the battersea venue, which enjoys royal approval counting prince harry among its patrons, opened last september and is still as popular as ever.
after months of wanting to pay a visit a friend decided to hold her birthday celebrations there and i’m rather glad she did – it proved to be a complete hoot of a night out.
at this point, while i admired the scrummy food and the quirky decor, i was at a loss as to what was so special about the place.
sure the bubbly waiters were dressed in tennis gear, which made for an unusual sight, and i have to admit the slab of pizza served to our table was rather impressive but i was still left a little stumped.
it was at this point we were presented with the post-dinner karaoke menu and from that point on the fun pleasant evening out snowballed into a crazy hectic evening of hilarity.
i’m more of a shuffler, right foot to left foot, but there were plenty of amazing dancers in bunga-bunga more than happy to show off their skills and shake they stuff, it really was impressive.
we visited on a wednesday night and it was really good fun but i hear that weekends are packed and not in a good way. more of a can’t get to the bar for hours kind of evening. and to be honest if there wasn’t room to dance it would be a real shame.
i’m practising my moves for a return visit, you never know when you might need to impress a royal with your fancy footwork!