Atlas16 Seagrave Road
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One of London's Real Heritage pubs and a classic pub to see what its owners, Trumans, were up to in the 1930s. The fittings are a surprisingly complete array from their inter-war refit including a black-and-white tiled spittoon. The counter-fronts have doors, a feature of many London pubs in times past, to allow servicing of the beer engines. The outside fabric of the pub is a 1950s rebuild following heavy WW2 bomb damage. The pub now promotes itself as an authentic London boozer; it is a pleasant enough one bar establishment, with wooden flooring and separate eating area offering a good selection of food and wines. One of the few London pubs with a walled courtyard garden which has now been considerably extended with a largish patio area as a result of the 'Lillie Square' development.