6 Duke's Road
Singapore 268886

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Thursday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

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Buttery vanilla brioche, tea poached pears, guava rosewater coulis, whipped honey ricotta

I usually like my french toast eggy. This was not but I don’t mind. The bread was like some super soft, fluffy Japanese bread - not dry at all and yet not soggy. Enjoyed eating it with liberal amount of whipped honey ricotta, a small cut of the tea poached pears and a little guava rose water coulis.

Seemed rather pricey for french toast but it was surprisingly quite filling. Not wowed but it was above average for cafes’ standard. I actually liked this more than their Butterscotch banana pancake and Candied bacon waffles.

Liked the ambience and vibe of the cafe. Enjoyed their cappuccino - bold, nutty and not acidic. Don’t mind having this again if I’m here.

Tasted more like a cake than pancake. It was just alright, didn’t live up to the hype.

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Wish they can have different type of coffee across their brand cafe. The Japanese rice bowl was nothing to shout about.

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This buzzy cafe has been sporting queues since its inception, and for good reason. From the umami Creamy Mushroom on Sourdough ($14) with light and fluffy Scrambled Eggs (additional $3), to a decadent Butterscotch Banana Pancakes ($18.50) with honeycomb ice cream, the nosh hits the spot everytime. Pair your meal with The Milky Way ($7), a refreshing white cold brew perfect for hot days.
Photo by Burppler Samantha Charlotte Lee

The ricotta cheese added a wonderful dimension to the toast topped with lightly sweetened pear slices. Didnt really need the maple syrup.

A classic here at Atlas Coffeehouse. My favourite out of the dishes we had here. Poached salmon with shimeiji mushrooms, a sunny side up egg and soba noodles, accompanied with cilantro-lime nori yoghurt sauce on the side. Me being a sweet tooth, I liked the sweetness of the dish and the tang of the sauce that helps cut through some of said sweetness. A good balance of flavours.

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