A stone’s throw from St. Christopher’s Place, the Marylebone outpost of Bone Daddies serves up Japanese soul food with a side of rock and roll.
Located on James Street, this two-storey, 94-cover restaurant features an open kitchen and cocktail bar at ground level and a basement dining den beneath.
At the front, crate-style seats create a street-market feel, with bi-fold doors transforming the entire ground floor into an indoor-outdoor space.
Casual seating and communal tables reflect the menu, which expands on Bone Daddies’ famous ramen offering with street-food-inspired snacks and sharing plates. Bold and uncontrived, the interior’s impact is down to a layering of rugged materials, such as concrete, reclaimed timbers, antique mirror and powder-coated metalwork.
Punchy neon signs and reclaimed lighting complement the industrial palette, while Japanese murals and Noren panels soften the scheme.