Welcome to The Atlas

While much of the scenery has changed around us in the last 20 years, The Atlas has remained true to its local pub tradition. Frequently described as a “hidden gem”, we’ve always considered the the ‘pub’ bit to be just as important as the ‘gastro’. So, if you’d like to join us for a beer on our sunny terrace or grab something to eat from our Mediterranean menu, please come on down (or click here for our contact details and book a table)

We’re open for lunch and dinner every day from midday.


“If only all pubs were like this”gastroboozer near West Brompton tube, whose “Med-led” menu “punches over its weight” and which also provides “fabulous wine” and “some of the finest real ale in London”“Now in its 20th year”, it finds itself increasingly surrounded by the burgeoning Lillie Square development, but is “still the best place in the area”“The new secluded garden terrace” (much bigger and smarter than the old one) is another reason to visit.



Discover more about our pub in the gallery section.

    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
  • AA Pub Guide
    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.
    AA Pub Guide
  • Squaremeal
    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.