Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 22:00
Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 01:00
Sun: 11:30 - 22:00
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.
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From the very same people who brought you Arteastiq Boutique Tea House, their newest foray into the local dining scene- MUSEO sports a decidedly swankier and classier appeal, incorporating both a restaurant and barroom with one of today's most luxurious postal codes- Quayside Isle on Sentosa Island.
Pronounced as 'MOO-ZAY-O', which is Museum in Italian, MUSEO boasts of a ritzy interior, with rough-cut concrete walls, plush comfy seating as well as an integrated social painting studio (known as Art Jam at Arteastiq), a stunning view of the Marina and a picturesque sunset to boot. Accompanied by specially selected house music, MUSEO seeks to whisk you off into an idyllic respite where the mind can relax and the soul is at ease.
The first-of-its-kind, MUSEO presents a whole new dining concept of 'Dine-In-A-Cup' where signatures of Pan Roast Cod Fillet $33 and Two-way Lamb $35 are served in tasteful glass holders, adding on to the overall snazzy appeal of this place.
For a more intimate touch, diners are allowed to customize their very own Mezzanine set by choosing up to 4 out of 12 specially concocted Chef creations for $39. Alternatively, you could leave it to the expertise of Chef Yip and his team and order their Mezzanine Signatures, which includes 4 recherché selections for $38.
The gimmicky concept of Specialty Tea Sets has also been brought over from Arteastiq and diners will recognise the similar presentation of the teapot, glass cup, biscotti and shot of syrup, all served neatly in a row on a dark wood tray with a tea menu which includes old favourites and new refreshing concoctions of Fruit, Floral and Ginger teas.
Another drinks feature is their Specialty Cocktails menu with an extensive array of teas infused with alcohols and dietary organic cocktails for the health nut in you.
During the weekends from 1.30pm-5pm, High-Tea Buffet is also offered here with intercontinental dishes, afternoon treats, desserts and a choice of Arteastiq's specialty tea sets for $48 per pax, giving you the perfect excuse to escape the bustling city life and enjoy the peaceful calm of the Quayside Isle after a long work week.
To the management of Museo,
I am terribly disappointed and abhorred by the ethics of which Museo works with. I have started planning and liaising with Morgan as early as May for our event in Dec. I have expressed my interests many times and even asked for Morgan's help to secure the agreed time and date for my group. To further enhance our interest to host our event there, we even went down in our smaller group and spent $600 there. Before we left, I even double confirmed our desire for the actual event. Only to get an EMAIL from Morgan stating that the date is no longer available today. Is this the work ethics of Museo? To double book and then turn down a client based on the deal size without even having the decency nor sincerity to call in person?
Such ethics is the worst of service industry in Singapore and I deeply regret having initiated such an exchange with Museo in the first place - no service nor sincerity. I strongly advise whomever who wishes to plan for an event here to avoid this place, as you may have to cancel your event last minute with just an email and not even an apology.
So much for being a fine dining restaurant.
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.