Ping

180 - 184 Earl's Court Road, London

Ping
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Address:180 - 184 Earl's Court Road
London
SW5 9QG
Map:Map & nearby
Venue Type:Bars
Region:
Nearest Station:Earl's Court
Telephone:
Opening Hours:

Monday - Wednesday: 18.00 - 23.00
Thursday - Saturday: 18.00 - 02.00
Email:Send an email

About: Kitchen, Bar and Ping Pong Rooms. Pizza, Parties & Ping Pong.

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Best venues for a birthday bash
Ping-pong is such an accessible sport that pubs can’t seem to erect tables fast enough. Ping is the perfect Earl’s Court party venue. Having seen the table tennis craze they dedicated the entire venue to the sport. Decorated with a loose New York style theme, there are cocktails and DJs to up the fun.

Great places for an unusual date
If there is one sport that anybody can start at a reasonable standard then it is… badminton. However, table tennis comes close and so it is no surprise that ping-pong is taking over the world. Ping in Earl’s Court is the perfect place for couples to get competitive over ping-pong, cocktails and party tunes. Just not too competitive.




The Latest User Reviews of Ping


User Rating: 3 / 10
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Elliot, Chelsea, London
Added: Dec 2013
At first sight it looks old-style but when you sit down you realize that tables and chairs are just old. We have tried different cocktails, they were good and the barman was friendly and professional. Later we ate the pizza, it's not bad but it doesn't have anything to do with the Italian pizza. I often go to Italy for business and I ate a lot of pizzas in Milan, Rome, Florence, etc. and they are different.

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