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  • Address:

    Bounce 121 Holborn
    London
    EC1N 2TD

  • Venue phone:

    020 3657 6525

  • Venue website:

    www.bouncepingpong.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open 4pm-midnight Mon-Wed; 4pm-1am Thur; noon-1am Fri, Sat; noon-11pm Sun. Meals served 6-10.30pm Mon-Thur; noon-10.30pm Fri-Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Chancery Lane tube, Farringdon tube/rail or City Thameslink rail

  • Price:

    Main courses £12-£14. Set menu £17 2 courses, £20 3 courses

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Alex F

Great concept, great bar. Fantastic atmosphere, everyone is happy (which makes a nice change). Ping pong balls flying all over the place, but lots of space and you can still talk to your friends... A little bit pricey - I think it was 15 quid for 30 minutes of 'ping pong' but worth it. Miles ahead of its rival 'Ping' in Earls Court........

Sarah

A great relaxed atmosphere with a good choice of music. I went there with friends on a Saturday night, possibly one of the busiest nights there. Despite it being busy, the staff were still friendly and helpful and even managed to get us another ping pong table after our reserved one!

Gregg Kantor

Tried to book a private room here for a birthday celebration. I was told to pay £100 booking fee (non-refundable and not deductable off the bill) and the £1000 minimum spend at least 7 days BEFORE the booking. I offered to have leave my card behind with a pre-approved limit of up to £1000 behind the bar to make up any shortfall to the £1000 minimum spend but was told the 'policy' was to take £1000 cash up-front. I have eaten and dined all over London, at chefs tables, in larger groups and at places where they stood to lose a lot more than £1000 from a broken reservation. I politely refused and booked instead at Ping which was a great experience.

Bryan

Awful and rude customer service, especially from the manager. Very aggressive tone.

JCFColombia

So if you turn up with more than 4 people they wont allow you to order side orders, so I had to have my fish by itself. Poor service and a kitchen that cannot cope with Food orders. A gimmick of a restaurant that will soon die down and become a statistic