Ramen, London & Rock’n’Roll: Bone Daddies’ take on Contemporary Japanese dining 🍜

Thu 09 2019  |  Carmine GD

 

When chef Ross Shonhan (ex-Zuma and Nobu) launched Bone Daddies as a small Soho ramen bar in 2012, he established tasty, unpretentious Japanese food as the backbone of his project. But behind this apparent simplicity, Bone Daddies’ atmosphere and menu showcase a great deal of eccentricity and complexity. The Rock ‘n’ Roll atmosphere accompanies Bone Daddie’s ramen bowls perfectly, their signature broths being stirred and perfected for hours and hours every day.

Building on the success of its Soho Ramen bar, Bone Daddies expanded to 9 London locations, some offering Izakaya (Japanese-pub-style cuisine) or Yōshoku (full-on Japanese-Western Fusion); pursuing the brand’s core value of delivering Japanese cuisine with a modern twist. 

 

 

As well as being committed to incredibly tasty soul-food, Bone Daddies profoundly cares about providing a great working environment for its employees and is committed to charitable causes. Indeed, Bone Daddies is a partner to Starfish, an organisation that cares for vulnerable and orphaned children affected by HIV and poverty in South Africa.

As an expanding and growing enterprise, Bone Daddies is always on the look for ‘outgoing, adventurous and hardworking’ staff. If this inspires you, you can send your application right now on the PlacedApp. Bone Daddies is a distinctive venue that takes pride in its originality. They are consequently looking for unique people, so if you have a different look or personality this could be a place where you would fit in!

Bone Daddies also puts significant emphasis on providing a growth environment that helps its staff develop through training or promotions. Benefits include meals on shifts, discounts, staff parties throughout the year and much more.  You can check current openings on Placed!

Sayōnara! 🇬🇧🇯🇵