Leaning more towards an overall caramelised sweetness, the taste of earl grey was faint. Loved the vanilla bean ice-cream atop best. I did wish — for the waffles to lean more towards the fluffier side, rather than what felt like to me was overly-crisp/toasty.

Perhaps that’s why I preferred the one at the back (surprisingly) which I thot may be overly-sweet (also $14+); Drizzled generously w salted caramel which resided in the lil waffle grids, however, it ended up tasting even lovelier w the charred bits/ crispness and toastiness!

Prefer poke bowls over the more traditional Jap chirashis for their sauces & tropical flavours. The pineapples was delightfully sweet cutting the “rawness” which may have resulted from the generous cube chunks of tuna sashimi. Dipping that w my choice of honey sesame sauce gave greater depth of flavours, which whetted my appetite further!🍍🐟

With such a chunky nut butter smothered on a good chewy yet sturdy enough sourdough — this makes the perfect satisfying bite. Perfect for a quick energy boost to kickstart the day or mid-morning snack if you’re feeling hunger pangs before the next meal👌🏻🍪.


In between a brownie & cookie, The Backyard Bakers terms this a Brookie — coming in a range of flavours from banana to macadamia nuts, this Choc chip & pink salt was my first pick! My only gripe is that they’d had been more generous w the salt so that it’s featured more prominently :/

Not sure if it’s supposed to lean on the crisp side or a softer cookie version? — but this struck the right balance in-between. (don’t fancy those soft American cookies) They didn’t sting on the chocolate chips, & the effortless addition of sea salt made the difference to elevate a simple choc chip cookie!🌝


Perfection when paired with their one&only Thyme-infused Cone ($5.7)

Lychee with a raspberry swirl; still wld prefer the strawberry basil flavour tbh but thot I’d have smth different since my trips to the east aint frequent!🍂

Nonetheless, defo still one of the most incredibly delightful & creamy gelatos u can get on our shores! (ps. surprisingly preferred the cone soft/soggy; I felt that it enabled the botanical flavours of the gelato to twine perfectly with the the thyme-flavours of the waffle cone!🌿

Atlas has reopened!! Definitely love this refreshed look where it’s much brighter and cheery, perfect for chitchats and daydreaming. There’s also a dedicated outside seating instead of makeshift stools like in previous.

Creative/quirky names like Heatwave, don amigos, k-pop make ordering sushi a lil more fun! This one is Caterpillar ($12.9) and it has got crabmeat, cucumber, jicama, avocado, fish roe, sesame seed & eel sauce. The topping of well-ripened avo and generous crabstick Mayo makes for a delightful bite!

Crisp yet tender, this way Unagi is treated is rly smth that shld have found its way to SG WAY earlier & I’m glad it did🇸🇬 Yet to try the other jap places which have sprouted cos of fear of being disappointed despite their more convenient locations.

PSA: pls share should you’ve found one THANK YOU!!!!!

Not the cheapest for sure, but I’d pick a swirl of soft serve over a solid scoop of icecream any day! It’s sister cafe Creamier is far away, but I’m glad that it’s v2.0 is less than a 10min drive away.🍃🌝