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701 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203
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Cuisine: French Restaurants
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4.7 of 5.0 from 29 reviews
price range:$11 to $25
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Order the steamed buns. It's a rite of passage.
by Drew F.
The pork buns make me so happy.
by Jaclyn A.
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.
by Lauren H.
Lobster Ramen. You will want to bathe in the broth.
by Alex K.
The poached lobster ramen is tangy but add some chili sauce and it is so good with a poached egg.
Great food. No bone marrow at lunch though.
Get the Udon noodles. Just do it
by Josh R.
Lobster Ramen is great, in the winter ask for a table away from the door.
by Steve H.
They can accommodate a vegan diet, just make sure you ask and are ready for an inordinate amount of dirty looks.
by Ben K.
Maybe I'm just spoiled by Ippudo and Momofuku but the buns tasted like freezer aisle fodder.
by Wally G.
Reservation recommended - Calamari appetizer & Udon with a soy reduction = heavenly. Great service, love watching the chefs at work.
by Zac M.
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.
by Laurie N.
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)
by Matthew S.
Unfortunately, the best part about our meal was the soft serve ice cream included on the prefix menu. :(
by Hilary H.
Sit at the chef counter, sip on some sake and watch your food from start to finish. Sharing is encouraged here. [Eater 38 Member]
Other than the sparkling sake, meh meh, fancy pho.
by Erin L.
Peppers are great!
by Kerry K.
The crab fritters are amazing!
by Shea J.
Winner of Best Non-Traditional Noodle Bowl 2011. See more of the best at http://bestof.voiceplaces.com/denver
Udon was the yummiest
by CJ P.
Voted Best Non-Traditional Noodle Bowl in Westword's Best of Denver 2011!
by Westword Street
Get 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.
Love the steamed buns (both) and all of the noodles are great!
by Shannon V.
Try the bone marrow! Exquisite
by Jessica M.
Winner of Westword's Best of Denver 2010 - Best Noodle Bar!
by Westword Street
The 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
by B e n
Rhubarb soft serve ice cream. Yes please.
by christin m.
Go to Bones. Order the Pulled Pork Udon and Escargot Potstickers. Thank me later.
by David C.
Best noodles!!! Such a great environment, so fun!
by Melissa L.
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