We stopped in for lunch. It was really disappointing. Not recommended! Flavor should be there. Not salt. Not oil. Flavor from fresh vegetables with diversity too. Our lunch - two different items - were blah.
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First of all, a big THANK YOU to the gentleman who seated us at a four top when there were tables for 2 available....great food---steamed buns and chicken ramen bowls. Great and attentive service is always a plus! Lots of salt in the ramen broth...More
Bones' reputation and numerous great reviews prompted me to visit for lunch recently. It's a tiny noodle house with good food and excellent service, gentrified to justify the high prices. The duck confit steamed buns are excellent, and worth the 15 minute wait.These are served...More
I expected something a bit casual and it met that expectation. Went with a friend who raved about the place. We had steamed buns (good with a minimal amount of filling) and lobster ramen—a feature of the place. I was less than wowed. It was...More
Listed on Westword as "asian-italian fusion". Feels more like asian-american fusion. Food was excellent and cooked perfectly. Loved the addition of the poached egg. Overall a little expensive, about $100 for three people, including appetizers, drinks, meals and desert to share, and a tip. Noisy...More
The menu concept is great with its noodle-featured dishes and not the ordinary Asian Americanized food, but the food was a bit too oily and not well proportioned between steamed bun and filling or peppers and topping.
I have to give this place a very good, because my wife and kids LOVE it. It is NOT my style of food...but it is theirs. It is also a very small space that has been done up well...but it doesn't seat very many people....More