There are plenty of firsts in a mummy’s life and being the foodie that I am, I feel compelled to document Little Man’s first use of chopsticks.
We were at Bone Daddies in Kensington Whole Foods when it all happened.
It was a quiet Sunday evening when we decided to give this place a try for the first time.
Normally we head to the main food court when we’re at Whole Foods so we can all have something different. But this time both the OH and I fancied noodles.
We didn’t think about whether there’d be something else for Little Man to have and eat with a spoon — like rice, for instance.
But being the trooper that he is and clearly into the idea of trying something new, Little Man got stuck in. It was a challenge he devoured and I think he enjoyed.
As for Bone Daddies, it was very pleasant. I was informed that the Tonkotsu Ramen was dairy-free even though it tasted creamy because it had been cooking for 20 hours. This still didn’t prepare me for the velvety texture of the ramen’s broth. So smooth.
With our noodles, I enjoyed some sake whilst the OH sipped his beer.
… pork and black truffle gyoza.
All in all, Bone Daddies is a great place for anyone looking for good noodles. Whether you’re with kids, on your own or with some pals, it’s a lovely spot to grab a bite to eat in Kensington.
Bone Daddies, 63-65 Kensington High St, London W8 5SE