Bunga Bunga Battersea, London

Bunga Bunga Battersea, London

”An Englishman’s Italian, Bar, Pizzeria and Karaoke”

Deriving its name from Italy’s most titillating joke, Bunga Bunga is Battersea’s most tongue-in-cheek pizzeria, bar and late night karaoke venue that serves authentic cuisine in a vibrant space dedicated to Italy’s finest icons.

The interior features additional quirky Italian paraphernalia hanging from the ceilings, courtesy of a trip recently made to the Roman Market and authentic Italian posters and postcards adorning the walls.

For those that want to feast on a slice of Italy, Bunga Bunga will be serving up £1 pizzas on Monday evenings to all SW11 local neighbours and students. On Tuesdays, guests will enjoy pizza and prosecco for £10 and Wednesdays offer 2-for- 1 on house cocktails all evening long.

Guests can enjoy simple but delicious Italian cuisine including antipasti, salads and other Italian delights. Those with a big appetite and sense of humour are also able to order a range of pizzas such as the Julius Cheeser, The Big 3 from Napoli and Frank’s Capra. Bunga Bunga is also now on Deliveroo and will deliver their famous pizzas straight to your door.

From 10:30pm onwards, guests will be able to enjoy three floors of fun with access to the Bunga Bunga nightclub upstairs. Karaoke isn’t just for the party brunch! There will be even more opportunities during the week for guests to sing their hearts out on the Bunga Bunga stage.

Just as the Italians did in the Fifteenth century, Battersea is currently undergoing a renaissance of its own with the development of the Battersea Power Station and the Royal College of Art following in the celebrated designer Vivienne Westwood’s footsteps and relocating to the area. Bunga Bunga’s arrival began to cement the neighbourhood’s reputation as one of the capital’s epicentres of cool.

37 Battersea Bridge Road,
London,
SW11 3BA
Tel: 020 7095 0360

Website: www.bungabunga-london.com


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