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12 Smithfield Street
Whether it's after work with some colleagues, or later with your mates, come to Karaoke Box in the heart of Soho - or our new venue in the heart of the City - for a night you'll be talking about for weeks to come.
A "karaoke box" is a private room with its own, state-of-the-art karaoke system - and you and your friends, of course, singing your favourite songs as loud as you like, with no-one else listening.
Our new touch-screen system allows you to choose whichever songs you'd like to sing from our 5,000 song selection. There's one of these in every room, along with hand-held wireless microphones (two for duets or group singing) and a top-flight amplifier and speaker set.
Overall- a cosy place, where you can create some good memories. The drinks are not so good, but the atmosphere is quite awesome.
Amelie Miller - 10/04/2013 | report this review
I think this place is nice, the food is good and tasty. Sometimes a bit crowded. But still you can have a lot of fun there. If you go to a really good bar this is the place.
Micheal Connor - 10/01/2013 | report this review
Really a very nice place, had so much fun that I will definitely visit it again and again!
Anna Davidson - 11/05/2012 | report this review
To highlight just how awesome this bar is: I don't remember leaving. I have fond memories of my Sunday in EC1, but they get a little hazy around 11pm. Probably all the bitter cherry beer I drank. There was a lot of that. Not cheap at Â£4.10 a bottle, but worth every tipsy penny. The Karaoke Box is a great bar in East London. It's interesting and 'quirky' which means the ladies loo has a chaise longue in it, the carpet is zebra print. Sounds horrible, but once you've mixed it with traditional furniture and dark wood and you've got yourself a really nice pub.
Myles Anderson - 08/06/2011 | report this review
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