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6 Duke's Road
Singapore 268886

Tuesday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Monday:
Closed

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Price

~$25/pax

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An enjoyable bowl of Salmon Soba Noodles ($18+). Loved the super moist salmon, though the skin wasn't crispy. I don't give two hoots about fish skin, but I don't think it was meant to be crispy in the first place & I'm just putting it put there.

The accompanying house-made yogurt was not necessary as I was quite happy without it. (For the record, it was fine.) The juicy shimeiji mushrooms & crispy fried egg (oozy yolk yay) were great together with the soba noodles & salmon.

In all, would've been a great experience if not for the sub-par service. Under no circumstances should you ever clear the glass(es) of your customer(s) without asking - especially if they're midway eating, or if their glass of water isn't even empty. That was a clear sign that our servers (happened more than once) wanted us to get out, probably because there was a long line of people waiting to get in.

Needless to say, we left with quite a bad taste in our mouths. Which is a pity because we actually enjoyed the food.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats only
💻 Accepts reservations - I used Chope
🙋 No service charge
✔️ GST charged

Butterscotch pancake ($18.9) is something I really wanna try after reading all the reviews, and it didnt disappointed me at all! The pancake is huge (good to be shared by 2-3 people) and thick but still very crispy! The caramelized cornflakes (?) with the vanilla ice cream makes a good combination. Not to miss their coffee - have been a fan for Lunar Coffeehouse and the coffee at Atlas is as nice as Lunar’s one.

This was quite a disappointment as the waffles were rather normal and the matcha ice cream tasted fake, as if flavouring was used instead of matcha powder or leaves.

False; it’s the longest thing you do. So do what you want and leave no regrets! Anyone up for brunch tomorrow?

Good food, excellent place and perfect companion! It went downhill when 2 guys sat at the table next to us had [email protected] in every sentence 😨 Sigh.... What is this world becoming to?

This dish takes about 15-20 mins to prepare, and its worth the wait! The pancake is so fluffy and the crunch of the cereal bits along with the butterscotch sauce and vanilla ice cream is just a perfect match! Highly recommended!

The servings are pretty generous, but I wished that they had used a sturdier sourdough at the bottom of the dish. By the time I got to it, it’s was soggy from the pulled pork and the scrambled eggs. The dish did feel slightly disjointed and could maybe have used a sweet element to bring it all together in my opinion.

Crispy waffle, wonderful batter taste, chewy sweet yet still salty candied bacon. Lovely 4.75/5

That slight (just slight) crisp on the outside and that ohhhhhh... moist inside in that really lovely batter... just the way I remembered it since Kampong Bahru. 😋. Thank you @deafkneego for resurrecting my love for waffles. With waffles done this good, who needs the peripherals 🙌. #tastebetterthanitlooks

Finally got to try this coffeehouse in the west! Surprisingly it wasn’t so crowded by the time we arrived, and my order came pretty quickly. Some items may take a while longer though. Portion wise, very generous, definitely enough to last you till dinner. Service was great, people there were friendly:) another recommended item would be the Atlas Butterscotch Banana pancake (15 mins wait). But good things are worth waiting right?:)

A typical dimlighing natural lighting coffee shop. Service was good

Atlas butterscotch pancake ($18.5)-australian style hotcake. Thick, fluffy, crispy aroujd the edges. Sumptious 4.5/5

Cost: $12.50
Taste: 4/5 😋😋😋
Try it!!! The scoop
Of salted Carmel ice cream is the best combine to spread with the waffle✌🏻

Coffee here's pretty good! It's surprisingly popular even on a weekday morning, and got crowded around lunch.

Always a good bet when you come to Atlas to get a good meal but it comes with a price. This plate costs about $20 with the add-ons, but it’s more than enough to sustain you through till dinner if you have it for brunch. The mushrooms were nice, and I didn’t mind how the sourdough soaked up all of the juices to be slightly softer, but that could be an annoyance to others.

still my favourite waffles after 5 years. served fresh off the waffle iron, topped with rich, gooey salted caramel and vanilla ice cream, it is hard to bear this. the waffle that yields its crisp crust at the slightest slice to reveal fluffy waffley goodness inside, the salty caramel you could lick off a spoon and the cold, clean, creamy vanilla ice cream. it is a dream to eat and a nightmare for diets.

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