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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 - 02:00am

03:00pm - 02:00am


10:00am - 01:00am

10:00am - 01:00am

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I shall call it the santa claus drink, love the peachy vibes of the drink πŸ˜› 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 πŸ₯³

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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:
β€’ Lobster Crostini
β€’ Pumpkin Quiche with Cream Cheese
β€’ Truffled Egg Brioche
β€’ Passionfruit Cheesecake
β€’ 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 πŸ₯—, and ofcoz Altas martini


Otto’s Wall ($23) 1/10
The waiter said this was a savoury cocktail and he wasn't lying. One of the ingredients in this is simply... 'salt'. And that isn't a lychee in the drink -- it's a pearl onion. Combined with the white wine vinegar and french wheat vodka, a sip of this felt like getting hosed in the face with an unreliable hangover remedy. As for the drinking partner who ordered this, he said it was incredible.

Rose-Coloured Glasses ($26) 10/10
I asked for a sweet but strong drink and I got this japanese gin-based treasure with elderflower, greek vermouth, palo cortado sherry, and orange bitters. And oh boy did it deliver! The moment the cocktail arrived, the saccharine, grape-y scent of the muscat gummy practically pulled my lips to the rim of the glass. The taste of the drink itself was sugary and smooth with floral finishing notes -- a light stroll through the gardens of candyland while tipsy from muscato. I could go all day about how much I love this drink!

Despite much ado about its lighter notes, the cocktail was still strong enough to give me the sensation of having drunk 2 drinks after I was through with it. And I'm no lightweight.

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I was also rather impressed with the steak, which was made from wagyu rump cap and drizzled with bone marrow butter and capers. I had asked for medium rare but I found that the meat could have been more rare. Nevertheless, the meat retained a good mouthfeel with a minimum amount of fat.


Everyone knows Atlas for its mesmerising art deco decor (I must have stared at the ceiling for at least a good 5 minutes) and creative gin cocktails, but the food could also hold its own.

I can't marvel enough about how exciting this dish is without the chef having taken too many liberties with his artistic license. The short rib was so tender I could pull it apart with a fork, and was loaded with flavour from its exterior. Also, I had no idea that the mash wasn't made of potatoes, but kohlrabi -- a kind of turnip. The consistently smooth mash went perfectly with the crispy fried kale and tangy mustard jus.