Bone Daddies, London

The open kitchen and communal dining at Bone Daddies.

Crate-style seats create a street-market feel.

We curated a layering of rugged materials.

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.

Powered coated metal space dividers.

An industrial rock 'n' roll vibe was designed throughout.

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.

Caged industrial lighting.

Basement dining den.

Reclaimed timber space divider.