Arteastiq Bistro & Bar Plaza Singapura is making headway in Singapore with its pioneering blend of tea house culture, international cuisine, and art jam concept. Already established in Orchard, Arteastiq Bistro & Bar now has a second site further east down Orchard Road, at Plaza Singapura in Dhoby Ghaut. This all adds up to guests having even more options when it comes to taking in one of the most distinctive restaurant concepts in the city. Arteastiq Bistro & Bar Plaza Singapura has a lot of room in its stylish new space, but with the brand always attracting a lot of custom, we strongly recommend a reservation.
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We went there for a afternoon tea. We got a sofa seat by the window. Very very nice. They have a large variety of drinks to choose from. All look very attractive.
as always a pleasant restaurant to visit for a nice afternoon tea. the couch seats are always very comfortable and spacious.
Black, white, and gold accents characterise the decor at Arteastiq Bistro & Bar’s new outlet at Plaza Singapura, at the Dhoby Ghaut station end of Orchard Road, maintaining the chain’s reputation for impeccable taste. This sense of style extends to the inspired menu, vast range of boutique teas, and unique art jam concept. Here, Singapore’s diners, always on the lookout for something new and exciting, can enjoy the fantastic international cuisine on offer, then retire to the adjacent art jam studio for a little sociable creative expression. Indeed, Arteastiq Bistro & Bar Plaza Singapura is above all dedicated to the shared experience of fine food, delicate drink, and the power of art.
The menu at Arteastiq Bistro & Bar’s new Plaza Singapura premises is typical of the brand. Refined, international dishes divided creatively along unusual lines. Entrees and sides are listed under the heading The Lighter Sides of Love, and include the Scandinavian-Asian fusion dish the creative chefs like to call the Nordic Lights Soba Salad, a melange of greens, smoked salmon, soba noodles, cherry tomatoes and an Asian vinaigrette. Dividing main courses according to gender, a highlight from the list of Ladies Affairs is the Summer in Provence, a cocotte of seared foie gras and baked eggs with a demi-glace sauce, country bread and greens. Heartier, red-blooded males will turn to the Gentlemans Dinner selection for sustenance, wading forth into generous portions of the Viking’s Prime chicken Frikandel with potato rosti or The French Connection, NZ Black Angus striploin with sweet potato fries and a poached egg with Bernaise. From Orchard to Dhoby Ghaut, Arteastiq Bistro & Bar Plaza Singapura stands as an ambitious role model for Singapore’s other teahouse-restaurants.