If you’re fed up of sumptuous spreads of gourmet food, fine wines and stimulating conversation, Lucky Voice is the place for you. None of the aforementioned items is on offer, as Lucky Voice knows it’s target audience and beats them senseless with a barrage of cheap ale, watery shots and all you can eat finger food.
I’m not saying this is a bad thing at all, but if your usual brunch has more Michelin Stars than Gordon Ramsey, just know what you’re letting yourself in for.
Mrs H and I spent last Friday there, and increased the average age by about 12 years. Not that stopped us joining in the fun including the karaoke, held in one of the private and, mercifully, sound-proof booths.
Do go if you want a rowdy afternoon’s entertainment, and don’t mind standing for most of the time.
Don’t go if you’re hungry or suffer from tinnitus.