Harden's survey result
This “cracking, traditional English pub”, “tucked away in the backstreets” a short walk from West Brompton tube, has earned an enviable reputation for “interesting” Mediterranean cooking, backed up by “premium wines” and “some of London’s best real ale”, over more than two decades. “The Victorian-style cosy interior and spacious, sunny terrace makes it perfect for all occasions” – the outside is now even more of an attraction given the smart and expanded garden enabled by the new development next door.
“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.
“A standard-bearer for the gastropub category” – this “beautiful, traditional pub” is hidden-away near West Brompton tube and offers “gourmet food” with “a nice Italian slant”, delivered by “cheery and charming staff”. There’s also “a cracking, huge, new terrace garden” (expanding the old one), which is “a real gem”.
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 Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Surprised to find how busy this little place was and it's for a reason: good food and great service. Lots to choose from on the menu with reasonable prices. Fish cooked to perfection. Great ambience. Haven't been to a pub in years. Definitely recommend this place."
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16 Seagrave Rd, London, SW6 1RX
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