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We’ve writ­ten about their drinks be­fore—the Ce­cil Beaton is cur­rently our favourite of the lot—but we’re back again to talk about the food. The lightly spiced pop­corn and nuts are ad­dic­tive pop­pers, but for some­thing more sub­stan­tial, there’s the corn­dogs (SGD16++). Not the usual stuff you find at a fair­ground food stand, you’ll bite into spiced Kiwi lamb (as in New Zealand, not the fruit) wrapped in a corn­dog shell. Even the ketchup’s been up­graded to a house-made tomato sauce that’ll win over the most ar­dent chilli-sauceonly dip­pers. We also like what we con­sider as atas popiah: smoky beef puffs (SGD18++) served with pick­led mus­tard seeds that give each mouth­ful a shot of zing. But for din­ner, you’ve got to try the white Pek­ing duck (SGD38++). This suc­cu­lent French duck wad­dled over to its bed of lentils and ri­cotta to give us one of the best ana­tine ex­pe­ri­ences that has ever graced our belly. Veg­e­tar­i­ans, they’ve got you cov­ered too, with the trofie pasta (SGD40++), all hand­made and rolling with chanterelle mush­rooms and black win­ter truf­fle in a mess of but­ter and sage. Di­vine.

AT­LAS is at Parkview Square, 600 North Bridge Road. For reser­va­tions, con­tact 6396 4466.

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