Our reasons why Atlas Coffeehouse, Singapore is a recommended hideout we’d go back to again and again.
Though KDM is just one of many sites to satisfy your k-raving, the choice is clear when it comes to finding affordable, homely meals in town that don’t come in the form of fries and McBunz.
Salted Caramel done right can haunt one for ages.
Chef Chung Deming is the mind and tongue behind ten courses, each celebrating local and Southeast Asian flavours in audacious ways.
If you’re a fan of the minimalist aesthetic, the simple, neutral interior would draw you. If you’re a sucker for bright colours and quirky form, their array of spectacularly presented… food cuboids are a real lure.
It’s sweet but acidic, and definitely has a spiced / herbed kick to top off the warm rush of ABV 4.4%. I say 4.4% is buzzy, because 355ml in a bottle’s pretty generous!
An icy, relatively bitter coat of authentic matcha melts to reveal a creamy, milky interior. More matcha. And very importantly, they weren’t kidding about using premium ingredients.
Our search to rehash those orange-brown checked delights ended in a series of pretty funny (and punny!) videos encompassing A&W’s bear mascot, Rooty.