Kensington’s American dude food emporium, Dirty Bones, expands to a second (more central) location in growing Soho restaurant hub Kingly Court. The new restaurant will open on 28 September and joins the likes of PizzaPilgrims, Señor Ceviche, Jinjuu and, soon, another branch of Dishoom, in this vibrant courtyard just off Carnaby Street.
Dirty Bones Soho, seating 65, will serve a menu of American comfort food classics with a twist such as: The Mac Daddy Burger (6oz house burger topped with pulled beef short rib, mac ‘n’ cheese, Dirty Bones barbecue sauce and Dirty Bones pickles); BBQ Fried Chicken (free range crispy fried chicken thighs and drumsticks in Dirty Bones bourbon and marshmallow barbecue sauce); and the Dirty Dog (Dirty Bones barbecue pulled pork, crispy bacon, jalapeno cheese sauce, crispy shallots).
There will also be a new weekend brunch menu featuring: the Benedict Burger (6oz house burger, topped with poached egg and black treacle bacon, smothered in Dirty Bones hollandaise sauce); Steak & Eggs (30 day aged chargrilled flat iron steak and two free range fried eggs); and Cheesy scrambled egg (smoked guacamole, slow roast tomato waffle, wild garlic crème fraiche).
As in the Kensington original, Dirty Bones Soho will serve cocktails and craft beer in retro surroundings accompanied by ‘bangin’ beats’.