Review our Cambridgeshire Sunday lunch here or leave a review for us on TripAdvisor. To read other people reviews please have a look but we are confident we have serve a great Sunday lunch from traditional roast brisket of beef or loin of pork. If that’s not of your choosing have a look at what else we regularly have on our Sunday lunch menu.
We do change our Sunday lunch menu so to see the current menu – click here
Risotto of the day 5.20/9.50
Authentic Thai fishcakes, homemade chilli sauce, sour cream 5.50/11.95 (with homemade chips)
Soup of the day, exhibition loaf 4.20
Prawn salad, sweet chilli & coriander dressing, cucumber linguine, cherry tomatoes 5.80
Tandoori marinated chicken, raita, mango chutney, mint yoghurt, poppadom 5.70
Cheddar & chive fritters, red onion marmalade, mixed leaves (v) 5.50
Chargrilled Cajun chicken or homemade burger, seeded bun, chips 6.90
Traditional roast brisket of beef or loin of pork 9.50
Slow roasted shoulder of lamb, crushed parsley potatoes, roasted root, vegetables, winter greens, red wine jus 12.95
Pan fried pork escalope, cream of wholegrain mustard & cider sauce, homemade chips, seasonal vegetables 11.50
Fish of the day….. see our specials
Roast pepper stuffed with mediterranean vegetables & tomato couscous, mixed salad, mint yoghurt (v) 9.70
Marinated olives 2.00
Mixed vegetables 2.95
Homemade bread & butter 2.00
Mixed salad 2.95
Homemade chips 2.20
please let us know if you have any food allergies
The Hunts Post have an article on Paul & Phillip’s upcoming trek to Everest base camp.
There are a few pubs now in and around Huntingdon with open fires. They seem to have come back in fashion.
At The Exhibition in Godmanchester, 2 miles from Huntingdon we have an open fire as soon as the temperature drops and the nights draw in. It is a great focal point in our bar area.
The Old Bridge Hotel in Huntingdon often have their fire going as does The Mill at Brampton. There is a small fire in the bar at The Axe & Compass in Hemingford and The Pheasant out at Keyston has open fires in a beautiful old thatched pub.
To find The Exhibition use our postcode PE29 2HZ or have a look at the map below:
Looking for somewhere nice to grab a coffee in Godmanchester?
We have a couple of sofas, great coffee, a wide selection of teas and a pleasant environment.
If the sun’s shining we’ll serve you in the garden.
Here’s our menu
Looking to throw a party? Need a nice pub venue?
The Exhibition Pub is a nice place to hold a private party of any kind.
We have naming ceremonies, leaving parties, funeral wakes, anniversaries, 1st birthday parties, christening parties, work bashes and even charity events.
We can arrange formal sit down dinners with custom menus or less formal buffets.
If it’s just dinking and partying then we can also help, nice pub atmosphere or hire the bar & restaurant area.
Call Paul for more info or to book on 01480 459134.
There are a few pubs in Huntingdon now that hold live music events. Samual Pepys Diary Rooms seem to book some good acts, The Black Bull in Godmanchester have open mic nights and some band nights.
We hold music events every month or so, we have some popular regulars like Reece, The Decanters and Up & Atom.
To check out who’s on here and when – click here
Join us on Monday 4th from 2pm to celebrate The Queens Diamond Jubilee.
We will have live music from the fantastic Freddie Hall Duo and a barbecue in the garden.
The Exhibition Pub & Restaurant in Godmanchester is close to Hinchingbrooke School, Hinchingbrooke Hospital and Hinchingbrooke Country Park.
If you are visiting the Performing Arts Centre at Hinchingbrooke School, visiting the hospital or the country park then why not pop into Godmanchester and visit The Exhibition.
There are some great walks near to Hinchingbrooke, you can cut through Hinchingbrooke Country Park to Brampton or over Portholme to Godmanchester. In the summer the walk over Portholme to The Exhibition is well worth it. Great views as you walk along the river and over England’s largest natural water meadow.