|Ramen Bar To Open on Putney High Street|
Bone Daddies set to take over former Byron Burger premises
A chain restaurant offering Japanese style noodle soup dishes is set to move into 22 Putney High Street near Putney Bridge.
Bone Daddies will be a ramen bar and will offer the bowls of soup which are suitable as a quick meal. They describe their mission as to create the best ramen and the best atmosphere with classic rock play lists and their web site says that things can ‘get a little rowdy’ after a few beers and sakes.
The first Bone Daddies was in Soho and the group has quickly expanded with branches in Bermondsey, Bond Street, Old Street, Victoria and Richmond. They will also offer a delivery service and will be open every day from 11.30am to 10pm.
They will be taking over the site vacated by Byron Burgers which went into administration last year after opening on the High Street in 2011. It is understood that the administrator looked for a buyer for the Putney site but was unable to find one.
February 26, 2021