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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37 Battersea Bridge RoadBatterseaLondonSW11 3BA
- +44 20 7095 0360
Full disclosure: it's been a month since I came here for my birthday celebrations. But still worth reviewing! I brought a group of friends for the famous Bottomless Brunch on the Saturday; 11.30am sitting. 2 hours of Bottomless prosecco with mixers to make Bellinis, etc - I've seen complaints that it is hard to get refills and doesn't feel truly Bottomless, but in our experience there was no...more
The true tradition is to bang on a can of tinned tomatoes like they did in the restaurant but im not really a fan of tomatoes so .... yeah.
Atmosphere, I mean this place really has tones of the stuff. How could it not? when i saw a wild boar and scooter hanging from the ceiling i just knew i was in for a good evening.
The music was loud, we were encouraged to sing along, and...more
BUNGA BUNGAAAAA BUNGA BUNGAAAAAA BUNGAAAAA AYEEEEEE!!
I came here the other day with baby sis to celebrate national pizza and pancake day and boi oh boi did we get it right!!
It's in a pretty good location! Two breaths away from Chelsea and by the river just in case you fancy a spot of fishing...ok so you can't fish but let's go with it ok.
The atmosphere is the kicker here! Super friendly...more
Fun, lively and unique!
I went here for a friends birthday meal at 12pm, this meant we got unlimited Prosecco at the table for the next 2 hours, we had a meat course, a pizza course, and a very small dessert course...
The meat was taken away before we'd finished it, (as we were waiting for more people we didn't want to eat it all), the same happened with the pizza course, the pizzas were...more
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