Monday, 5 December 2011

Bunga Bunga is now open for Lunch in ther run up to Christmas

Bunga Bunga
37 Battersea Bridge Road,
SW11 3BA
Tel: 020 7095 0360
Lunch served: Monday-Friday 12pm-4pm
Opening Hours: Sun-Thurs 5pm- 1.30am, Fri 5pm-2.30am Sat 7pm-2.30am

Bunga Bunga ‘Englishman's Italian, Bar, Pizzeria and Karaoke' will open its doors for lunch for the first time in honour of the festive period starting from Thursday 1st December until Friday 23rd December every Monday to Friday. Bored of your traditional Minced Pies and Mulled Wine? Bunga Bunga is serving the perfect Italian alternatives for the whole of December including Panettone stuffed with Zabaglione, a warm Aperitivo 'Inverno a Napoli' and a hollowed out plastic Christmas Tree decorated with baubles in the face of iconic Italians filled with delicious cocktails perfect to share.

Delicious treats are on offer from the three specially devised menus, which include canapés, a buffet, or a set Christmas menu to cater for parties both large and small. Delicious dishes include Caramelised Red Onion, Dolcelatte and Endive Spinach and Ricotta Filo Parcels, Home Baked Focaccia, Parmigiana di Melanzane and of course Turkey and Cranberry Pizza.

To spread some Christmas cheer, Bunga Bunga has also created a special drinks package with tipples such as Spiced pear bellini, prosecco and shots of Limoncello that will ensure guests indulge in some holiday songs on the Karaoke. The elegant upstairs private dining room the L'Osservatorio is also available for hire and can cater up to 30 diners or with a 60-person capacity, the stylish room is perfect for a canapé reception.

Bunga Bunga was launched in Battersea in September by dynamic duo Duncan Stirling and Charlie Gilkes.  Deriving its name from Italy’s most titillating joke, this tongue-in-cheek bar and pizzeria serves authentic cocktails and cuisine in a vibrant space dedicated to Italy’s finest icons, and also houses an entire floor dedicated to the world’s most kitsch competition: The Eurovision Song Contest.

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