Serving contemporary Italian cuisine that looks to the future while still honouring the past, Atmastel on Beach Road in City Hall is quickly becoming one of Singapore’s most talked about restaurants. This modern restaurant offers sensational pizzas, delicious pastas and grilled mains that showcase the best the Italian kitchen has to offer, and with a casual dining concept perfect for workers on the go, Atmastel is the perfect spot to dine no matter the occasion. Open from Monday to Saturday from 11:30 to 22:00, this South Beach Avenue restaurant is on the cutting edge. Book in advance to secure a table.
Atmastel takes its Italian food very seriously with a state-of-the-art pizza oven and an entertaining open kitchen allowing guests to see – and smell – the incredible dishes being prepared. This restaurant takes service very seriously, too, so you’ll always receive a smile as you place your order at this Singapore restaurant. The restaurant’s location couldn’t get much better – found in City Hall just steps from Raffles Place and the city’s biggest sights, Atmastel is a must-try on Beach Avenue.
The restaurant’s interior is striking with its high ceilings, modern bar, industrial-chic decor and floor-to-ceiling windows, and despite its location in one of Singapore’s most popular shopping destinations, you’ll feel at peace in the restaurant’s spacious dining area. Recommended dishes here at Atmastel include the black ink seafood tagliolini, garganelli with homemade sausage or the pan fried barramundi with capsicum stew. There’s so much more to discover, so be sure to get down to this City Hall hotspot for an Italian meal you won’t soon forget.
Great food and excellent service! They made a special vegan pasta for my wife and it was delicious! Yet to try their pizza and seafood stew so will be back for sure!
Service is great. Food is great. What's there not to like. OK, not the least expensive price you could find- so it is tilted to the upper end on price, but not so unreasonable for the quality of the food and service. Also, the portions are not tiny, so you get a very good meal. They are also very accommodating with special dietary requests.
Service was warm and very friendly. We had meatballs and the barramundi, both of which were very decent. The accompanying vegetables were surprisingly tasty and went well with the bread.
good place and an enjoyable evening out would recommend it. .
Atmastel has a nice casual ambience and I particularly liked the high ceiling so it the air circulation is pretty good and I don't smell of food despite the restaurant operating as an open kitchen concept. Service was efficient however when the restaurant become full, the staff gets stretched. My dining partner and I ordered 2 pasta dishes and salad. One of the pasta dish was undercooked and we had to return the dish. We made our request and the wait staff commented, "it is not undercooked, our pasta is cooked al dente." I wish service staff can be trained to ask questions in better way instead of challenging our request. (My friend had to show her a piece of un-chewable pasta.) We stood our ground and asked for the dish to be changed which they did and the dish came back cooked al dente. Other than this incident, the dining experience was pleasant.
I had a group dinner here on 24/Apr. Orders were not taken systematically. In a restaurant you always have a way to place order and when it's ready to served you know who ordered what and no need to ask the guests again. We have couple of pizza orders came very late when everyone almost finished eating. And we cant cancel when the staff kept saying it's otw. We were the first group to be in the restaurant before the crowd comes in. So there is really no reason why some of our orders are late. When we do a set-dinner set up, we were told the pizza is good for one but it turned out pretty big and good for two. Our prearranged menu was also sloppily presented on a A4 white paper without the restaurant logo, without detailed explanation of what each orders are. I have to get the person in-charge to redo at least telling my guests what are they expecting. Our starter which is the scallop can tastes grain of salt that I believe touch up at the end where a bit too salty to the palate. Overall, food is average, ambience not bad, service level is a bit disorganized and not F&B professional enough. I will not purposely go back but don't mind to eat there again if I am nearby.
My 2nd visit to Atmastel. Though they had a limited menu, food was excellent! Tried the calamari and zuchinni fritters, beef tartare , squid ink seafood tagaolini and pasta with duck. All the food we had was great! Though we thought that if they provided some toast or chips with the beef tartare, it would even be better.
I came to Atmastel recommended by a friend. I would say their starters and pizzas are good. However, I am disappointed in their pastas - I had the squid ink pasta which tasted like an expensive version of mee pok dry and the duck ragu pasta which tasted very average. On the other hand, the calamari was exceptional.
For starters - CALAMARI & ZUCCHINI FRITTERS - Crisp Fried Calamari and Zucchini with Green Tomato Jam and Homemade Mayonnaise and the BEEF TENDERLOIN TARTAR WITH PISTACHIO PESTO - Raw Beef Tenderloin Tartar with Capers, Red Onion and Mustard with Pistachio Pesto. For mains, we had the BLACK INK SEAFOOD TAGLIOLINI - Black Ink Tagliolini with Prawns, Squid, Clams, Mussels and Lobster Bisque and the SPAGHETTI WITH CLAMS & BOTTARGA - De-shelled Clams and Cured Grey Mullet Roe. Both the starters and the spaghetti with clams were yumz but the seafood tagliolini was so-so. Overall good experience.
We had the pasta with clams and botarga and pizza with truffles. Both dishes were well executed. The seafood is fresh and they were very generous with the truffles on the pizza. But we were a little disappointed with the desserts. There was too much cinnamon in the portuguese tarts which overpowered the taste of the custards. The service staff is also very warm and hospitable. Will definitely return to try the other dishes on the menu.