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2015-12-28 67 views
I remembered Atmosphere Cafe & Bistro as the. The entire cafe is going for the atas ‘atmosphere’ with tall plush sofas and heavy luxe curtains, as opposed to their other outlet at East Coast which was more of a open-concept bar.The baristas would vie for starry eyes with unique 3d latte art for everyone on our dining table. Each cup took 10 minutes to arrive, but that’s only sufficient time for us to ogle at it, and take a round of photos.Their extensive menu is made simpler with an iPad orderin
The baristas would vie for starry eyes with unique 3d latte art for everyone on our dining table. Each cup took 10 minutes to arrive, but that’s only sufficient time for us to ogle at it, and take a round of photos. Their extensive menu is made simpler with an iPad ordering system. For appetizers, I would say the Battered Mushrooms (SGD6.80) and Signature Atmosphere Fries (SGD7.80) are good for sharing, while you can safely skip the pastas without missing out much.
Overall, the appetizers and mains that we tried were neither impressive nor memorable, which fell short of expectations because their interior design was done very beautifully. Their desserts were significantly better, and something that I would recommend to enjoy at Atmosphere for sure. Molten lava cakes (SGD12.80) are available in classic chocolate or white chocolate with molten cheese core. The Fluffy Snowfall has got to be the most photogenic of all, with soft pancakes stuffed with banana, chocolate or strawberry, though the topping it off with macarons may not be the most pleasing taste-wise.
Atmosphere is best for having a cuppa (3d latte art!) and a molten lava cake, soaking in the elegant interior. And a good hideout place just right next to IKEA.