Atrium SW1

4 Millbank, Westminster
London
West End London SW1P 3JA
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About Atrium SW1

The latest opening from chef, Johnnie Mountain, The English Pig is a modern English brasserie which showcases Johnnie’s passion for cooking packed with flavour. Opposite the Houses of Parliament, The English Pig is set out across two different areas - The Floor and adjacent to the open kitchen is The Bar. The menu is British cooking at its best cured British meats w homemade focaccia, small plates of Roast king prawns w chilli, aioli & grilled lemon or pan fried chicken livers on toast. Amongst mains are veal T-bone steak or the ultimate fish & chips. Puds include chocolate brownie & chocolate sorbet or a lemon posset, cranberries & shortbread. The Floor is a light, informal space where comfortable wooden chairs border tables dressed in white linen. The Bar is a more cosy space, here leather sofas, high and low bar stools help to create an intimate environment. A constant backdrop at The English Pig is the open kitchen, a lively reminder of why a visit here is well worth it.

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A bit empty at first but it got busier, the benefit of this is that it is discreet for business meetings. Quirky location and the food & service is good and overall I have no compliants. I'll be going back to sample the other main courses as the menu is very interesting. Overall I like this place

Lunched at The Atrium, an unusual venue in Westminster. Reasonably intertesting menu, and food quality was as expected and well presented. The place has a rather strange ambience - a spectacular atrium setting (don't be put off by the entrance, which is like an office), but the different floor levels and furniture make it all seem rather odd - but not unpleasant. Service was friendly, but we started lunch late, and the restaurant and the staff were nowhere to be found by the end!

We had an incredible dining experience at Atrium SW1 in London. The food was imaginative, well-presented, and most importantly delicious. It far exceeded our expectations as we did not realize how many courses would be served for the set menu. The service was top rate in terms of attentiveness and knowledge of the staff (e.g. food/wine pairing). Would definitely recommend but be warned that you need a couple hours to fully enjoy the experience.