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10) With regular stand-up comedy, life drawing evenings, karaoke and areas available for private hire, The Exhibit is on a mission to keep Balham entertained.A great place to head any night of the week for a guaranteed buzz that lets you set your own mood.“I reserved a room at the exhibit for a private party not too long ago as Balham was quite an accessible place for people to get to.6) The squid’s not their best exhibit and the bruschetta’s pretty basic, but the wild mushrooms with truffled potato puree is on another level.With chefs straight from Chelsea’s Michelin star restaurant, Tom’s Kitchen, it’s the fancy stuff that they really nail.8) The Exhibit is also a strong leader of the bottomless brunch, so much so you’ll have to book in advance to beat the weekend brunching regulars.You’ll get an hour and a half to enjoy as many bloody Marys and as much prosecco as you fancy (hmmm, a challenge?
Thankfully the manager understood that we weren't happy and gave us vouchers to return another night but was a shame as the staff there are excellent but food and service are going downhill raplidly...”“Maybe I went to a different restaurant to everyone else who has reviewed Exhibit but I am certain it’s the same place!
But if you’re feeling less flash and strapped for cash, the house wines are great.
3) You can eat anywhere and everywhere, so no need to linger at the door.
The music is spot on, which in turn attracts a great crowd of no-niggle SW Londoners all having fun (single mates have a pretty good track record here...! A few years back when it was dance/house music here it was a bit of a chavvy crowd, but they've all moved on now, thankfully, and it's mainly local young professionals...
and their mates realising South West London beats being north of the river!