Located in a trendy part of town where a great many pubs have been reinvented to become diners or restaurants, 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. Typical menus might feature starters such as braised veal and tuna salad with baby cress, capers and lemon; or Portobello mushrooms and goats' cheese tart with caramelised red onion and balsamic molasses. Tempting mains demonstrate some European influences in dishes such as penne with Italian sausage ragu; or herb-crusted rack of lamb with vegetable Provencale and black olives tapenade. There are good choices on the wine list, with around 15 by the glass for those who want to match different dishes. THE AA PUB GUIDE 2016

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