Dirty Bones

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Cocktail bars

Kensington

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    Dirty Bones
  • Dirty Bones

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    Dirty Bones
  • Dirty Bones

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    Dirty Bones
  • Dirty Bones

    © Kris Piotrowski

    Dirty Bones
  • Dirty Bones

    © Kris Piotrowski

    Dirty Bones
  • Dirty Bones

    © Kris Piotrowski

    Dirty Bones
  • Dirty Bones

    © Kris Piotrowski

    Dirty Bones
  • Dirty Bones

    © Kris Piotrowski

    Dirty Bones
  • Dirty Bones

    © Kris Piotrowski

    Dirty Bones
  • Dirty Bones

    © Kris Piotrowski

    Dirty Bones

Dirty Bones

© Kris Piotrowski

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  • Address:

    Dirty Bones 20 Kensington Church Street
    London
    W8 4EP

  • Venue website:

    www.dirty-bones.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open 6pm-12.30pm

  • Transport:

    Kensington High Street tube

  • Price:

    Meal for two with drinks and service: around £60

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Michael

Have been twice now and on both occasions the drinks and the food have been excellent, Fried Chicken some of the best in London and although in dog terms I prefer simplicity the Brit Dog was very good, as was my friend's Mexican one. The cocktails were delicious with the Dirty Bones Martini my favourite, liked the one with Brooklyn beer in too. Will definitely be back

Richard

Amazing vibe and great food, junky food brought to another level! Really enjoyed our night out there and it's a place I could go to every week, London needed a new fun joint. The ribs and fried chicken were amazing and the hot dogs were the best I've had in a trendy London restaurant. Great job Dirty Bones.

Anna Drury

Absolutely amazing, astonishingly good food and delicious drinks. Decor was very cool and the night we went there was an epic live singer too. We will be back!

Anne

Service: friendly staff but wated 15 minutes for drinks to arrive and then a further 45 for the meal. No apology given but after my second complaint food was then brought out promptly. Food: really disappointing and I'm surprised timeout has rated it so highly. The hot dog was really small for the price and really dry and tasteless. The bun tasted like something from a tesco packet - for that price (£8!) you would hope for something a bit special or homemade at least. Chips were ok. Chicken was pretty basic (£7 for three small pieces) but you would find better value and probably similar tasting at KFC (and I don't exactly rate KFC highly!) really soggy fried coating and not much seasoning. Really over priced and over hyped - I'm sure you can find better value in other places nearby. For four of us with 4 hotdogs, 2 small chickens to share, 1 chips and four orange juices it cost £80. Go figure!