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Bunga Bunga Covent Garden Christmas Party Venue

London,WC2B 5PG
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Bar Bunga Covent Garden Central London Christmas Party Venue

Bunga Bunga Covent Garden offers a variety of exciting Christmas events, including the Secret Christmas Supper Club Show, available for lunch or dinner every Monday to Saturday night throughout December. Make your way onto Bunga Bunga’s naughty list and enjoy singing, dancing, and mind-boggling performances within La Famiglia’s covert Christmas operation. Indulge in a three-course Italian feast, featuring antipasti, Nonna’s favorite dessert, and the famous metre-long pizza topped with festive ingredients. Savor the exclusive festive cocktail menu from Bacardi.

For private karaoke, Nonna’s top-floor Bunga Attico offers a festive space with pizzas, cocktails, fancy dress trunk, and a ‘Push for Prosecco’ button on Wednesdays to Saturdays. Enjoy a 90-minute session for up to 15 guests at £90.

The Christmas Karaoke Bar, Bar Bunga, is perfect for Christmas singalongs and celebrations. The space combines the charm of an Italian trattoria with the exuberance of Bunga Bunga. Catering to standing parties or sit-down events, Bar Bunga offers a range of delicious food options. Bar Bunga, Covent Garden’s ultimate Christmas party venue, offering private dining, drinks, and karaoke for up to 70 guests. This vibrant space, perfect for standing parties or sit-down events, brings together the charm of an Italian trattoria with the exuberance of Bunga Bunga. Enjoy a spectacular setting adorned with old-school Italian posters, picture frames, mirrors, life-size Roman statues, and a beautifully arranged flower display.

Host your own Christmas Bunga party with a variety of unique spaces and festive menus for Christmas dinners or office parties. Bunga Bunga Covent Garden is available for full venue hire, accommodating up to 400 guests. The two-floor venue includes the luxurious Bunga Bunga floor and Bar Bunga upstairs.




Google Reviews

1,213 reviews
  • Murtaza Hazareh
    Murtaza Hazareh
    7 months ago

    A great fun restaurant located in Covent Garden that provides fantastic entertainment while you eat your food. Food is in the form of a pizza mostly. The pizza is a thin style long pizza. 0.5 metres is £18 and 1m is £36. An additional price of £10 per person per booking is also applied. The pizza is okay. It’s not out of this world or the best but it’s tasty. The atmosphere though is electric and you forget about the food. They have an array of dancers, singers and entertainers to keep you occupied through the evening and at the end of the night it turns into a dance floor. Would highly recommend

  • S W
    S W
    a week ago

    Rossella was fantastic, very accommodating and extremely welcoming. I could see she had a hundred of tables to attend to all at once, however she never failed to give us a smile and to ask how we were doing. So very happy with the service tonight, one of the best nights I’ve had for a while. Thank you.

  • Queen Ameera
    Queen Ameera
    4 months ago

    First of all, £45pp? For what? The starter options are terrible, the non-alcoholic drink option was horrid, the pizza isn’t even per person, it’s between 2 people so why are we being charged per person? Then the menu says 1 metre long pizza… the pizza was scraping on half a meter and again that’s between 2 people! Next, the whole point is to make pizza. Instead we made dough. The dough was made on a table we had eaten on. No one cleans it. There’s no hygiene or anything. There’s no board to make the dough on. There’s no information given on what the dough should look and feel like. What to do with the dough after. No information on what measurements were used for the dough. You learn NOTHING. Then lastly, the point of this is to experience and learn to make pizza and to toss dough… again, if we are being charged £45 PER PERSON, WHY is only one person between 2 people getting the experience and opportunity to toss/spread the dough at the end?! This should be £45 for 2 people! My only petty grievance following the more serious ones listed above is, the music was overbearingly loud, it needed to be turned down just a little notch. Overall, the only good thing I can say is the service/staff was good and the singers/entertainment were very good. Waste of money, false advertising and lack of informative advert overall. Do not get what you pay for at all. Extremely disappointing. If you go, just expect a very small dinner and some entertainment with a little game.

  • Elena M
    Elena M
    a week ago

    I had a great night with friends. The food was top, thanks to the chefs and the show was amazing. If you look for a fun night with live music and entertainment in London, Bunga, Bunga is the right place.

  • Rishi
    6 months ago

    Went for the pizza making which is actually just dough making. Most people in big groups, so you don't have much choice with drinks, and the servers don't really know much when asking things so always referring to the manager. Trying to get servers attention is another mission and a half. You start off being served with pizza and starters, which were decent but nothing special. Singers are providing entertainment at the same time which was pretty good and fun to listen to. Afterwards, on the same table you make pizza dough from scratch. Was okay but super messy, and then thats it. Dont make your own pizza or anything, just dough and take it home. The pizza dough professionals were really nice and helpful towards the end.