The Atlas Pub
The Atlas takes bookings for lunch & dinner, for groups of more than 4 and up to 12 people. Children are welcome before 7pm only.
Went for sunday lunch group of 6 and everybody enjoyed the food. Staff were attentive. Nice and spacious not on top of eachother like some places
I often go to the Atlas for lunch or after work. It’s a great pub, good atmosphere, very nice food and excellent service from the always friendly staff.
I really liked the food specially the terrine and the squid.
My wife and i went to the Atlas for the Christmas menu ,we have been there before and have always enjoyed the pub with good food and drink,we had a three couse christmas menu which was very good with great service.
Nice place with an awesome Ceasar Salad (w. Chicken) and good beer. Nice athmostphere, everything was already Christmas-style. Highly recommended
Excellent staff wine and snacks. yet to eat there but food menu looks amazing and well worth the trip to
Historically the Atlas has been a solid favorite for a pint and Sunday lunch before watching Chelsea . Last visit was slightly disappointing , food quality dropping a little , prices rising a little . Still a warm , welcoming and fun venue for lunch but hoping for better next time or may look elsewhere.
We had a great meal here Friday evening! Great service, didn't have to ask for water for the table or condiments it was already bought to the table. Everything was served quickly and the food was wonderful. Lovely atmosphere with the fires lit.
Made a reservation a wrrk on advance and was allocated the worst table in the pub. Right by the door. Then was told they cannot serve us because we have a 9mths old with us.
Great staff, lovely Sunday lunch, will definitely be back - thank you
In my experience it is quite a feat for a Sunday lunch in a pub or restaurant to be this good across all elements at this price. We had the beef and the pork; the meat quality and cooking of both were exceptional. The roast potatoes perfectly crisp and fluffy and without that pre-heated taste you sometimes get. Yorkshires were triumph of height & texture and delicious veg to accompany. Perfect ambience, proper pub feel, friendly, relaxed and was full groups of all ages.
Excellent food. A real gem!
The service was also excellent. I ate at Cliveden the same weekend but the Atlas had better service. The server even offered to do separate bills for everyone in our group of 5.
Absolutely great time ! The staff is lovely here
Table service was amazing as the food.
I had the steak and it was brillant !
Really good wine selection too !
I recommend this pub for everybody !!
Delicious food...friendly staff....was definitely a great place to spend the last night of our London vacation!
Excellent lunch as always with delightful service.
Fab pub, lovely menu, 5 of us booked a table and had a lovely evening, thankyou
My food was a little cold when served but everyone on our table of 12 was happy with the quality and the Atlas pub itself.
Thank you so much for our delicious meal, we all enjoyed the visit and will definately return
The food here is amazing, but being tucked away, we felt the atmosphere was a bit lacking considering it was a late Saturday afternoon.
Fantastic service and great food. Pub was quiet (which was appreciated and unusual) but it was a Monday. Recommend booking to make sure you get a table.
As always, the food was great and the service perfect. I love the charm of this old pub while enjoying great quality food.
Terrific Sunday roast (chicken and beef). Great pasta and desserts. Great service.
The food and staff were very good . Staff were very welcoming and friendly.
Good food and value considering it is such a central location. Staff were attentive and pleasant. Became very busy after the Chelsea game but when I called the pub beforehand they did warn me so we arrived 30 minutes earlier than originally planned. V Good would go again and recommend.
Great atmosphere, very friendly staff, lovely tasty food and good wine.
Excellent meal and service in a lovely old London pub
Good unpretentious pub food in a relaxed environment now with a big new outdoor terrace. Staff were amazing. Serves a good pint of Landlord.
Food was good but too expensive in my opinion. Go for a quick beer and a quick sandwich. Great local pub but not beyond that.
Fantastic food, wish we lived nearer!
Try the penne, out of this world
Great food and friendly quick service, but the noise level made it difficult to converse. Would be a great place if there were a separate dining area away from the bar.
Great food as always but I didn't feel the service was as warm and welcoming as it usually is. A group of about 8-9 of us come every few months and the great service plus fab food is what keeps us coming.
Our dinner was great until the waitress knocked our wine bottle over and splashed red wine over everyone. However it was an accident, was quickly cleared up and desserts were not charged. We were less upset than the waitress. Food was tasty and good value. The starter sharing plate was excellent.
A real gem of a place. Great service, friendly staff and delicious food in the authentic surroundings of this cosy pub.
I really like the relaxed feel of this place. Staff were very helpful without being overbearing. This was our second visit because we liked it so much and it didn't disappoint second time around. Food was great too!
Good service, friendly staff, well prepared food. Portions were reasonable. BUT it is not great value - a main course, shared pudding and a drink each, for 2 people came to £60. A good option for pre-theatre meal if going to the Finborough Theatre. Not sure I would go there again, though the experience itself was enjoyable.
We went to the Atlas before a football match so it was pretty busy - our food was good, the 3 ales superb. Will definitely go there again.
We had a friendly welcome and a very nice meal, hard to choose from the menu
Even though The Atlas was very busy due to it being match day at Chelsea FC, the service and food were excellent. The staff even called me to let me know that it would be busy on the day I was there. I would highly recommend.
Lovely little friend, very friendly, good food and not a steep price tag
The Atlas used to be a fav of ours some ten+ years ago. Their med inspired kitchen was always leaning to the Spanish side of the med and the food was very good. This was my first time back in 7 years and while the pub is still the same -good beer, good vibe and friendly service - the food lacked. I was very surprised that the flavour of the moment is Italian. This is fine, but apart from the very good charcuterie platter, the food was disappointing. Starting with the bread that came with the platter, it had been toasted well in advance and was not crispy anymore. The pumpkin risotto was downright strange (with cinnamon which was advertised), too grainy and you could not tell whether it needed sugar or salt. The tagliatelle were nothing special either. The few mushroom bits were uninspiring and the cream sauce too heavy.
The strong chlorine smell from the kitchen at 11pm didn't help either.