A refreshed menu is gracing Atmastel, a casual restaurant that specialises in authentic homemade Italian food fused with a fresh and modern energy at South Beach. Boasting an extensive Italian wine and beer list, along with more than 18 different types of fresh pasta made in-house (subject to availability), Atmastel’s space screams industrial chic with a touch of floral elegance.
From a no-frills one-pager, Atmastel’s menu has transformed into a visual feast that guides diners through the gastronomic journey Chef Angelo Sergio aims to take you on with his creations. The new addition, which range from appetite whetting antipasti to substantial mains and beautifully crafted desserts, emphasises real taste satisfaction that immerse all five senses.
New menu will start on 21st August 2018!
Beginning our meal was the Burrata Della Valle D’itria $26.90, which consists of burrata cheese with seasonal grilled vegetables, grilled homemade bread, extra virgin olive oil, and fresh basil leaves.
A simple and comforting starter, this is a must for burrata lovers, or those seeking to start their meal on a light note.
Of course, no Italian meal is truly complete without Tagliere Misto $31.90, which is a selection of artisanal cured meats with olives, pickles, and homemade focaccia bread.
A feast for both the eyes and tastebuds, this generous platter is ideal for sharing with a group of friends.
Four new mains will make their appearance on Atmastel’s tables, one of which is the pizza, Proscuitto Di Parma E Rucola $32. Boasting 24-months aged parma ham, rocket salad, shaved grans pradano and cherry tomatoes atop mozzarella, every element came together perfectly.
The Pappardelle Ai Funghi Porcini E Asparagi $25.90 caught my attention, with its artfully plated homemade pappardelle with delicately sliced porcini mushroom and asparagus scattered with a light cream sauce.
The texture was incredibly smooth, with added crunch from the vegetables. I polished my plate in no time.
More substantial mains include the Trancio Di Branzino Grigliato $32.90. Although the grilled seabass veered towards salinity, it was well complemented by the colourful medley of vegetables – red pepper, pachinko tomato coulis, baked potato cylinder with lemon and thyme flavour, and asparagus.
Last but not least was the Tagliata Di Manzo Grigliato $42.90, another visually pleasing dish that arrived at our table on a halved log. The rustic flavours from the grilled Australian Wagyu melted in our mouths, along with the fresh rucola, pachinko tomatoes, and shaved grana padano cheese, and left us feeling very satisfied towards the end of our meal.
Ending things on a sweet note was the Trilogy Del Pastry Chef $13.90, a plating of three desserts selected by the chef daily. With delicately crafted frame on one end of the plate, this certainly caught everyone’s attention!
Our trio of desserts for the day were the Chocolate Supreme, Mango Alfonso, and Cuore di Capri. The richness of the chocolate was perfectly balanced by the citrusy notes of the other two desserts, and I would love to try the dessert selections on other days!
To refresh diners in this unforgiving heat, Atmastel will also be rolling out a permanent Collesi Beer range, which has already proven popular among regulars. They are: Bionda, Chiara, Ambrata, Rossa, Nera, Triplo Malto, Blanche, and Jpa.
Sophistication meets tranquility at Atmastel, and with the refreshed menu gracing tables next Tuesday, there is little doubt diners will be spoilt for choice.
South Beach Avenue, 26 Beach Road,
#B1-22, Singapore 189768
Tel: +65 6581 0085
Mon to Thu: 11:30AM – 2:30PM, 6PM – 10PM
Fri to Sat: 11:30AM – 2:30PM, 6PM – 11PM
Closed on Sun and PHs
Check out my previous visit to Atmastel too!
Words and Images by @chuepachups
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