85,000 tunes in six different languages is just one of the things that Firecracker has to offer you and your party. Create a playlist of your favourite songs as you settle into a private, soundproofed room and have delicious Chinese food served at your table. Karaoke will be changed forever.
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44A Horseferry RoadWestminsterLondonSW1P 2AF
Having visited this karaoke establishment 3 times as well as a great many other places that offer karaoke I can now conclude that Firecracker offers the best combination for consistent quality of food and karaoke system across the board.
The Chinese food is prepared with good ingredients, nice to look at and tasty whilst the karaoke screens are of good size and number in relation to the size...more
Vegetarian night and need our Chinese food fix. A good spread of 'V' here. Spring rolls are well done though dip is really pathetic. Basic veg stir fry, egg fried rice, hot sour soup come promptly and on mark to our less oil less salt request. Portions are small so add another veg tempura. Nice end to a satisfying dinner. Bill under £40 with 2 small glasses of whites, in a cosy basement of...more
Walked over the bridge from The Park Plaza. The sign is very hard to see and it should be changed.
Ordered Seafood Ho Fun along with Sweet Sour Chicken. Added some hot saki and we were set.
Both our meals were very well done. We were very pleased and surprised. The price was right as well.
Some people were enjoying the karaoke in a private room.
Kind of dated decor.
We dined here since it was walking distance from our hotel. The decor inside is very modern.
I ordered the Thai chicken green curry. When I tasted the dish, it was much different that what I have eaten before. The curry was very heavy and the chicken was dark meat.
I explained to the waiter that I didn't like the dish and ordered tom yum soup, har gau and shu mai instead.
Once we got our...more
I went there today for lunch on the recommendation of a colleague.
As others have said, you descend a rather inconspicuous set of stairs (it must be easy to miss in the dark) and find yourself in a deceptively large two-room space: one with tables and chairs and a banquette, is the main dining room, and off that are four karaoke rooms with banquettes and deeply-upholstered chairs..