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ATLAS, a grand lobby and bar, is a celebration of the 1920's rich culinary and beverage traditions. At ATLAS you can enjoy its dining and drinking throughout the day and deep into the night in a truly memorable setting. Beverage highlights include elegant European cocktails and one of Asia's finest collections of gin, spirits and champagnes. A refined selection of modern European dishes, from a light breakfast, fulfilling lunch and an indulgent dinner to late night grazing.

600 North Bridge Road
Singapore 188778

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10:00am - 01:00am

10:00am - 01:00am

10:00am - 01:00am

10:00am - 01:00am

10:00am - 02:00am

03:00pm - 02:00am


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The vibes of ATLAS screams sophistication & opulence - and this goes without saying that one needs a drink in hand. But for those who are unable to take alcohol for whatever reason, you’re not left out! There are non alcoholic options for their specialty drinks as well, allowing you to bask with your friends in ATLAS’ opulence and match the vibe.

Summer in Paris is one of the non-alcoholic options, a concoction of Chardonnay grape verjus, lemon berry tea, and old world tonic. (FYI, you can have it with wine & gin for the alcohol option.) This was a ‘sparkling medley of flavours’ as promised, with a tad bit of sweetness but acidity from the verjus, which might be repulsive on the first taste as vinegar. Nonetheless, as unfermented grape juice made from unriped grapes, it was definitely less harsh than vinegar. I was still greeted with a pleasant sour and sweet combination in this drink, a light and tingly ending to finish off the meal.


The 200g option comes as a Black Angus Sirloin for $42. The other option is the 300g Angus Tenderloin for $76. The steak was well cooked at medium rare as requested with a good sear. I loved the smoked bone marrow butter together with each bite of steak. It gave a very light buttery yet creamy flavour to the meat. The capers also gave a good crunch with every bite. I liked the fries. It isn’t the crispiest but it was still adequately crisp, as well as fresh, hot, and well-seasoned. The steak was doused in a generous amount of red wine jus which was pretty decent, giving the usual red wine flavour to the meat. The watercress as a side however, was a super weird addition to me. I would have preferred an ordinary salad with rockets or arrowheads, on top of the fact that the watercress was just plain raw leaves at the side of the plate. I suspect that the excess jus is meant to be eaten with the watercress, but that isn’t really the best combination either. Nonetheless, the quality and portion of the steak is relatively worth the price, especially with the luxurious ambience one is enjoying their meal in. The grandeur of the decoration and opulent comfort of the dining area truly makes this place worth a visit!


This was ridiculous. I try to understand deconstructed desserts. Sometimes, they work out (think apple crumble, strawberry cheesecake); other times they’re a huge failure. Sadly, this is the latter. There were two tiny pathetic pieces of chiffon that seemed like it was just excess from the sides of a cake. And the chiffon tasted horrible, as if it was made with just egg and flour. Because of how tiny the chiffon pieces were, I ended up just eating mouths of the mascarpone cheese as it is. And it wasn’t the most delightful experience. The coffee jelly was just downright bitter, and the texture was that of the white of a century egg - a bit tough, and not soft like what you’d expect from a jelly. The only saving grace was the Marsala ice cream scoop, which was very light and nice! Together with the cookie crumbs underneath, it should’ve just been a dessert on its own - without the whole deconstructed tiramisu shenanigans. All I can say after this is, I truly appreciate a properly constructed tiramisu.


I shall call it the santa claus drink, love the peachy vibes of the drink 😛 Atlas was a pretty nice place to chill~ We got to see the full view of the area from the seats on the second level 😊 Time flew by really quickly 🥳

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It was an enjoyable afternoon with excellent service and great company. Start off with a choice of cocktail or mocktail before the afternoon tea arrives in a beautiful rose-gold tier.

Highlights include:
• Lobster Crostini
• Pumpkin Quiche with Cream Cheese
• Truffled Egg Brioche
• Passionfruit Cheesecake
• Banana Cream Pie

Afternoon Tea Hour (seating time, max 2hrs):
Mon to Wed, 2pm - 6pm
Thurs to Fri, 3pm - 6pm
Sat, 1pm - 6pm

Atlas $56++ per pax
Prestige $60++ per pax


Only tried salad and some appetisers, recommend this beetroot 🥗, and ofcoz Altas martini