Bone Daddies latest casualty of difficult environment for hospitality business
Bone Daddies on Putney High Street. Picture: Google Streetview
January 13, 2023
Bone Daddies appears to have become the latest casualty of the current difficult economic conditions.
The lights have been out at the premises since earlier in the year. We contacted the company that runs the chain of restaurants offering Japanese style noodle soup dishes for confirmation that the closure is permanent. No reply has yet been received but the branch has been removed from the group’s web site.
Bone Daddies moved into 22 Putney High Street near Putney Bridge in February 2021 taking over the site formerly occupied by Byron.
Its ramen was popular with Putney residents seeking a quick, relatively inexpensive meal and the venue offered a lively atmosphere inside with a classic rock play list. It offered a delivery service.
The first in the chain was opened in Soho and they still have an number of branches across London including one in Richmond.
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