Atlas Edmonton

About Us

Atlas Steak + Fish is an upscale concept that will not just bring a touch of elegance to your dinner, but will transport our guests back to a time when dining was an experience.

The wines on our list have been carefully selected by our Sommelier from all of the world’s major grape-growing regions and has been developed with approachability in mind. The selections are driven by balance – quality, value, style and their versatility to compliment the Atlas Steak + Fish cuisine. We feature the most famous producers, local favorites, hard-to-get cult wines and also some little-known gems. The list contains many prestigious labels and famous producers, but the focus has always been quality and ease of use. Our wine menu is presented using the latest technology which makes choosing the perfect wine for every budget, occasion or food pairing unintimidating, easy and fun and our staff will guide you to something new and unique, or a trusted favorite, ensuring your choice will enhance the dining experience. *Guests must be 18+ to dine. Enjoy a family-friendly dining experience at MATCH Eatery and Public House.

Chef Shelley Robinson


Shelley Robinson is currently working at Grand Villa as Executive Chef. She also works as a chef instructor at Vancouver Community College teaching and mentoring students in the foundation and apprenticeship programs. Educated at Dubrelle French Culinary Academy and Vancouver Community College, Chef Shelley spent 18 years in Alberta, co-authored four cookbooks was owner/operator of two restaurants a Café and an Artisan Grocery store. As an outspoken Slow Food member Chef Shelley spent many years cultivating and developing relationships with local, sustainable suppliers and was a Canadian delegate for Slow Food Canada in Turin Italy.

Shelley recently won the Food Network’s Chopped Canada and was a competitor on the Food Network’s season 4 Top Chef Canada. A regular TV and radio personality in Vancouver, Shelley spends her leisure time sourcing and foraging local seasonal foods, cooking for her friends and family, traveling, skiing, kayaking and dining out. Read the article written about her on Where Edmonton Magazine

“The monstrous ‘Tomahawk’ pork chop was a thick, glistening piece of succulent Berkshire pork. The meat was richer and moister than farm-factory hogs. Thanks to the Josper oven’s smoke, one more layer was added to the multiple flavours of the chop and its chopped apple/pork belly topping.” (Read the full review)
–Edmonton Sun

“…if you are in for business/pleasure etc., and want to impress someone, this is totally the place to do it!”
–Colin L. Vancouver (Atlas Kamloops)

“The service was impressive and provided by staff who seemed to genuinely care about the quality of your dining experience.”
–Guardian A. Kamloops (Atlas Kamloops)