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Bojangles, Amersham

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3.6/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web
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  • Great experience with my daughter yesterday, friendly helpful team, good drinks and cakes too looking forward to picking up our creation. 
  • I have been to Bojangles many times over the last years as my youngest daughter was growing up. She loved pottery painting and this is a unique friendly little independent place run by the lovely Carr...  read more »
  • No service, the owner was rude and made you very unwelcome. Cramped space not good for children. Never again! 
  • Great fun for all ages. Our group was 3 generations of us.... 15months all the way to 68 years old. Great staff! :)
  • Wonderful escapism. Fabulous service. I could not wish to have been better looked after, inspired and aided in my artistic quest. I have never known staff and proprietor so welcoming and courteous to all who entered or phoned.
  • I recently took my niece to Bojangles and had a fantastic experience, I think the prices quoted matched the quality of the products and was more than content with the overall cost. My niece had great fun, and has been bugging my brother to go again. I would definately reccomend to any friend with young children but did also see many other older customers having a great time painting, just wished I'd tried myself regardless of my own less than stellar artistic abilities. Next time maybe
  • when I rang to book I was told I would pay the price of each item my children wanted to paint. After we had started painting I was then told I had to pay an extra £5 per child (I have 4!) for what they called studio time, the items are very over priced to start with, my daughter had a small plate that cost £13.50 I didnt let her paint the unicorn which was rather small and cost £20 both without the £5 charge! We usually go to the Queens park arts centre which is so much better and much more reasonably priced, today cost me just over £65 without buying a drink, qpac would of only been £18 then the weight of clay used which is never more than £2 per child. We wont be going again!
  • Absolutely terrible customer service. The owner is very rude and definitely not child friendly. I will not be taking mine or any children there again. Very disappointed service.
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