Peter Street Ramen Bar

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Our Original Rocking
Ramen Joint

Right in the heart of Soho, Bone Daddies Peter Street is our original rocking ramen joint.

At this small, lively noodle bar we serve quick bowls of delicious ramen.

Perched on high stools, with a beer in your hand, enjoy snacks and noodles served to the soundtrack of old school rock. 

Lunch here will guarantee you slip into a coma around tea-time; but dinner will set you up nicely for a night of carousing

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Got a question?

We can probably answer it here. If you need further help, though, please get in touch.

Booking Enquiries

Can I reserve a table for a large group even though you don’t normally take bookings?

Unfortunately not. That wouldn’t be fair on our other guests.

Can we come in just for drinks?

Unfortunately not. Our premises licence prevents us from serving alcohol without a table meal.

Can we have a quiet table?

We play pretty loud rock music and our venue is small & lively. There really isn’t a particularly quiet table in the restaurant.

Do you take reservations?

Unfortunately not, due to the small size of the restaurant.

What’s your maximum party size?

We can accommodate up to 13 guests at our largest table. You'd have to come in bang on opening time though to be able to grab it!

Food & Drinks

Do you serve wheat-free noodles?

‘Ramen’ stands for the noodle served in this type of Japanese soup, and as such it is traditionally a wheat noodle. We cannot currently substitute this, but we can omit the noodles and substitute with more of the vegetable dish ingredients.

Are you able to cater to coeliacs?

To an extent. We have a range of wheat-free dishes on the menu and can substitute the ramen noodles (see above). But we do use soy sauce rather liberally, which contains wheat in small quantities – so the suitable menu options depend on the degree of gluten intolerance. Give us a call, drop us a line or ask our team when you come in. They’ll be able to recommend something suitable.

Do you add MSG to any of your food?

No, we absolutely don’t, and none of our ingredients contain it.

Do you do take away?

Yes, we do. Please come in and order in person. Your food will be ready in minimal time.

I have a food intolerance or special dietary requirement I can’t find the answer to here. What do I do?

Give us a call, drop us a line or ask our team when you come in. They’ll almost always be able to recommend something suitable.

I’m a vegetarian/vegan. Is there something on the menu I can eat?

There are a few vegetarian options on the menu, some of which may be adjusted to be suitable for vegans. We’re always working on adjusting and enhancing our menu, so dishes may change over time. Give us a call, drop us a line or ask our team when you come in. They’ll be able to recommend something suitable.

Is your meat halal?

Yes, our chicken is.

When are last orders/when does the kitchen close?

As per the timings on our website – when the doors close, last orders are taken, and the kitchen closes.

Why can’t I get delivery in my area?

We partner with Deliveroo, whose delivery algorithm works in mysterious ways that are beyond our comprehension. Do contact them if you feel they should include your postcode – demand will help extend their delivery radiuses!

Other questions you might have

Do you have a baby changing facility?

Unfortunately not – our toilets are just too small. Our Kensington restaurant has one however.

Do you have a cloakroom?

We don’t have a dedicated cloakroom, but there are hooks for coats.

Do you have high chairs?

Sorry, not at this restaurant – there just isn’t the space. We do offer them at our Kensington restaurant however.

Do you have wheelchair access?

Sadly not. We’re in an old Soho building with a step leading up into the dining room and stairs down to the toilet.

How do credit or debit card tips get distributed?

All tips are distributed amongst our waiting, bar and kitchen staff, following any tax related deductions.

Is it just the stool seating you have? No normal chairs?

That is correct. We try to maximise the seating space in our small dining room by using high stools only.