiness whilst you squeeze extra fat in via their 50p pipette option…

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Joe-Warwick

Joe Warwick (Metro), Metro

28 November 2012

The best ramen is all about the stock, made from slow-simmered pork or chicken bones (hence that name), and there’s a slurp-to-the-bottom-of-the-bowl richness to the broth in warming helpings of T22 (soy ramen, chicken, cock scratchings) and Tantanmen (sesame, chilli, pork mince, bok choy)…

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What the Critics say

The_Guardian

Marina O'Loughlin, The Guardian

21 December 2012

It gets down and dirty. Imagine liquidising a roast pig and straining it into a bowl, and you’ll get an idea of his kotteri-style broth. Textured like gravy, glossy with fat, gummy with collagen…

Read full review »
Joe-Warwick

Joe Warwick (Metro), Metro

28 November 2012

The best ramen is all about the stock, made from slow-simmered pork or chicken bones (hence that name), and there’s a slurp-to-the-bottom-of-the-bowl richness to the broth in warming helpings of T22 (soy ramen, chicken, cock scratchings) and Tantanmen (sesame, chilli, pork mince, bok choy)…

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Time Out

Celia Plender, Time Out

12 November 2012

The flavours are bold; the dining room is tightly packed; the staff are friendly – Bone Daddies is a whole lot of fun as long as you don’t mind shouting over the blaring rock music on the sound system…

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What the Bloggers say

PickyGlutton

The Picky Glutton, pickyglutton.com

18 December 2012

Bone Daddies’ tonkotsu had improved dramatically by the time of my second visit (…). Tonkotsu broth had the right colour this time around and it was creamier and fattier too. The noodles, bamboo shoots and the egg were just as good as before, but the slices of pork were still quite lean…

Read full review »
Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash Avatar

Edward Smith, Rocket and Squash

11 December 2012

My favourite remains (…) the Tantanman. This features a gloriously rich and fatty stock with a good chilli kick, minced pork and a little piece of bok choy – so you can feign healthiness whilst you squeeze extra fat in via their 50p pipette option…

Read full review »
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Serena Mariani, Into The F World

16 November 2012

Summing it up: my visit to Bone Daddies left me full of very good ramen and only marginally poorer, but not overly impressed with the place and the service…

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Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

16 November 2012

Bone Daddies, I assume, aren’t pretending to be a slice of Tokyo in London and are just offering as much fun as it’s possible to have with bowls of chicken and pork bone stock while also serving a fantastic selection of Japanese-inspired comfort foods into the bargain…

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