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“Packed to the gills with a loud and well-lubricated crowd”, this “buzzing and cool” Soho basement (sibling to Bone Daddies) provides “fab” steamed buns that are “so good and fresh”, plus “excellent hot stone rice dishes”.
“Nice buns…”; this “funky” Soho basement (sibling to Bone Daddies) serves “mouthwatering, meat-filled steam buns” and other “unusual Japanese-influenced dishes” to a “hip” crowd, some of it on communal tables; it’s “too loud” though.
“Plates of steamed buns with delicious fillings, and lots of little nibbles such as sushi” offer some “good Asian flavours” at this “industrial-style” Covent Garden basement yearling – a sibling to Bone Daddies; at the peak, though, the atmosphere can be “mad”.
A new izakaya (informal Japanese) restaurant, in a Covent Garden basement, from the team behind Soho’s trendy Bone Daddies; early press reviews have been very positive.
41 Earlham Street, London, WC2H 9LX
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Mon & Tue noon - 3 pm, 5 pm - 10 pm; Wed - Fri noon - 3 pm, 5 pm - 11 pm; Sat noon - 11 pm; Sun noon - 9.30 pm
Last orders: 10 pm, Wed-Sat 11 pm, Sun 9.30 pm