What’s so unique about Arteastiq? Well, how often do you find an eatery which caters to your artistic needs?? Wine and dine or enjoy a spot of tea while creating your masterpiece. You even get a drink on the house while you paint your worries away. This is such a perfect date idea for anyone looking to explore their artistic expressions!
What I Had
The Prince of Monte Carlo-ShortRibs Croque Monsieur ($29). What is it? A satisfying brioche toast stuffed with shredded beef short ribs, cheese and a sunny side up to top it all off.
Craving for something meaty, I had the French Affection Ribeye ($34) which entailed a succulent 280g ribeye with foie gras and sweet potato chips with a dash of rock salt for a kick.
Having a soft spot for milk teas, I got the Ginger Spiced Milk Tea ($11.50) to finish off my meal. Smooth-bodied without being too intense, and served with adorable little two-bite cookies, I found this to be thoroughly gratifying.
What I Loved
The sophisticated charm Arteastiq oozes along with the affordability of its fine dining atmosphere are unbeatable. I finally have a secret hideout to plunge into a cosmos of fine teas together with exquisite desserts.
Mandarin Gallery, #04-14/15 333A
Orchard Road, Singapore 238867
Weekdays: 11AM – 10:30PM
Weekends: 10AM – 10:30PM