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Reviews of The Atlas Earls Court Pub

Despite its somewhat recondite situation, down Seagrave Road, round the corner from West Brompton tube station, the Atlas has certainly caught many people's attention.


It won The Good Pub Guide's "Best Dining Pub in London" award in 2004 and has earned favourable reviews in Timeout, Rough Guide, Hardens, and the Evening Standard (where it was the "Pub of the Year" runner-up). You'll get an idea of what they're all raving about when you step inside the original Victorian wooden panelling and floors remain, as does the old-fashioned character.

Great Food and Drink

Most of the praise has been reserved for the food and drink however, and with good reason. There's a wide range of draught beers, including Deuchars Caledonian IPA, Adnams Broadside and the local Fullers London Pride. Thirty wines (seventeen reds and thirteen whites) from both the old and the new worlds are also available.

Good Local London Food

The food menu takes its ingredients from the local markets, and is therefore constantly changing. There's a Mediterranean theme all year round, however: with half a dozen main courses priced well for the area. The ivory-coated adjacent garden is a very pleasant place to eat, and its electronic heaters mean that you can dine al fresco almost anytime of year.

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The Atlas
16 Seagrave Road,
SW6 1RX,
Tel: 020 7385 91291

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