fbpx Bone Kettle- Southeast Asian Kitchen & Bar in Old Town Pasadena
67 North Raymond Ave
Pasadena, CA 91103

pasadena, ca

Our SouthEast Asian Restaurant Story

Bone Kettle brings the bold flavors of Southeast Asia to Old Town Pasadena. Come and enjoy our delicious family recipes of slow-cooked bone broth, small plates, desserts and drinks in our modern Java wooden villa inspired dining room, outdoor patio & terrace.
Our menu was inspired by the flavors of Southeast Asia executed with techniques and thoughtfully sourced ingredients. We open for dinners daily and weekend brunch. Reservations are required.

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Outdoor Dining is Back

Dine with us outdoors in our heated garden patio. Enjoy our socially distanced intimate and cozy layout right on Old Pasadena’s Restaurant Row.

RSVP today as capacity is extremely limited. To ensure your safety, masks will be required upon dining unless eating/drinking. Hand sanitizer station & restrooms are available inside. We highly recommend smaller parties as we can only take parties up to 6. Lastly, we recommend dressing warm/in layers during cooler days as we are outdoors. See you soon.

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The Bone Kettle Broth

It’s all in the broth…

Bone Kettle’s bone broth is made using time-honored cooking techniques and fresh, ingredients reflective of Southeast Asian traditions, made by boiling beef in filtered water with onions, garlic, ginger and a specific to Bone Kettle mix of dried spices, for 36 hours.

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The Noodle

Long noodle = long life

Sourced locally in Los Angeles, Sun Noodle is a leading provider of artisan hand-torn ramen noodles. Prepared perfectly al dente, great gentle texture and incredibly compatible with our bone broth soup.

The Protein

Choose from our delectable selection of proteins…

Braised Oxtails

Fatty Briskets

Beef Ribs

Ginger Seared Chicken

Crispy Tempeh w/ Mushroom Dashi broth

We are pleased to announce our new brand partnership with Lexus and K-Pop Superstar Eric Nam.
East meets West

Cooking Traditions

When Chef Erwin and his family immigrated from Indonesia over 20 years ago, his parents brought only what they could; 2 small luggage full of clothes, an English dictionary & a few Indonesian cookbooks to remind them of home. Little did he know that those cookbooks would be some of his most treasured possessions.

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