The Atlas is a delightfully large Victorian pub which reopened in June 1998 with wooden floors and oak panelling throughout. The draught beers are good and the atmosphere relaxed. What is different, however, is a delicious Mediterranean menu that changes every day. You will also find a refurbished beer garden - a perfect sun trap for those rare hot afternoons and evenings.
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The Atlas Pub
16 Seagrave RoadFulhamLondonSW6 1RX
- Public transport:
- West Brompton, Underground
Nice location, easy to find but not on a busy street. Lots of seating in the large bar downstairs, two rooms upstairs, and a large garden.
Has a classic pub look: fireplaces, wood paneling, small tables and cozy feel, without feeling like a Disneyfied creation.
Gastropub menu isn't very large or imaginative, but the food was tasty and good amounts.more
Great food for a "bar"! Service was friendly & attentive. Amazing atmosphere. The table next to us had two puppies, they were super cute and well behaved. Just a plus :-) would definitely go back.more
the atlas is my local pub and an old friend. A mediterranean meets gastro pub menu which changes reasonably regularly (think italian sausages with mash, various pasta dishes, morroccan tagines etc). The bar has a good mix of beers and an extensive wine list. And they do a great pimms in the summer. There's a small but perfectly formed courtyard garden with heating and a big awning that comes...more
Staff are not the brightest bulbs in the box. I asked for a vegetarian pasta dish (pointed it out on the menu) and they served me a meat dish (at a glance you wouldn't have known)...which I did eat until my dining companion suggested we might not be eating mushroom ragu...I've been vegetarian for 23 years and only eaten or served meat by accident three times...this was incident number 3!
Situated a few minutes' walk from West Brompton tube, and about 10 minutes from the Earl's Court Road, the Atlas makes a nice change if you are looking for a decent pub close to the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre.
The pub itself consists of one large room with traditional wood-panelled decor, with a small but pleasant patio area, complete with pot plants. They serve well-kept Deuchars IPA...more