This is the only place in the O2 that I've been to (save for the Starbucks right by the door, does that count?). I imagine that every single place is the same - expensive, chainy and a bit soulless.
But then, I didn't really expect anything else. You're not here for the bars (are you? Really? Do people come here if they're not going to a gig?). I was here to see Bon Jovi and we wanted a drink before we went in. This is where we wound up. There was enough space, lots of choice and.... nothing much else really. It's not awful, there's just nothing to report. It's just... a bar with some tables.
A bar with some tables that need to turn the aircon down. And realise that their pear cider is might expensive. I'd suggest you got tipsy in Greenwich and then made your way to the O2, but this isn't the worst place to end up if that's not an option.
Having been to various Ha Has I was quite pleased during my first trip to the O2 to see one on the premises. As my partner and I were only really there that day as we had never visited the Dome before, we decided to go to Ha Ha for lunch figuring it was a safe bet. Ha Ha usually serve up a variety of types of food ranging from burgers, sandwiches and salads. My partner's favourite is usually the fish finger sandwich. I decided this time to go for a salad (I believe it was either chicken or duck, but it had Asian flavourings). I have to admit to being disappointed as my food was rather bland and not very inspiring and not really up to the standard of other Ha Has I'd been to. The service was a tad slow (and it wasn't even that busy) and the atmosphere just didn't have that fresh buzz that other Ha Has normally do. It was more dark and slightly claustrophobic and felt like it was trying to be a bit fancier than it really is. Oh well.
for the one in Kingston:
disgusting way of cleaning it
made us go before we ordered
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