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701 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203

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(303) 860-2929

Cuisine: French Restaurants

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4.6 of 5.0 from 42 reviews

price range:$11 to $25

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  • Punk S.This place is over priced, the ramen is generic. Don't go here in the summer, the place is 10 degrees hotter inside than it is outside. And I'm a dawg.

    33333 by Punk S.

  • Erich R.Crispy chicken ramen - great flavor, just enough heat.

    55555 by Erich R.

  • EmilySo delicious! The bone marrow was excellent and my ramen rich and hearty. If you can, sit outside. It gets super hot in there!

    55555 by Emily

  • Lisa SGreat food

    55555 by Lisa S

  • Kaila S.The crawfish ramen here is really incredible, so are the pork bao buns!

    55555 by Kaila S.

  • Nick D.Great noodles.

    55555 by Nick D.

  • Nikki F.Don't sit near the door when is cold out!!

    22222 by Nikki F.

  • Usaj R.You must try the Bone Marrow. It's been on the menu forever. Also, the Ramen is getting all kinds of awards lately. Yum!!

    55555 by Usaj R.

  • BrynnaEscargot dumplings are awesome. And the mousse cake is ridiculous.

    55555 by Brynna

  • Sarah S.The Escargot Potstickers and the Tsukenen Ramen are amazing!

    55555 by Sarah S.

  • Westword StreetBones, named Best New Restaurant in the Best of Denver 2009, is a restaurant made by a cook, for cooks.

    55555 by Westword Street

  • Micha JThe pork buns rock..

    55555 by Micha J

  • Jennifer HendrickTwo words. Lobster ramen. Adding a poached egg doesn't hurt either!

    55555 by Jennifer Hendrick

  • Drew F.Order the steamed buns. It's a rite of passage.

    55555 by Drew F.

  • Jaclyn A.The pork buns make me so happy.

    55555 by Jaclyn A.

  • Lauren H.Sample the menu by ordering and sharing a variety of dishes, and don't you dare sell yourself short by skipping the pork buns! All of the noodle dishes are absolutely delicious.

    55555 by Lauren H.

  • Alex K.Lobster Ramen. You will want to bathe in the broth.

    55555 by Alex K.

  • AlexaThe poached lobster ramen is tangy but add some chili sauce and it is so good with a poached egg.

    55555 by Alexa

  • GerhardGreat food. No bone marrow at lunch though.

    55555 by Gerhard

  • Josh R.Get the Udon noodles. Just do it

    33333 by Josh R.

  • Steve H.Lobster Ramen is great, in the winter ask for a table away from the door.

    55555 by Steve H.

  • Ben K.They can accommodate a vegan diet, just make sure you ask and are ready for an inordinate amount of dirty looks.

    33333 by Ben K.

  • Wally G.Maybe I'm just spoiled by Ippudo and Momofuku but the buns tasted like freezer aisle fodder.

    22222 by Wally G.

  • Zac M.Reservation recommended - Calamari appetizer & Udon with a soy reduction = heavenly. Great service, love watching the chefs at work.

    55555 by Zac M.

  • Laurie N.Average food - If you like authentic pork buns, skip these. They were undercooked, made with what tasted like frozen bread dough and sauce from a jar.

    22222 by Laurie N.

  • Matthew S.Bone marrow. There, I've said it. Smallish eatery that prepares wonderful non pretentious food. Asian noodle bowl Mecca. Reservations a must. Valet or street. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Matthew S.

  • Hilary H.Unfortunately, the best part about our meal was the soft serve ice cream included on the prefix menu. :(

    55555 by Hilary H.

  • EaterSit at the chef counter, sip on some sake and watch your food from start to finish. Sharing is encouraged here. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • Erin L.Other than the sparkling sake, meh meh, fancy pho.

    55555 by Erin L.

  • Kerry K.Peppers are great!

    55555 by Kerry K.

  • Shea J.The crab fritters are amazing!

    55555 by Shea J.

  • BestOfWinner of Best Non-Traditional Noodle Bowl 2011. See more of the best at http://bestof.voiceplaces.com/denver

    55555 by BestOf

  • CJ P.Udon was the yummiest

    55555 by CJ P.

  • Westword StreetVoted Best Non-Traditional Noodle Bowl in Westword's Best of Denver 2011!

    55555 by Westword Street

  • Examiner.comGet the perfect poached lobster at Bones. The dish is famously known as "Lobster Ramen," and you wont soon forget the delicious tastes in your mouth.

    55555 by Examiner.com

  • Shannon V.Love the steamed buns (both) and all of the noodles are great!

    55555 by Shannon V.

  • Jessica M.Try the bone marrow! Exquisite

    55555 by Jessica M.

  • Westword StreetWinner of Westword's Best of Denver 2010 - Best Noodle Bar!

    55555 by Westword Street

  • B e nThe lobster broth is sour. Get the pork shoulder broth with ramen and a poached egg. The pork buns are a banger. The prosciutto appetizer is good but nothing special. The ice cream is sturdy. Great st

    55555 by B e n

  • christin m.Rhubarb soft serve ice cream. Yes please.

    55555 by christin m.

  • David C.Go to Bones. Order the Pulled Pork Udon and Escargot Potstickers. Thank me later.

    55555 by David C.

  • Melissa L.Best noodles!!! Such a great environment, so fun!

    55555 by Melissa L.

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