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As soon as you walk into The Atlas you'll feel an immediate warm welcome – fresh flowers, wood paneling and floorboards, black and white tiling, and brick fireplaces. Up at the bar, you'll find 4 hand pumps offering local and regional ales, as well as a carefully-selected list of 40 international wines, with 15 available by the glass. Food-wise, expect daily specials of British and Mediterranean dishes, from a menu that changes monthly. All in all, The Atlas is an ideal pub for a get-together with friends in a relaxed and comfortable environment. The Atlas takes bookings for lunch & dinner, for groups of more than 4 and up to 12 people. Children are welcome before 7pm only.

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16 Seagrave Road, Fulham, London, SW6 1RX

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+44 (0)20 7385 9129

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The Atlas Pub

16 Seagrave Road
+44 (0)20 7385 9129
Public transport:
West Brompton, Underground


3 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Atlas Pub

4.0 out of 5 16 February 2011
by Steambuff

A small local pub close to Earls Court and just up the road from Stamford Bridge.We visited on a Saturday when Chelsea were at home and an event was on at Earls Court........the pub was absolutely heaving!!After a short wait we got seated and I went to the bar to order food and drinks.At least three cask ales were on offer as well as a good selection of lagers,beers and wine.The food menu was...more

4.0 out of 5 5 September 2010
by Matthew B.

The Atlas performs the amazing feat of being both out of the way (hidden down a back street) and very accessible (two minutes' walk from West Brompton station).

The bar has a nice, old-school feel, with wood panelling and low light. High ceilings and big etched-glass windows add to the chilled vibe. Sit by the fire, if you can, in the winter. There is also a lovely courtyard garden, with...more

2.0 out of 5 20 May 2010
by David C.

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!


4.0 out of 5 11 August 2008
by georginabanham

The Atlas is a sweet looking little pub just near West Brompton. I was initially a bit disappointed when I looked at the menu - the pub is Italien themed - I thought 'why can't you just have traditional English pub grub for once'. However that opinion all changed when I sampled the food. Its made using the best Italien ingredients and portions are generous. Its difficult to decide what to have...more

4.0 out of 5 11 April 2007
by David J.

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