Bunga Bunga raise the Battersea bar (sorry). Embrace the obvious cheesy elements – serenading accordion player, a hip-gyrating Elvis (YES), naked body aprons, girls as guys and guys as girls, plus the bartenders are dressed as gondoliers complete with straw hats.
Do eat mini pizzas at the bar, all crispy and delicious. Do tuck into the jumbo sharing cocktails served in big ceramic fiats and leaning tower of pisas and don’t forget to suck on a Bellini popsicle! Refresh your Italian skills as you pee, lessons are piped through the speakers in the toilets. Not wanting to load up on carbs (what are you doing here?!) don’t go hungry, they’ve got lamb skewers, salmon fishcakes and tuna steak plus some salads… phew.
Oh and wanna have your own private party? The House of Peroni have taken over L'Osservatorio (Italian for Observatory) for the ultimate place for a dinner party (30 ppl max) or cocktail party (50 ppl max). They've decked it out with a retro wooden curved bar inspired by 1960's Rome and artist Andrea Riot has gone wild on the walls with some blue calligraphy inspired by the evolving style of contemporary Italy . It even comes complete with karaoke machine. We say no more! Email (LINK reservations@bungabunga-¬‐london.com ) for reservations.