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The phrase ‘Dirty Bones’ immediately conjures up images of filthy food and that’s exactly what you can expect when visiting the vibrant restaurant in the heart of Shoreditch. With three locations in London, Dirty Bones has taken the decadent, ‘fast-food but in a restaurant’ style dining to a whole new level.
Think New York style comfort food at its finest, using only the very best suppliers and ingredients.
A perfect pre night out destination with friends as a DJ takes over come Saturday night. It’s loud, with a great buzz and is sure to create a fun party atmosphere for a Friday or Saturday night.
It’s pure indulgence and makes for the ultimate cheat day. If you’re cutting back or watching what you eat, this certainly isn’t for you gentlemen. To start, the deep fried mac balls are a firm favourite, followed by the cheeseburger dumplings – an odd combination you may think but it works surprisingly well. The stand out main has to the the beef short rib in a salted caramel & burnt onion BBQ sauce, topped with crispy shallots and spring onions. Throw in a side of mac & cheese and some cheesy truffle fries and you have a cheat meal like no other.
Alternatively, Dirty Bones are now offering something for the morning after – a weekend brunch served 11-5pm every Saturday and Sunday. Expect matcha custard french toast, truffled chilli cheese buns and a whole section of the menu dedicated to crumpets. Whether you’re nursing a severe hangover or are just in need of some weekend indulgence, this is the place.
Experimental cocktails are here by the plenty with an extensive list from bold old fashioned’s to butter-washed bourbon.
Not for a super tight budget but then it’s not going to break the bank, depending on how heavily you’re drinking. Main courses come in around £9-12, adding in sides at £5 each and cocktails average at about £10 each.
A big Saturday night out with friends.
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