Bone Daddies St James London
The Facts
NAME: Bone Daddies James Street
IT'S: A ramen bar in St Christopher’s Place, tucked behind Oxford Street.

10-02-2017

OPENED: February 10th, 2017
DID YOU KNOW: The head chef here, Ross Shonhan, was previously at Nobu, Dallas and Zama.
LOCATION: Marylebone
ADDRESS: 46-48 James Street, London W1U 1HA
CLOSEST TUBE: Bond Street
OPENING TIMES: Monday – Wednesday, 12pm – 10pm; Thursday – Saturday, 12pm – 11pm; Sunday, 12pm – 9:30pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: 020 3019 7140
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
TWITTER: Visit Twitter

Bone Daddies James Street

OPENED 133 DAYS AGO

Bone Daddies James Street is a ramen bar serving Japanese food against the soundtrack of rock ’n’ roll.

Its latest branch has just opened in St. Christopher’s Place, a retreat for any Oxford Street shopper. If the quality of its sister sites are any indication, Bone Daddies James Street is destined to be one of Central London’s most popular new restaurants.

Ramen at Bone Daddies James Street in London.

The Spot:

Located just behind Oxford Street, this branch is spacious and transporting. Set across two floors, the design takes its cue from the Japanese streets. Upstairs, reused sake crates act as stools, whilst the L-shaped bar is decked out with cages overhead. It all exudes market charm.

Downstairs, the open kitchen is the main attraction, where the chefs at work recreate the hustle and bustle of market scenes. There’s also a large communal table in the basement, Wagamama style.

The Food:

Bone Daddies James Street is not your usual noodle joint. To start, there’s a selection of snacks to share, tapas-style, from the Aged Dashi Tofu to the Sweet Spicy Pig Bones. Inspired by New York, the Bone Daddies specialty is their gutsy ramen, but let’s not forget the robata and wok dishes – such as the buckwheat Yaki Soba – that are exclusive to this branch.

Dinner at Bone Daddies James Street in London.

Developed by chef proprietor Ross Shonhan and group executive chef Tom Moxon, a new Kushiyaki section also showcases skewers of ingredients. For vegetarians, shiitake mushrooms are marinated in kimchee butter and sweet chilli ponzu, before being slow-cooked over a robata grill until succulent but tender.

The Drinks:

A long list of Japanese drinks provides an accompaniment to noodle slurping, including sake, Japanese beers, wine and their signature Yuzu Margarita. For those on a healthy kick, there’s a range of fresh juices, including melon, kiwi, shiso and cucumber.

The Damage:

Snacks are priced at around £5, robata grill dishes range from £5-20 (for the ribeye), and ramen costs £10. If you head there before February 16, you can get 50% off food.

Meat skewers at Bone Daddies James Street in London.

In a Nutshell:

Bone Daddies James Street offers classic ramen alongside new and exciting dishes. Against the backdrop of smoky charcoal grills and Japanese aesthetics, this branch breathes new life into the St. Christopher’s Place community.

If you like what you see and taste here, stay tuned, as they’ll be opening up another branch in the burgeoning Nova Victoria development, which already hosts restaurants like Shake Shack, Hai Cenato, Greenwood and Timmy Green.

Refer to our Just Opened Map of London for more eating & drinking in the city; it updates each week with the newest restaurant openings.

Words by Devina Shah

The Facts
NAME: Bone Daddies James Street
IT'S: A ramen bar in St Christopher’s Place, tucked behind Oxford Street.

10-02-2017

OPENED: February 10th, 2017
DID YOU KNOW: The head chef here, Ross Shonhan, was previously at Nobu, Dallas and Zama.
LOCATION: Marylebone
ADDRESS: 46-48 James Street, London W1U 1HA
CLOSEST TUBE: Bond Street
OPENING TIMES: Monday – Wednesday, 12pm – 10pm; Thursday – Saturday, 12pm – 11pm; Sunday, 12pm – 9:30pm
WEBSITE: Visit Site
CONTACT: 020 3019 7140
FACEBOOK: Visit Facebook
TWITTER: Visit Twitter
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