Nearest MRT: Bugis continue reading
6396 4466
Forming the heart of Parkview Square, ATLAS is a celebration of the 1920’s rich culinary and beverage traditions. The result is something unique in Asia, a truly grand backdrop that harks to a time when — while their American contemporaries were surreptitiously tippling in underground speakeasies — Europeans were revelling in Deco glamour and unabashed Jazz Age elegance, sampling the finest libations in suitably beautiful surrounds. continue reading
Awards and Titles
Asia's 50 Best Bars 2017 - #12 The World’s 50 Best Bars 2017 - #15
Opening Hours
10:00 - 01:00
Mon - Thu
10:00 - 01:00
10:00 - 02:00
15:00 - 02:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
The Atlas Martini Gin Tonica Afternoon Tea Set
Review (1)
Level4 2018-03-09
The place was within walking distance from the MRT station. Although it was weekday, the place enjoyed a healthy flow of customers. For the 3 of us, we were showed to a table with a sofa and 2 armchairs. After looking through the menu, we decided on the 3 course lunch set(S$48++). Still and sparkling water was chargeable at S$2++ per person.For the starters :'cavolo monachina' green cabbage, pine nuts, raisin, anchovies (S$20++)Savoury cabbage which reminded one of chinese style braised vegetable filling for spring roll, with the nuts giving it texture. 'frittata di pasta' spaghetti and eggs, broccoli rabe, sausage (S$22++)It was like a pancake made of spaghetti and eggs, topped with broccoli and slices of sausage. Slightly dry but flavourful.'uova in purgatorio' tomato soup and runny egg yolk... in the shell (S$18++) The dish was served in egg shells which were held upright by salt, accompanied with buttery soft toast soldiers. Underneath the foam, was the tomato soup, packed with mouthfuls of vegetables, plus the egg yolk right below. It kind of balance the sour taste of the tomato soup.For mains : 'baccala' salted cod, gaeta olives , capsicum neapolitan style (S$29++)Light battered fish, which tasted slightly salty but firm and meaty. braised lamb, green peas, zucchini, fresh mint 'alla scapece' (S$30++)The lamb was quite tender and sliced easily. None of the gamey taste but it was bit too heavily flavoured. maine lobster roll, artisanal brioche bun, marie rose dressing (S$30++)Topup S$4++ for set The bun looked kind of hard but it was lightly crispy and buttery. Stuffed with finely chopped pickled vegetables and juicy lobster meat, it was quite appetizing. Lastly the desserts : 'baba' infused with frangelico liqueur, whipped mascarpone cream (S$14++)The baba were cute little buns which were soft and moist. Could not get enough of them.fried 'struffoli' dough, honey and cinnamon parfait (S$14++) Light crispy puffs paired with ice cream.ATLAS signature madeleines, jam and chantilly cream (S$14++) It looked simple, but I was blown off by the lemony moist texture. continue reading
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