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We had our work summer social do here last night, the ping pong was great, it is definitely worth paying extra for the Games Guru, they have some fun interactive games for all. Joe and Ollie were great.
Food was good the drinks were flowing....More
Jonique2017, Guest Relations Manager at Bounce Farringdon, responded to this reviewResponded 5 September 2018
Thanks so much for your review, really appreciate the feedback and so glad to hear our Games Gurus were definitely worth it!
We came here for lunch as part of a stag do. The food was good (apart from the artichoke as part of the sharing platter) and our games host Dave was excellent. I did find the games (the ones you get from the projector on...More
I organised a group outing to Bounce Farringdon with my fiance, siblings and cousins on Friday 22nd October, with most of us having not visited a Bounce before, and we had a great evening. The atmosphere's electric, the drinks prices (if drinking beer - my...More
Great Music..Great Atmosphere...Great Food... joined some friends for a xmas get together at Bounce... the music was old school hip hop and reminded us of our days at Leicester Uni.. the food was good... definitely a cool and hip place to be
A group of about 10 of us, having just finished a long, boozy, Saturday lunch, were looking for something to keep us busy for the afternoon. This fit the bill perfectly. Good drinks list, good vibe, and good ping pong set up. We got one...More
Visited here on a Sunday afternoon with family (18,17 and 8 yrs) whilst on a weekend in London. We had a great time staff were friendly and it was something a bit different and a nice stop off from all the usual London sight seeing!...More
We paid £20 for 1 hour for 8 of us to have great fun. Drinks are served to your table - even better! The noise levels are quite high because the 15/20 tables generate laughter galore. This is a cheap night out and was a...More
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