Bone Daddies to open in Richmond this month
Bone Daddies, the Japanese ramen concept, has announced it will open its sixth site in the south east this month, in Richmond.
The new unit, which opens on 14 October, sees Bone Daddies expand west of London, accommodating up to 80 guests.
Classics that will be served to guests include the Tonkotsu and T22 ramens, as well as fried chicken, pig bones and bao buns.
Bone Daddies was founded by Demetri Tomazos and Ross Shonhan in 2012, with Shonhan stepping away from the business earlier this year, leaving Tomazos to take the brand forward.
The group, which also encompasses Flesh & Buns (in Oxford Circus and Covent Garden) and Shack-Fuyu (in Soho) has grown considerably since the flagship Bone Daddies restaurant in Soho opened its doors back in 2012.
The newest addition of the Richmond restaurant brings the total number of Bone Daddies ramen bars to six (located in Bond Street, Victoria, Soho, Bermondsey and Old Street) and the group’s overall sites to nine.
The site will soft launch with 50% off food from 14-25 October.
Bone Daddies, Richmond launches on 14th October and is located at 26 Hill Street, Richmond, TW9 1TW.
Pictured: Duckotsu ramen, served for a limited time last month