Hot on the coattails of the relaunch of Shackfuyu, one of the most instagrammed restaurants of 2015, Ross Shonhan will open his sixth Japanese restaurant in London in June 2016.
Shonhan, chef proprietor of Bone Daddies Ramen Bar and Shackfuyu (Soho), Bone Daddies Kensington High Street, Bone Daddies Saturday Ramen Bar (Bermondsey) and Flesh & Buns (Covent Garden), will now venture into East London, opening within The Bower development, Old Street. The new site will be the fourth Bone Daddies, also specialising in ramen.
Bone Daddies Old Street will be located on the corner of Baldwin Street within The Bower complex. The restaurant will incorporate a small bar counter and will seat up to 65 covers. Open for lunch and dinner, the new site will adhere to the usual Bone Daddies no reservations policy.
Fans of Bone Daddies will find their favourite ramen and snacks on the menu, from the flavour-packed 20 hour pork bone broth Tonkotsu, to sweet, spicy pig bones. A selection of dishes unique to the site are currently in development, such as dressed-up Kushikatsu – skewered, breaded and fried meats and fish served with assorted sauces. The signature Yuzu Margarita will be amongst a list of new and favourite cocktails, alongside the characteristic extensive offering of quality beers, cider, sake and wine.
Bone Daddies Old Street will feature 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.