Mundo Bizarro moved locations in 2006 but has brought its trademark giant flying insect with it. This is the new version of Mundo Bizarro, or ‘Bizarro’ as locals fondly call it.
rnBettie Page comic book pictures, red vinyl diner booths, wacky cocktails and an up-for-it band of regulars characterized the last venue; this version is bigger and always packed with a mixture of hip Americans and genuinely fashionable Argentines, with bathrooms daubed in Rat Fink graffiti. Better?
rnNo, just more crowded, more commercial and slightly darker. Alongside Congo, this is one bar that will always be full, will stay open until 5am and where Pablo the manager will take enormous care over your cocktail, irrespective of how many thirsty sailors are waiting in front of him. If you fancy something a little more rustic, however, 878 is within walking-distance, on Thames street.