Bunga Bunga is back, bigger and bolder with a new address in the heart of London’s theatreland. This venue is the latest project from Charlie Gilkes and Duncan Stirling’s Inception Group, and will immerse guests in two completely different worlds. BungaTINI on the ground floor is an authentic all-day family friendly Italian pizzeria and bar. However, look again and located in the far corner of BungaTINI is a secret door to a meat locker. Those brave enough to venture beyond the meat locker will find themselves in Bunga Bunga Covent Garden, where an underworld brimming with old school Italian glamour awaits.
Bunga Bunga Covent Garden’s talented bar team have created an irresistible evening cocktail list, with all-Italian classics served with a modern twist and some truly jawdropping signature sharing drinks, ranging from a model of The Colosseum to a four foot high statue of ‘The David’ with a rather risqué part of his anatomy making the perfect serving tap.
Drinks will be perfectly complemented by a six-course feast fit for any friend, roman and countryman. Highlights will include fennel sausage arancini, burrata and pappa pomodoro, mushroom and truffle risotto and a selection of signature Bunga Bunga metro pizzas – all rounded off by a chocolate fountain.
Dates: Offer is valid from 20 January – 20 March
Location: Bunga Bunga Covent Garden, 167B Drury Lane, London WC2B 5PG
Includes: Complimentary bottle of Martini Prosecco given to guests with a voucher when booking a dinner reservation for a table of four or more. This is for the £38pp set menu at Bunga Bunga Covent Garden. Valid between 20 Jan – 20 March.
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