SquareMeal Review of
Balls Brothers Mayfair
This neo-Edwardian cellar is just the ticket for South Molton Street’s shopped-out Champagne socialites, who can get fizz from a fiver a flute (for Prosecco) or Bollinger Special Cuvée at £70.
Others might drop by to enjoy a homemade steak & kidney pie washed down with a bottle of Côtes de Beaune Villages (£36) from Balls Brothers’ sensibly sommeliered list, and there are also
plenty of votes for pints of London Pride or trendy world beers (Tiger and Leffe Blonde, for example) – not forgetting classic cocktails including Moscow mule from £6. Aside from the
aforementioned s&k pie, restorative lunchtime grub runs to bangers and mash, fish & chips, sarnies and salads, plus pots, plates and platters – the latter three also available in the
Balls Brothers Mayfair is recommended for
Go bottomless at brunch: £27.50
Join Balls Brothers Mayfair every Saturday for, bottomless booze and delicious brunch from 11am-3pm. Go bottomless for an extra £27.50pp. Groups over 10 people will be required to pay a £50 deposit to secure the booking however this will come off the final bill on the day.
Maximum of 20 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
25% Off food
Not available in conjunction with any other offers.
Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.