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Arteastiq Boutique Tea House

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Arteastiq embodies the essence of luxurious living with its modern lounge and designer furniture by Marxx. One of a kind and never before in Asia, Arteastiq offers a unique tea experience; a sanctuary for city dwellers to retreat from the hustle and bustle of urban living.

Daily: 11.00 am - 11.00 pm

+65 62358705
$25 based on 113 submissions
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A good place for high tea

It is a good place to have high tea with friends to chit chat. The price is a bit steep but still affordable. The food is not outstanding but edible. The ambient is not exceptional but I like decorations, especially the chairs. The service has improved. We totally forgot about the dessert that time. And it was the staff who reminded us that before we left.   

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• 07 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

A good place for high tea

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It is a good place to have high tea with friends to chit chat. The price is a bit steep but still affordable. The food is not outstanding but edible. The ambient is not exceptional but I like decorations, especially the chairs. The service has improved. We totally forgot about the dessert that time. And it was the staff who reminded us that before we left.   
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• 26 Feb 2015 • 50 reviews • 0 follower

Extensive tea menu and delicious food dishes

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Tea lovers, rejoice! A boutique teahouse that offers an extensive range of tea. From English floral to Asian fusion, customers can enjoy high tea while overlooking the streets of Orchard. And if you're hungry, be sure to check out their food menu that comprises of brunch items and main course dishes. Lounging sofas and warm light creates a relaxing ambience perfect for an weekday afternoon laze. Although the food is served at an excruciating slow pace, I'm definitely coming back to try more from their tea menu.

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• 20 Nov 2014 • 46 reviews • 0 follower

Poor hygiene awareness, ambivalent service staff

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Poor Hygiene - the table next  to us left, with only one of the two diners used  the cutleries. After they left, the staff replaced only the ones used, and left the one unused set on the table. That is just poor hygiene. He should have replaced the cutleries. Period.
Ambivalent staff - another table asked for maple syrup, the staff plopped on their table an entire bottle of syrup instead of serving it in a small container. The diner then said they dont want corn syrup, which was served, the staff was not even aware what they used was NOT MAPLE SYRUP. But maple flavored corn syrup.

There is NO REASON to go back there again. And certainly no recommending anyone.
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