Atlas Coffeehouse @ 6 Duke’s Road

From the folks behind the wildly popular Assembly Coffee on Evans Road comes a new cafe concept located just a few minutes away along Bukit Timah Road- Atlas Coffeehouse. Markedly more spacious in shades of blue and white, with marbled tiled walls and matching marble top tables flanked by wooden chairs, the decor of Atlas Coffeehouse ticks all the boxes for that minimalist, stylish yet cosy feeling. The menu here has also expanded, with more savoury options and a wider variety of sweets to accompany your cup of coffee expertly brewed by Daphne (owner and barista) using Two Degrees North Coffee Co coffee beans.

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We went straight for the Nutella Brioche French Toast $15 which got us girls squealing when it arrived. Think thick slices of toast soaked in a beaten egg custard concoction and fried till golden brown with a generous layer of hazelnut chocolate spread topped with a huge scoop of vanilla bean ice-cream and smothered with berry compote to balance out the sweetness. This one is definitely made for sharing but we promise we will not judge if you choose to finish it all on your own!

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For a savoury option, the Salmon Soba Noodles $17 is a great choice with its cold soba noodles cooked till al dente and marinated shimeji mushrooms that had a chewy bite and were delightfully appetising. Accompanied by a slab of glazed salmon and sunny-side egg with a rich viscous yolk that was still runny, this Japanese-inspired dish was a hearty meal by itself and certainly did not taste like pedestrian cafe fare. Alternatively, order the Grain Bowl $17 which is filled with all things good for you such as quinoa, roasted squash, sundried tomatoes and sesame pulled chicken.

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The ATLAS Butterscotch Banana Pancake $18 too deserves a shout-out for its sticky sweet house-made butterscotch banana sauce which blanketed the base of pancake which was enjoyably fluffy on the inside and still crisp on the outside. Finishing touches include slices of caramelized banana, chunks of sugar-coated corn flakes, which nostalgically reminded me of my childhood favourite cereal-Kellogg’s Frosties, and Hokey Pokey ice-cream. This one requires 20 minutes prep time but if your sweet tooth can handle it, it is definitely worth the wait.

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Overall, the opening of Atlas Coffeehouse certainly brings a breath of fresh air to the cafe scene in Singapore and if you are not yet sick of cafehopping, you should certainly add this to your list of places to visit. Oh yes, their famous Buttermilk Waffles are also available here, with the well-loved Salted Caramel and Earl Grey Caramel $12, and a new exclusive flavour of Candied Bacon $14 which I will be back to try for my next afternoon tea visit!

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6 Duke’s Road
Singapore 268886

Opening hrs:
Sunday – Tuesday 8am to 5pm


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