Since Bone Daddies opened the doors to their lively Soho ramen bar in 2012 they’ve aimed to create the best ramen in the best atmosphere. They’re real rock’n’roll and we stand by it. It’s why Bone Daddies ramen bars are buzzing with classic rock playlists and can get a little rowdy with the right crowd after a few beers and sakes.

Bone Daddies want to change people’s perceptions of Japanese food from something exclusive and make it accessible. To them, a great bowl of ramen starts with a great broth and they take theirs seriously. It takes ages, but it’s totally worth it. Bone Daddies also champion local collaborators that they know are killing the game, and pride themselves on being a community-based ramen bar that really does give a shit.

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