Karaoke is a good thing. Italian food is another. Karaoke and Italian food are two good things together which cannot be missed. Bunga Bunga's karaoke nights are not for anyone who might be shy as the stage faces all the diners who are here to enjoy the authentic pizzeria! Go on a Wednesday to enjoy the late night cocktail and karaoke club
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Venue Details & Map
37 Battersea Bridge RoadBatterseaLondonSW11 3BA
- +44 (0)20 7581 3355
- Public transport:
- Clapham Junction, National Railway
Maybe it's just me but when I get charged £23 for a glass of wine part of me dies inside. Bunga Bunga was an interesting experience undertaken for a friends birthday a few weeks back! We ate from a set meal (£30 a head) which was fairly tasty and there was a lot of it, however, the drinks were just astronomically expensive. I've lived in London for 6 years and never encountered such expensive...more
I haven't been here to eat so can't comment on that aspect. However I've been twice to party and it's been some of the best nights out.
It starts with the bouncer being super friendly which is unheard of. Downstairs restaurant is free to go in and turns into a bar/club after around 10pm. The bartenders are super funny and friendly, all dressed up Italian style!
The decoration is absolutely...more
DISCLAIMER: I have only been here for dinner on a tuesday night
DISCLAIMER 2: I am Italian
Came here for a birthday dinner during the week a couple of months ago with a group of friends 90% italians. That was my first trip to Battersea. The birthday boy had arranged a pre-set menu that included a lot of really nice stuff.
we had milanese, various salads, a lot of salami, prosciutto etc...more
This pizzeria has an off-handed aura about it I find amusing. The food- pizza and Italian fare- are tasty enough. The service has always been friendly and prompt. They serve decent drinks. I think the thing you have to come to expect, that a lot of people have a hard time getting over, is the unique atmosphere. It is very odd and off the wall. If you come expecting a serene, serious Italian...more
(1) They have a Eurovision Room (we were in fact there on Eurovison night)
(2) One of the pizzas, which I believe to be "Italy's Fun Guy" - truffle oil, pecorino, wild mushrooms - is sensationally delicious and despite all the below I would return just to eat this again
(3) The giant disco ball cocktail which managed not to be sickly sweet but was actually both fruity and...more