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Opened by the folks behind Assembly Coffee, Atlas Coffeehouse serve brunch items such as the signature ATLAS Butterscotch Banana Pancake, Nutella Brioche French Toast and Creamy Mushrooms on Sourdough. continue reading
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Opening Hours
08:00 - 17:00
Tue - Sun
08:00 - 17:00
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Signature Dishes
ATLAS Butterscotch Banana Pancake Nutella Brioche French Toast Creamy Mushrooms on Sourdough
Review (4)
Level3 2016-05-02
Full review: http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2016/03/atlas-coffeehouse-bukit-timah-botanic.htmlAtlas Coffeehouse is another venture by the team behind Assembly Coffee. For a group of four, we ordered 3 mains, a side and a sweet treat, which were directed on the recommended mains that received positive feedbacks. We visited on a busy Saturday and it took us approximately 10mins to get a table.The highly raved Creamy Mushrooms on Sourdough + Scrambled eggs - the scrambled egg by the side scored some brownie points with its buttery and semi-runny texture, it surely made the dish a more appetising one. Together with the addictive white wine creamy mushrooms served on toasted sourdough and capped with grated parmesan cheese.Another not-to-be-missed dish, ATLAS Butterscotch Banana Pancake - their signature pancake is like a pancake up-size full of fluffiness and slight crisp on the outside, very different from the hotcakes found in other cafes. It is served with caramelised banana and house-made butterscotch and honey comb ice cream. Best of all, it doesn't get jerlat (it means the feeling of eating too much of it makes you sick in Malay). Although it state that it requires 20mins of waiting time, but it’s always a pleasant surprise when we got ours less than that. continue reading
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Level4 2016-04-05
Have you been to Atlas? The cafe with legions of fans?Give it up for Atlas Coffeehouse...! I can hear the screams of their legions of fans over here already, can you? The cafe-hopping hype has died down, possibly because there hasn't been any new cafes that have wowed us here in sunny Singapore. Atlas is here to change that for us. In fact, it's so popular, the Botanic Gardens station of the newly opened downtown line has a temporary sign pointing people in the direction of Atlas (heh heh, irony intended). Atlas is the acronym for 'At-Land-Air-Sea', which is a pretty cool concept when it comes to their interior design. Its name also reminds me of one of my favourite movies of all time, Cloud Atlas, which already primes my expectations for the cafe too. Sooo again, let's go and see how it performs:A short walk away from Botanic Gardens, you know you can do a weekend date at Atlas Coffeehouse and thereafter Botanic Gardens (and if you're up for it, Island Creamery at Serene Center because ice-cream is always awesome) - because that's that I did. Idea? Idea.Entering on a weekend afternoon, I was surprised it wasn't full house nor demanding a queue number for its popularity. Maybe its far-flung location will still put some people off, but remember date idea above? Yes. Between the darker tones and wooden theme and lighter tones and white marble, I went for the latter. Sunlight is golden at mid-afternoon, and makes for perfect brunch lighting.Cafe read of the day: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyI'm still not done with it yet, though I'm about two-thirds into this intriguing read already. It leads you through chapter after chapter of prose in literally - intergalactical travelogues, with imagination of random ideas. The best way to escape from reality with the occasional dose of wisdom when you least expect it. Improbable does not mean impossible.Meanwhile, have some Creamy Mushrooms on Sourdough (SGD12) served on a heavy white ceramic plate, thoroughly white wine and parmesan cheese infused assorted mushrooms served with sundried tomatoes on a toasty sourdough bread. It was very delicious, slightly on the salty side, but still, something that will make you go mmmhmmm.We were seemingly extremely hungry at Atlas (must be something smelling really tasty in there) - because chomping down the Candied Bacon and Vanilla Ice Cream Waffles (SGD14) was performed in record timing. This sweet yet meaty combination was interesting and surprisingly appetizing as well, and you know vanilla ice-cream can never go wrong.Their signature dish is the Atlas Butterscotch Banana Pancake (SGD18) that everyone is talking about, which requires a 20-minutes wait. It was served faster than that though. This was so sinful, gorgeous for the eyes and extremely satisfying to have, with soft fluffy pancakes that are served with caramelized bananas and butterscotch honeycomb ice-cream. Pretty much what all brunch dreams are made of! It edged on being too sweet towards the end, but nothing a delicious mocha can't fix.The last item we swept off was the Summer Chicken Stew (SGD17) which had the chicken thigh slow-roasted with herbed potatoes and carrots soaking in the sundried tomatoes broth. The chicken was extremely tender and generous in portion, and you can even soak up the delectable broth and enjoy it with their sourdough bread. Delectable and well-done.Is this a cafe worth going? Yes. I would recommend it, it's definitely something that has something to offer that most other cafes don't, that's dedication in their menu - which I hope they will maintain and not follow the footsteps of their sister cafe. continue reading
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Level3 2016-02-24
The new year brings a new player to the cafe scene. From the people who brought you Assembly Coffee (one of my favorite cafes btw) comes Atlas Coffeehouse. Located along the Bukit Timah stretch, this place is perfect for a weekday afternoon coffee.Opened less than 2 months and I'm already here 4 times. What did i have here at Atlas coffee? Continue readingCoffee obviously, but that's not all. Mocha was kinda average.Salted Caramel Buttermilk Waffle seems like the one at Assembly. Nothing out of the ordinary. Still one of my favorite waffles around. Decided to try one of their savory mains and the first item which caught my eye was the Creamy Mushroom on Sourdough. The scrabbled egg made the dish ever more photogenic. Tasted great, loved the flavors of the mushrooms and sauce.overallreview: full review @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2016/02/atlas-coffeehouse-duke-road.htmlfollow me on instagram: @shauneeie or like my facebook page: @shauneeie for more foodie escapades continue reading
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Level3 2016-02-02
Full review on http://www.nahmj.com/2016/01/26/atlas-coffeehouse-by-the-assembly-coffee-folks-bukit-timah-singapore/Within the first few days of its opening, it attracted numerous number of blog posts. I am equally interested in Atlas Coffeehouse too as I am eager to find out for myself on whether will the cafe be serving different food.Space was dressed with mainly cemented wall and floor. A blue wall with marble looking tiles was the contrast to the look. Somehow, cemented wall or floor will make it to the cool and hipster feel.I tried The ATLAS Super-bowl ($17) to find out how it fare. The chicken was with a sesame flavour and that was a hit with me. The quinoa was flavourful too. I thought it was delish and colourful superbowl attracting both the sight and tastebud senses.Sweet Treat are never to be missed. I ordered my favourite, Lemon Meringe Tart. The zing of lemon curd sat on a buttery pastry tart, topped with a contrast of sweet meringue layer.Coffee at the Atlas Coffee uses 2 Degree North Coffee beans. But some how my Cappuccino was low acidity, full body, nutty with a caramel undertone.More reviews, please visit http://www.nahmj.com continue reading
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