Bone Daddies, Soho

Ever wondered what real ramen tastes like? Ever wondered what it looks like? Well, Bone Daddies ramen is a treat for the eyes and mouth. Just take a look at the pictures below… if they don’t get your tummy rumbling then I don’t know what well. Gone are the days of tasteless, watery ramen, enter flavour that warms you to the bones and enter bowls jam packed with treats. I mean look at those eggs…

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On my first trip to Bone Daddies I had the Kimchee Ramen – prawns, mussels, kimchee and chilli in chicken bone broth. The soup itself was rich in flavour, I could have eaten it by itself. Throw some prawns, mussels, sweetcorn, spring onions and egg into the mix and you’ve got yourself a match made in heaven. I went again last week when fellow blogger Taylah was visiting London… I knew I could rely on Bone Daddies to deliver the goods. This time I had pork ramen from the Specials… the chilli paste was just the right amount of heat. And doesn’t it look pretty?! The liquidy fun doesn’t end there. They do some really yummy soft drinks too.

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So, wonder no more. Give your tastebuds a treat and visit Bone Daddies as soon as humanely possible. It’s a keeper.

Mother Mash, Soho

I’ve been in London for less than a week and I appear to have spent a considerable amount of money on eating out. I felt less guilty about my trip to Mother Mash with some University friends because of it’s great prices along with its delicious, hearty food. It hit the spot especially with the weather getting colder and evenings getting darker; I almost felt like I was snuggled up at home with some proper home cooked food. Ok, may be not quite with the wooden benches and extra garden peas that we accidentally accepted in a moment of confusion, then to be told they weren’t for us… sorry but I’ve already stirred them into my gravy, do you still want them back?!
Anyway, paying £8.95 each we got our own choice of mash with two delicious sausages and lashings of gravy. We left feelings full to the brim in a warm, fuzzy kind of way and rolled back to the tube station. I ordered bubble and squeak mash (if you can fry it then it’s got to be yummy – which it was) with the premium pork sausages and onion gravy.
So if you’re looking for a well priced meal thats going to fill you up and warm you through, Mother Mash will deliver.