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The Atlas

Bars and pubs, Gastropubs West Brompton
4 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)

Time Out says

A quaint Fulham pub covered in greenery.

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Address: 16 Seagrave Rd
Fulham
London
SW6 1RX
Transport: West Brompton rail
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Users say (2)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

3.5 / 5

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Tastemaker

A friends local so I find myself in here on occasion. Nothing wildly special about it but it handles all the standard pub requirements well enough although it's drinks menu could do with some expansion. The inside is relatively traditional and you can see where all the partitions would have been for those who were eating and those who were there to smoke and drink! With all the developments happening around it and the addition of the shared pub/food hall across the road, I can see this place struggling to keep up in years to come unless there are some changes made.

tastemaker

According to my old colleague, The Atlas is one of the last ‘old man’ pubs in the West Brompton area. The type where old men can sit with their dogs at the bar and just raise a nod when they want another bitter. I was truly excited to try this pub. Perhaps for a traditional sausages and mash and a pint?

I was able to reserve a table with no problem and the pub definitely had a friendly feel with the energy bubbling even though it was a Wednesday and only 1900. The tables are well spaced out and theres plenty of room. The menu is one side of a4. This is my type of menu. It makes it simple to choose and I was informed the menu doesn’t change often. In my opinion this clearly shows they know what works and wont steer to far away from it. I choose the salmon fish cakes on sautéed spinach with chips for good measure. I didn’t need the chips as the fish cakes were really filing. Chips were skin on and definitely not processed. Very tasty.

Others in the party choose a burger which looked divine with a squashy brioche bun and the other chose Veal with risotto. Both were finished with no morsel of food left. Think that says a lot…..

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