Recently given a complete make over, Balls Brothers Mayfair Exchange can be found at the beating heart of Mayfair, nestled between the ever-bustling Oxford Street and the luxury of Bond Street. There is no question that this is a Mayfair oasis. Scour the extensive wine and food lists in one of the stylish spaces - this West End bar is ideal for lunch or evening drinks.
Their specials change as often as the Great British Weather, and their menu is packed with British and Continental favourites. Expect only the freshest seafood, seasonal vegetables and responsibly sourced ingredients; Balls Brothers Mayfair pride themselves on the variety and quality of all food served. The bar is well stocked with a good selection of wines and spirits too.
They open their doors at the weekend where you can experience their bottomless brunch and the Balls Brothers twist on the traditional afternoon tea, the Mayfair Afternoon Affair. See menus.
Brunch from 11am-3pm
Afternoon tea from 12pm-4pm
To see all upcoming events view the full event calendar.
Make a booking to claim these offers below
|Happy Hour 5-7pm Everday! (Selected Bottles of Wines for £15, Bottles of Processco for £20, Classic cocktails for £5 and pints of Amstel for £4)||for up to 100 guests|
|Enjoy our Healthy & Hearty range of dishes for £10 which includes a drink!||for up to 20 guests|
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|Pint of Lager||£5.10|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£5.45|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£5.80|
|Bottle of House Wine||£21.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£49.50|
|All Day menu||Download|
A word from the chef:
Balls Brothers Mayfair exchange prides itself on providing company and industry leading lunches, albeit with a few exciting additions to the food menu including a Crustacea section with Colchester Oysters and whole dressed Cornish crab. Full a la carte menu, bar meals and snacks available as well as delicious sharing boards.
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