#04-14/15, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, 238897
+65 62358370
+65 90680649

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 22:30

Sat & Sun: 10:00 - 22:30

$26 based on 123 submissions
High Tea (46 votes), Quiet (39 votes), Chillout (36 votes) ...

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.

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  • ginger tea 11 votes
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  • apple cake 2 votes
  • duck breast wraps\r\nmao shan wang gelato 2 votes
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  • Apple & Orange cakes 1 vote
  • Chocolate Muffin 1 vote
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  • Cocospoon with steamed milk 1 vote
  • Coffee Chocolate 1 vote
  • Cointreau Menta Lemongrass Tea 1 vote
  • Curry Chicken Wrap 1 vote
  • Duck Breast Wrap 1 vote
  • Duck breast wraps Mao Shan Wang Gelato 1 vote
  • Earl grey + Lavender tea 1 vote
  • French Kiss 1 vote
  • French Monet (Tea with sorbet) 1 vote
  • French rose tea 1 vote
  • Iced Pomelo Tea 1 vote
  • Lemongrass Tea 1 vote
  • Lychee Tea 1 vote
  • Pomelo Tea 1 vote
  • Pomelo Tea (cold) Mint Lemongrass Tea (cold) 1 vote
  • Prata Wrap 1 vote
  • The Flying Carpet 1 vote
  • Trinity 1 vote
  • Wagyu Beef Wrap 1 vote
  • Wagyu beef prata wraps 1 vote
  • apple orange cakes 1 vote
  • aroura 1 vote
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  • lychee tea (cold) 1 vote
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Latest Review for Arteastiq Boutique Tea House

Overall RatingBased on 105 reviews
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Arteastiq New Afternoon Tea and Menu Updates

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 3 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 189

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Arteastiq has recently unveiled a brand new afternoon tea lineup, as well as tweaked their main menu. This time, the focus is on local produce, and items are also made fresh daily, in-house.

Known for its sophisticated elegant setting, artisanal teas and art jamming, Arteastiq is a stunning venue to relax over a meal or exquisite teas.

Arteastiq’s refreshed afternoon tea set, presented on a 2-tier bird cage stand, is certainly Instagram-worthy, and also perfect for a têteàtête.

Savory morsels include Vol Au Vent (mushroom capers pastry), Panini Morsi (foie gras with pommery mustard spread, sandwich between toasted brioche), Viva Duck (smoked suck with argula salad and horse radish mayo wrapped in tortilla) and Smoked Salmon with micro salad, cream cheese mousse, topped with fried shallots. My favorite was the Vol Au Vent, where fragrant mushrooms sit in buttery puff pastry, enhanced with arugula spears and extra virgin olive oil.

Nibble on dainty sweet treats such as Arteastiq’s unique Salted Egg Macaron with chewy coffee macaron shell or Pineapple Upside-Down Cake, which is essentially vanilla sponge with caramelized pineapple and maraschino cherries. The deconstructed Matcha Cheesecake could do with more intense green tea flavours; it’s other components, such popping candy and cookies crumble, inject an element of surprise and texture into the otherwise average dessert. Another highlight is the Chocolate Truffle, where a whole macadamia nut lies hidden within valrhona dark chocolate ganache

What really impressed me is the Afternoon Tea Set’s quality and affordability. Its only $48++ for 2 pax, and that price includes 2 beverages, which are worth $11 each.

We also sampled a couple of new inclusions that recently joined the collection of tantalizing offerings in Arteastiq’s main menu.

To start, munch on Atlantic Dance, a hearty salad of fresh sautéed octopus and mesclun, will captivate your taste buds. The salad is further elevated with baby red radish slices, feta cheese and crunchy sweet potato chips. Popping candy makes another appearance here, which lends a hint of sweetness and adds intrigue to this starter.

Carnivores will relish The Fawn And The Wilderness where the original flavors of young deer are embraced. In order to retain the authentic gamy flavors of the venison, the chef approaches take a light-handed approach towards its seasoning, which comprises of salt and rosemary. The tender meat is complemented with classic coriander salsa verde, sautéed cherry tomatoes and broccolini.

If you prefer something lighter, there’s Mermaid’s Blush, a dish of pan seared snapper accompanied with arugula and a medley of 4 different varieties of earthy mushrooms.

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Food/Drink 3 | Value 2 | Ambience 4 | Service 1
Total Reviews: 2

Ambience is good, nice tea that can only be half refilled once (told by the waitress). Which actually dampens the mood for us. Food was decent but portion is slightly small. Had the chicken Gordon bleu and a pasta. fries is unique as they use sweet potatoes instead of the usual. Went off to other place without dessert due to poor service. Wonder how expensive can hot water cost for tea refill. Hahas. A worth a try only cafe imo.

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Long wait for cold food

Food/Drink 1 | Value 1 | Ambience 1 | Service 1
Total Review: 1

Food is overrated and overpriced.

Went to the plaza sing outlet with 3 girl friends to celebrate a birthday but left there disappointed

The "best mushroom soup in the world" is served cold & only half a bowl - totally not worth the price tag of $12.

Short rib croque monsieur - the brioche is burnt and dry.

Striploin - requested for medium well but was served rare. Had to send it back for redo and end up with a well done steak with cold fries. (The kitchen just cook the steak without keeping the rest of plate warm) 

Cordon blue chicken - first time I seen that mashed potatoes can go wrong. It was dry and the sauce was congealed within the shot glass. 

Salmon Wellington - overcooked and the caper sauce has split, giving an awful aftertaste. The saving grace was it was the only dish that came in hot. 

Service staff was friendly when they are at your table respondong to the table service bell but totally ignore you if you waved to them. 

IMO Food is cold because the wooden plate does not help to retain heat and the iPad ordering system creates a communication lapse time between kitchen and service. 

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