Updated: Apr 4
Will I come back: Yes
Pork-free, serves alcohol. (They have a separate section for non-halal.)
This post is based on ala carte menu by Atlas Bistro. All orders were recommended by the waiter.
Great food, especially for an all-day dining in a Gourmet Market! Perfect for those who have irregular eating schedules (like me).
AACO Wagyu Ribeye MB9 (RM329/364g) was my favourite dish. Despite the fact that the doneness was off (I ordered Medium-Rare and it came Rare), after sending it back to the kitchen and they got the doneness right! There was a nice charred aroma, steak was well-seasoned and it was juicy. Totally unexpected, and I think I know where to get my steak fix during odd-hour cravings! You can also choose your own preferred cut at the Butcher’s area!
Aged Duck Breast (RM59) was also tender and flavourful, although I wished the skin was crispy. Still, a good one here!
Chilli Seafood Aglio Olio (RM49) had great portion, linguine was aldente, seafood was fresh, and the base was slightly garlicky (which I like).
Mussels in White Chocolate Curry (RM45) sounded weird but tasted amazing. The white chocolate flavour wasn’t prominent but it blended well with the curry and mussels, which added a touch of sweetness and fragrance to the mussels!
Mediterranean Grilled Octopus (RM89) was very tender but bland. There wasn’t much smokey aroma, and the sauce on the side barely helped. Hence I dipped it in the mustard (for the steak) and it solved the problem!
Tiramisu (RM28) had good cake to cream ratio, and I loved the cream (although I’m not a cream person)! The crispy chocolate balls on top adds texture to the Tiramisu.
Bacio Gelato (RM9) was a combination of Hazelnut & Chocolate, pretty decent.
Waiters were friendly and attentive.
Despite being in a gourmet market, the setting was pretty “fine-casual”. Clean and comfortable. Air-conditioning was quite strong tho.
Would come back again to try their pizzas! Great place for odd eating hours as they’re open throughout the day.