A truly extraordinary selection of drinks inspired by the Arts Décoratifs. From a
locally roasted espresso to a tulip of fine Champagne, to grand cocktails
inspired by hallmarks of the era, we are delighted to propose a beverage
perfectly suited to the occasion and as special as the setting.
Gin and Champagne were all the rage during the Gilded Age. These celebratory tipples that defined good living at the time, are now back in fashion in the grandest of ways.
The ATLAS Collections feature two of the world’s most remarkable physical collections of these beverages. A labour of love which took over two years to curate and assemble, it includes contributions from generous friends, distillers and vintners from the far corners of the globe. We are also delighted to feature a selection of rare and exceptional still wines and whiskies from the Parkview Family Cellar, which for the first time since its inception almost 40 years ago, has been opened especially for our guests at ATLAS.
We’re dizzy for gin at ATLAS. With gin
in the midst of a modern
renaissance, there has never been a
better time to be a gin drinker, or
simply curious about this
ATLAS houses one of the world’s most diverse and thoughtfully curated physical gin collections - more than 1,000 gins in all. Sample London dry gins from as far back as 1910, or the best of modern craft gins from the far corners of the world. Many have been generously and personally contributed by their distillers. Others have been hand-carried from far and wide by new and old friends. Each one special, and waiting for your next martini.
Nothing says celebration like
Champagne. This held true in the Art
Deco era, when Champagne
flowed in abundance in the great
lobbies, hotels and bars of Europe.
So, it may come as little surprise that
we’re equally mad about bubbly at
The modern world of Champagne is even more diverse and tasty than it was in the Twenties. ATLAS houses one of Asia’s great Champagne lists, including treasures from the Parkview Family Cellar. More than 250 labels of Champagnes in all. Join us for a celebratory moment, small or large. Your perfect bottle is undoubtedly already chilled.
Jesse Vida, Head Bartender
Jason Williams, Master of Gin
Jonathan Teo, Gin Researcher
Gary Low, Head Sommelier
Jack Cheung, Family Sommelier