Located in the heart of Pan Pacific Singapore, Atrium is a stylish bar and lounge featuring a collection of seating pods floating over a reflective pool, as well as Asia’s longest bar. Here you can soak up the surroundings while sipping on a glass of cocktail, boutique wine or craft beer from the carefully curated collection. Popular with hotel guests and locals alike, you’ll find Atrium on City Hall’s Raffles Boulevard.
With its individual seating pods and 44 metre long bar, Atrium situated inside Pan Pacific Singapore provides an elegant environment to wine and dine in. Unwind with specially concocted cocktails, craft beer or fine wines in a casual yet luxurious atmosphere.
For a unique experience, we recommend sitting in one of the floating pods perched on the reflective pool. Indulge in a leisurely afternoon over a tempting selection of high-tea favourites with our English and Peranakan Afternoon Tea.
When dusk falls, enjoy Happy Hour drinks from Sunday to Thursday, 4:00pm to 8:00pm. Alternatively, the refreshing Rhubarb Fizz, a smooth blend of BarSol Pisco, rhubarb puree and lemon juice and East Meets West, a winning combination of Martin Miller’s gin, Shicho shochu, pink grapefruit and elderflower, are perfect after-work tipples. Accompany your drinks with tapas and mains inspired by the cuisines from Provence, Nordic and Middle East regions – we recommend the French Black Mussels steeped in white wine or the Homemade Sausage Platter, featuring four varieties of handcrafted sausages and cornichons.
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Weekend nostalgic high tea was a controlled and careful selection of good quality and dainty sweet and savoury treats. requisite finger sammies, pralines, scones plus a few peranakan dishes.
The food was placed in beautiful setting and was a pretty sight to behold. There was a wide spread of food available and overall a very tasty and satisfying high tea.
A good selection of food from asian (laksa, popiah) to western (scones, sandwiches) and not forgetting the deserts. Great ambience for catch up and chats.
wonderful service and enviorn, good spread of food. choice of 2 beverage instead of usual one. will definitely revisit and recommend others to go too
There are 2 choices for the afternoon tea - peranakan and western. I personally prefer the peranakan one as the food is really delicious. Besides, it is not compulsory to order 1 set for each person. They allow sharing of the tea set and therefore this is more flexible. Highly recommended!
We visited for the Peranakan and English Afternoon Tea ($38 per set). The food was alright — portions were small with an imbalanced proportion of sweets, but the scones were pretty good. Apart from that, nothing left an impression. For a hotel establishment, the service here leaves a lot to be desired. We really appreciated the young, earnest waiter, but the more experienced servers lacked initiative and sincerity, and service was slow even though the place was only half full.
Friendly and helpful staff! Had the weekend high tea buffet ($48++ per pax, with 2 beverages each) in a cosy booth.Thought the western desserts would more yummy but the peranakan treats stole the show instead. We loved the Chef’s Laksa too!
Tapas was very good. Good ambience. However, service staffs require abit more training to give better service. Overall very happy with the experience there. Great place to chill out after work!
A delightful venue for a slow afternoon tea with friends or family. Very comfy and private seating coupled with staff with a smile :) High Tea is a choice of English or Peranakan. Instagrammers would love the photo opps!
Loved the ambience, privacy and space. Service staff was attentive. Food selection was ok, and generally good, with a mix of savory and sweet treats.