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Get a free bottle of prosecco at Bunga Bunga Covent Garden.
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When it comes to entertainment packages, it's safe to say the new Bunga Bunga in Covent Garden has it all.

By day, upstairs BungaTINI is a friendly neighbourhood Italian pizza joint that's perfect for a pre-theatre bite. But by night the downstairs Bunga Bunga becomes an all-singing, all-dancing underground supper club, with an array of thrilling acts performing every evening.

Wednesdays play host to Bunga Broadway, an immersive dinner and dining experience that shines a light on some of the UK's brightest musical stars, past and present, while Thursdays see the secret bar transform into the Villa San Martino in Milan, where guests can watch one of Silvio Berlusconi's infamous Bunga Bunga parties unfold.

Want to join the fun? We've teamed up with Bunga Bunga to offer Foodism readers a complimentary bottle of prosecco when you book dinner for four or more on the Burlesquoni or Bunga Broadway nights. 

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If this kind of tongue-in-cheek performance sounds like the perfect side to your main, simply quote 'Foodism' when you book dinner for four or more during the Bunga Broadway or Burlesquoni nights on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and you'll receive a bottle of prosecco totally free.

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