Bunga Bunga - Battersea
Bunga Bunga is an over 21s establishment. Therefore anyone under the age of 21 years old cannot be admitted. Our entry policy is 'Challenge 21' on Friday and Saturday Evenings, which means if you are lucky enough to look under 21, you must produce a passport or driving licence.
Great evening at BungaBunga celebrating a birthday. Staff are attentive and food arrives quickly. Entertainment is great too!
My celiac friend was cross contaminated and despite all of the advertisement, it was not in fact "bottomless bellinis", but rather no bellinis whatsoever.
We went to Bunga Bunga for my birthday having heard great things about the brunch. It was probably the worst bottomless brunch I have been too (and I love a bottomless brunch). The food is pretty stingey and the prosecco is even stingier. The waiting staff basically ignored us most of the time and we had empty glasses for ages, had to keep asking for more prosecco. We weren't down the drinks or being silly either. Really disappointing.
Very bad experience. The music was way too loud even for a friends get-together in party mode. The performers sung poorly which made it even worse. We could barely hear each other not to say the waitress. People were drunk and dancing right next to our table (leaving the drinks, shaking the table). Food (pizza) and drinks were fine, though they overcharged us in the bill. Even after we provided feedback they couldn't correct the item price, which makes me believe they do this often as people get hammered here. Overall, won't come back, and won't recommend anyone this place. Go to Bunga Bunga Covent Garden instead.
Service incredibly slow - the staff were lovely and friendly but we had to ask every single time we wanted our bottomless drinks refilled. Starters for one person came almost 15 minutes before another.
Pizzas were absolutely delicious though!
very disappointing booked a table for 7 people waited 1 hour 45 minutes for some pizza some starters came out after an hour but they were cold , when we kept asking maybe 4 or 5 times they just kept repeating it will be there in the next 10 minutes ... by the time it arrived we were pretty fed up the entertainment was good but overall very disappointing very expensive my friend brought a cocktail £105 for the sharing bowl which was full to the brim with ice.
Overall very poor experience my friend is a restaurant critique and will be writing a review in due course.
The portions are tiny for the £1 pizza residents deal. I would rather have paid full price for a proper portion across the road in pizza express. We were given the bill straight after the main course. No offering of deserts on a menu. Nice decor and ambiance.
We had an SW11 card so we were entitled to £1 pizza on Monday. The portions were tiny (which would be understandable if we were paying anything in the vicinity of £1 each) and service/table charge and drinks were so expensive that we ended up paying £28 each to cover the bill and there was 8 of us! What was supposed to be a cheap night out cost a lot and we went away still hungry. It's a shame because staff/ decor was lovely it's just really bad value for money. We also got a wrong pizza but we just ate it so not a complaint because pizza is pizza.
The only issue is they did not have our Open Table Reservation !
Fun atmosphere. A bit noisy - so don't go if you want a quiet place. But great for birthdays and celebrations. They don't leave prosecco bottles on the table if you do bottomless deal - be sure to show your glass is empty as they're busy non-stop. Pizza was nice but a bit cold - again, busy place. Overall a great spot for a fun brunch. Looking forward to trying the Covent Garden spot.
Great entertainment and food. The magician was awesome! Great start to the night! Which rolled onto the karaoke- too funny!! Drinks were way over priced as our cocktails contained very little or no alcohol. Ordered shots and they were fruit juice. Very disappointing for the money spent there.