To all our lovely customers – thank you so much for your patience in these extraordinary times.
We hope you’re all safe and well.
Our booking system is now live
As I’m sure you’ll expect, we have a few temporary new plans in place to keep everyone safe. In particular, our capacity will obviously be reduced for the time being.
Hopefully, they aren’t too much trouble and if we can all respect these measures, we should be able to enjoy the pub as much as possible throughout the summer. As and when anything changes, we will be right there and will follow the guidance accordingly!
Our Temporary New Plans
In line with the guidance, we will be running table service only. Don’t worry, there will be lots of us around so you won’t have to wait!
And to manage people arriving at the pub, you will be greeted at the door so we strongly recommend that you reserve a table – this is whether you’d like to have just drinks or if you’re coming for a meal
Please would you wear a face covering while moving through the pub
The Maximum number of people per reservation will be 6 for indoors and outdoors.
To allow as many people as possible to enjoy the pub, reservations will be for 2 hours
Payments will be by Card/Contactless Only
Children – we very much look forward to seeing families in the pub and, as always, we ask you to come before 8pm. To maintain safety for all, we ask children to remain seated throughout your visit
To allow safe traffic through the pub, we ask that no buggies are brought to the pub
For private function enquires please email email@example.com
For all reservations, please book here
A “hidden gem tucked away at the back of West Brompton tube” – “a fantastic pub (and yes, it’s still a pub)”, with “outstanding” Med-influenced cuisine, “lots of great ales” and staff who are “soooo friendly”; terrace garden in summer
The Atlas is one of only a handful of London pubs to have a walled garden. Just around the corner from West Brompton tube, this traditional, relaxed local remains true to its cause with a spacious bar area split into eating and drinking sections.
Wood panelling, a stripped-back floor, refectory tables and exposed fireplaces create a cosy set-up – so relax at the bar with a pint of real ale or choose from a menu that mixes hearty British themes with some Mediterranean influences to telling effect.