Chef proprietor of Bone Daddies, Ross Shonhan, has opened the doors to his latest ramen bar in Old Street, marking the chain’s first foray into East London.
Located within The Bower development, the new restaurant incorporates a bar counter and seats up to 65 covers.
The company is known for its ‘no reservations’ policy and a menu that includes favourites such as 20-hour pork bone broth Tonkotsu and sweet, spicy pig bones.
The restaurant also features the now legendary rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack played in all of the ramen bars, bringing the full experience of Bone Daddies to East London for the first time.
Prior to launching the Bone Daddies family, Shonhan held head chef positions at Nobu, Dallas and Zuma, London.
The first site opened in Soho four years ago, followed by Flesh & Buns in Covent Garden a year later. It then launched a Kensington High Street branch of Bone Daddies and a permanent Shackfuyu restaurant following its success as a pop-up restaurant.