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Diners won't need to go all the way to Greece to have this authentic Mediterranean musical experience.
Bjorn Ulvaeus is bringing his 'Mamma Mia! The Party' dining experience to Waterloo, London.
The immersive show features songs from the musical as well as other Abba tracks performed by actors and musicians.
Already a hit in Stockholm, where it has been running since January 2016, guests are served Mediterranean food in a specially-built taverna that looks like it's from the island of Skopelos, where the film was shot.
Looking at the menu from the Swedish restaurant, diners can expect mezes like tzatziki, olives and hummus as well as main dishes like pork skewers and flank steak, and finally mouth-watering ouzo-flavoured desserts.
Bjorn and producer Ingrid Sutej are currently applying for planning permission to build the temporary venue in London's Southbank, where they'll recreate the taverna with a courtyard, olive trees and a fountain.
Here's a look at the restaurant in Stockholm:
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