Bone Daddies’ Cranbourn Street launch swells roster of Covent Garden openings

October 23, 2023

“Rock n Roll ramen” brand Bone Daddies, has launched its latest ramen bar in a high profile location in the heart of the West End, opposite Leicester Square station on Cranbourn Street – gateway to Covent Garden.

The 1,520 sq ft site – designed to have a modern izakaya feel with a Bone Daddies twist – has space for 80 ramen-lovers across two floors.  The full menu of signature ramen is on offer, as well as bao buns, Karaage fried chicken and a few exclusive dishes from Executive Chef Tom Moxon, not to mention Bone Daddies’ trademark Yuzu margeritas.

Bone Daddies eighth opening is a prominent site which will strengthen the brand, established in Soho in 2012.  It is one of nine new hospitality brands signed across landlord Shaftesbury Capital’s Covent Garden estate in the last six months.  November will see the launch of Phil Howard’s pasta concept Notto on Henrietta Street, as well as Indian restaurant Colonel Saab’s second site – a 4,900 sq ft restaurant featuring elaborate interiors with hand-collected art and an all day menu at 41 William IV Street.

DCL acts for landlord Shaftesbury Capital.