Blue Tomato Review: Bone Daddies

Japanese is my absolute favourite type of cuisine, so when I was told that I was to review Bone Daddies; I was just a tad excited (massive understatement). As one of the most written about places in Soho, I had high expectations for this little gem, and after eating in Flesh n Buns; Bone Daddies sister site, I knew that I would be in for a treat.

Hidden just off Wardour Street, away from the hustle and bustle of Soho, my dining partner and I pulled back the long black curtain that covered the entrance and entered into a somewhat crowded abode; communal benches and wooden tables with high stools placed in every possible corner and walls lined with images of tattooed Japanese rockers gave Bone Daddies a subtle edgy rock and roll vibe.

On sitting down, you instantly notice the table extras – or in case you’re a big kid like myself, tools to play with and feel as if you are almost adding the final touches to your dish…from soy sauce and chilli oil to a pot filled with fresh garlic and garlic press and even the thoughtful additions of bibs and hair ties – so you can really get down and dirty with your food – I am easily impressed!

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Originally posted on Blue Tomato Reviews