Brunch

Arteastiq Launches Exciting New Afternoon Tea and Revamped Menu

Arteastiq Boutique Tea House has always been home to creative art jamming and the kind of deliciously satifsying food that compliments its well-acclaimed collection of flavoured and speciality teas.

This new season, guests will delight in the refreshing flavours and tantalizing dishes from Arteastiq with the launch of their exciting new menu.

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Executive Chef Firdauz Nasir drives the culinary innovation for the revamped menu. Showcasing over 15 brand new dishes that features old-school culinary techniques with fresh seasonal ingredients, the updated menu also sees enhanced and beloved Arteastiq dishes among others.

The new Afternoon Treats (high-tea set $48 for 2), which became available this month, has been a tremendous success for Arteastiq. Guests responded very favourably to the unique twist on French sweet and savoury delicacies presented in a 2-tier “bird cage” stand.

New lunch items include The Fawn and the Wilderness ($38) a French-style venison sirloin flambéed with Suntory Kakubin Kuro whisky, served with coriander salsa verde, broccolini and sautéed cherry tomatoes; Symphony from the East ($23) is chef’s take on the salted egg yolk fad, using capellini pasta tossed with house-made salted egg cream and a hint of Thai basil, served with fresh prawns in salted egg yolk dip and croutons on the side.

The comforting Salmon Wellington named The Royal Princess ($27) which is also found on the dinner menu, is a twist of the classic dish created with atlantic salmon wrapped in puff pastry with mushroom capers pate, served with Thai slaw asparagus and lemon butter sauce; protein entrees include The Prince of Gascony ($28) a decadent Duck Confit served with red cabbage, roasted sweet potatoes and cherry beef au jus; Knights of the Round ($25) the traditional Cordon Bleu – breaded and baked chicken leg wrapped in ham and cheese; and the French Affection ($38) featuring 280g of Black Angus ribeye steak served with sautéed spinach, foie gras and sweet potato fries.

The new menu also features light bites and starters such as the craveable Truffle Sweet Potato Fries ($15); Renaissance ($22) tomatoes and cheese – roma and cherry tomatoes, burrata, spinach, garlic croutons and balasmic dressing; and appetising salads like Geisha Whispers ($16) – Soba Salad with smoked salmon, Japanese cucumber, cherry tomatoes in aged shoyu dressing and Atlantic Dance ($18) – Sautéed Octopus Salad with baby red radish, crispy sweet potato and popping candy tossed in capers dressing.

Arteastiq‘s dramatic desserts have also received a seasonal upgrade, with the Mount Etna’s Peak ($13) – showcasing crisp chocolate triangle filled with Valrhona chocolate mousse, paired with Yuzu gelato and berries coulis; and Pulse of Passion ($13) – crepes served with vanilla chantilly cream, berries compote, chocolate sauce and two scoops of premium gelato of your choice.

In addition, The New York Connection ($15) Brioche French Toast is now filled with brie cheese and topped with smoked maple turkey bacon, served with vanilla gelato and macadamia nuts, which is a perfect blend of sweet and savoury.

While enjoying the delights of the new menu, Arteastiq guests can relax in the cozy and soothing ambience of the boutique tea house and sip away peacefully with the amazing selection of speciality tea – including this new Fizzy Earl Grey Honey Tea ($11) served with popping candy and lavender sprig.

Arteastiq Boutique Tea House (Mandarin Gallery – Flagship)

Address: 333A Orchard Road, #04-14/15 333A, Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238867

Tel: +65 6235 8370

Opening Hours: Weekday 11am to 10:30pm, Weekend 10am to 10:30pm

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Arteastiq Plaza Singapura (2nd Outlet)

Address: 68 Orchard Rd #03-70/72, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839

Tel: +65 6336 0951

Opening Hours: Daily 10am to 10pm

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