Atlas Gourmet Market


Rating: 2nd visit - 7.5/10, 1st visit - 8/10

Will I come back: Yes

Halal & Non-halal options available

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This post is based on ala carte menu by Atlas Bistro & Atlas Pizzeria.

Decided to come back to try out their pizzas and non-halal options after having their pizza from the Caviar Experience!

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Food:

All pizzas were tomato based. The crust was lightly crispy, and the base was thin.


I was given the option to customise my pizza to Half Ocean’s 8 & Half New Yoker’s 2.0 Pizza (RM58). Ocean’s 8 came with assorted seafood and New Yoker’s had thick cuts of beef.






















Just Peperoni (RM48) came with sliced Peperoni, cherry tomatoes and garlic cloves.


I enjoyed the toppings from all 3 pizzas (except for the mussels from Ocean’s 8), but sadly the tomato sauce wasn’t flavourful enough. They were nothing close to the pizza I had during the Caviar Experience.







Iberico Pork Ribs (RM95) were really juicy and flavourful. Great meat to fat ratio too.




Crispy Soft Shell Crab Pasta (RM39) was creamy, salted egg sauce was rich and pasta was cooked aldente. But the Soft Shell Crab wasn’t crispy and the mussels were fishy.



Mushroom and Truffle Risotto (RM52) was also cooked aldente, strong truffle and mushroom aroma but it was too salty for my liking.


Iberico Sausage (RM33) was flavourful but quite overpriced.


Chocolate Mousse (RM28) was bittersweet.



Panna Cotta (RM23) was smooth and milky. I preferred this over the Chocolate Mousse.



Ambience:

Floral corner added vibrance to the dining area. Clean and comfortable.



Personally loved the crust here as I prefer my pizza with a lightly crispy crust. Sadly the tomato base wasn’t as good but would return when the Caviar Pizza is officially launched on the menu.