Japanese restaurant group Bone Daddies is set to launch a new pop-up delivery brand next month.

Launching on 1 March, ‘Wing Daddies’ will initially operate in Kentish Town, before entering various dark kitchens across London in coming months, and the group is looking towards opening a bricks and mortar or food truck site for its new concept this year.

The offer will centre on chicken wings, alongside a selection of loaded tater tots, fried chicken, coleslaw and bao buns.

The news comes as Bone Daddies Group launches its seventh restaurant under the eponymous brand, which opened in a former Byron site in Putney yesterday (22 February).

Initially operating for delivery-only, the site is offering 25% off Deliveroo orders until 7th March.

“We were fortunate in 2020 to open Richmond and four delivery-only sites, and 2021 is starting off strong with two more delivery-only sites already opened in Chiswick and Seven Sisters,” said operations director Steve Hill. “Now we’re very excited to be opening Putney.

“Not only are we excited to continue bringing kick ass ramen to more of our fans but more importantly we’ve been able to bring more of our guys back.

“The industry has been through hell over this last year and we are so grateful to our fans enabling us to stay strong as a business bringing much needed energy to all our teams and collaborators.”

In addition to its new Putney site, Bone Daddies currently operates restaurants in Bond Street, Bermondsey, Soho, Old Street, Richmond and Victoria, as well as six dark kitchens across the capital.