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Museo

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Museo has embraced the bold move of combining a luxury high tea salon which undergoes a smooth transition into a sleek bar and casual fine dining restaurant . Diners get the best of both worlds, they would be able to enjoy the classic range of brunch and signature teas popularized.

Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 22:00

Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 01:00

Sun: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 67348066
$49 based on 41 submissions
After Work (19 votes), Anniversary (16 votes), Nice Deco (15 votes)
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Great place to dine!

Tried a couple of dishes from in MUSEO. It was a wonderful experience, with good services and nice ambience. This is a place good for friends gathering as there's a private dinning room for reservation. An artistic dining area suitable for couple and most of all, definitely a place for business meetings if you are bringing high net worth clients!   MUST TRY: Mezzanine Set, where you can customise by choosing 4 dishes like roasted pork belly, mango prawns, soft shell crabs and others served in delicate glass jars.   1) Pan Roasted Cod Fillet The Cod Fillet was tender, smooth with the right taste that comes together with a baked scallop. Portion was just nice. Worth a try!    2) Ginger Spiced Tea and Lemon Grass Tea Was feeling unwell and ordered hot Lemon Grass Tea. You could taste the fresh lemon grass when you drink the tea. Drink it hot ! And the Ginger Spiced Tea really makes me feel better! The teas are all freshly made!   3) Creamy Asparagus Soup I love this soup, served hot with with all roasted bacon and herbs and it's not so creamy. 

Amazing dinner! Highly recommended!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Mezzanine Signature14 votes
  • Pan Roasted Cod Fillet6 votes
  • roast pork4 votes
  • Cordon Bleu2 votes
  • Kurobuta Pork Rib Eye2 votes
  • Spiced Ginger Tea2 votes
  • baked salmon2 votes
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• 13 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

A little overpriced

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A good wide range from the menu. But for the price we paid and ambience of the place, I must say that the chef and team have to step up on the culinary skills more. Nothing quite special happen on our tastebuds but more of curious at the start by reading the menu. But the ambience was great and detailed, however wrong background music with a unflowy playlist jumping genre to genre.
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• 03 Oct 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

Over priced, poor quality, poor service

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It used to be a nice restaurant, unfortunately it has become one of the worst places @ Sentosa Cove.

Dishes were not fresh and over priced. Avoid the pork at all cost as my friend was even sick all nignt long.

Wine was not drinkable. Evern the waiter apologised for having served a spoiled wine. Unfortunately the next bottle of house wine was even worse therefore we had no choice but to drink ice water.

Service was slow, took 25 minutes to get the first drink which was not drinkable anyway! Waiters were poorly traineda and not professional.

Ambience - music, were terrible. Noisy and poor quality song.

Last but not least, you will notice when you enter the restaurant that it is not clean. Dusty cardboard and boxed on the ground floor like if you entered a ware house.

Amazing how restaurnants can turn for the worst in Singapore. I went there 18 months ago and it was great. Came back and it was one of the worst restaurants I have ever experienced in this small town but still costs SGD60 per pax!

To sum up: don't waiste your money, time and health maybe...
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• 28 Apr 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Great place to dine!

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Tried a couple of dishes from in MUSEO. It was a wonderful experience, with good services and nice ambience. This is a place good for friends gathering as there's a private dinning room for reservation. An artistic dining area suitable for couple and most of all, definitely a place for business meetings if you are bringing high net worth clients!   MUST TRY: Mezzanine Set, where you can customise by choosing 4 dishes like roasted pork belly, mango prawns, soft shell crabs and others served in delicate glass jars.   1) Pan Roasted Cod Fillet The Cod Fillet was tender, smooth with the right taste that comes together with a baked scallop. Portion was just nice. Worth a try!    2) Ginger Spiced Tea and Lemon Grass Tea Was feeling unwell and ordered hot Lemon Grass Tea. You could taste the fresh lemon grass when you drink the tea. Drink it hot ! And the Ginger Spiced Tea really makes me feel better! The teas are all freshly made!   3) Creamy Asparagus Soup I love this soup, served hot with with all roasted bacon and herbs and it's not so creamy. 

Amazing dinner! Highly recommended!
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