Arteastiq - Mandarin Gallery

Orchard Road · International · $$$$
298 Reviews

About Arteastiq - Mandarin Gallery

The art of British high tea is popular throughout Asia, and in Singapore, fans of the form can’t go past Arteastiq’s Boutique Tea House, to be found in a very imperious setting at the Mandarin Gallery along Orchard Road. With a name suggesting the intersection between the art of teasing and the art of tea that makes you tick, Arteastiq caters to discerning tea-drinkers looking for a modern tea lounge that preserves the sensibilities of the European salon, but with the brand always attracting a lot of custom, we strongly recommend a reservation.

Check out Arteastiq’s menus below!.

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Arteastiq - Mandarin Gallery
333A Orchard Road #04-14/15 Mandarin Gallery
Singapore 238867

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 10:00 pm
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
11:00 am - 10:00 pm

Chef's Choice



Sweet Potato Fries

Served with horseradish aioli

Artisan Bread Basket

Assortment of home-made bread served with salted butter, jam and mushroom capers pâte

The Lioness - Meats and Cheese

Turkey ham, smoked salmon, smoked duck, brie cheese, grana podano shave served with honey mustard & waffle crackers


Geisha Whispers - Soba Salad

Cold soba noodles, aged shoyu dressing, smoked salmon, Japanese cucumber, cherry tomatoes, red onion and sesame seeds

Atlantic Dance - Octopus Salad

Sautéed octopus, baby red radish and capers dressing, served with crispy sweet potatoes and popping candy and garnished with mesclun

Renaissance - Tomatoes & Cheese

Roma tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, burrata, spinach, garlic croutons and balsamic dressing


Allegory of Love - Chicken and Waffles

Asian marinated fried chicken salad (mesclun salad & red radishes) tossed with lime vinaigrette on home-made waffles, served with creme fraiche, maple syrup and purple coleslaw

Knights of the Round - Cordon Bleu

Breaded & baked chicken leg wrapped with turkey ham and cheddar cheese, served with purple coleslaw, sweet potato fries and truffle gravy

The Royal Princess - Salmon Wellington

Atlantic salmon wrapped in puff pastry with Mushroom Capers pâte, served with Thai slaw asparagus salad and lemon butter sauce

French Affection - Ribeye

280g Black angus ribeye steak served with sautéed spinach, foie gras, and crispy sweet potato chips


Boston Love Boat - Ciponio

Medley of the seas (baby octopus, salmon meat, scallop & prawns) in clay pot, baked with en feuillantine and served with arugula salad

Bronzino's Touch - Buratta Brunch

Salmon belly, avocado, pomegranate, bacon, toast, roma tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, burrata, spinach, garlic croutons and balsamic dressing

The Fawn and The Wilderness - Venison Sirloin

Venison Sirloin served with suntory kakubin kuro, coriander salsa verde, broccolini, and sautéed cherry tomatoes


Stranger's Poetry

Deconstructed Matcha Cheesecake with a twist in presentation; separated layers of traditional cheesecake to bite-size servings

The Professional

Coffee-dipped Savoiardi layered with whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, cheese, and marsala wine, dusted with cocoa powder

Mount Etna's Peak

Crisps Chocolate triangle filled with Valrhona chocolate mousse, served with yuzu gelato and berries coulis

Menu (General)

Dinner Menu

Every Day - All Day
Having a party?

Organising a party? Want to stay longer? Have a special request?

Further Information

Take a look at Arteastiq’s a la carte and afternoon tea menus!Singapore has long been a crossroads between east and west, the classic and the contemporary. Indeed, these cultures and epochs meet at Arteastiq Boutique Tea House, located in Orchard Road’s Mandarin Gallery. Tea, of course, is an ancient Asian tradition. Taken up centuries ago by the European aristocracy, the concept of high tea has wound its way back to the origin of tea, the east, where tea aficionados enjoy their tipple (both traditional brews and teas with a contemporary twist) seated on modern lounge furniture, designed by Marxx, but reminiscent of 17th and 18th century designs.

Fruit teas, English floral teas, Chinese, and Japanese teas, dessert teas, and even alcoholic teas jostle for elbow space alongside sweet and savoury delicacies on Arteastiq’s crowded menu. And we can’t forget the crowds that flock to Singapore’s latest rave – the patented Arteastiq Art Jam. It’s a novel concept whereby customers can sip their tea together while tapping into their inner creative. Reservations are recommended.

298 Arteastiq - Mandarin Gallery Reviews

MC C.14 days ago · 1 review

Pleased with the quality of food and service. Polite and non-intrusive staff who know the menu well. Great place for nice lunchtime conversations and afternoon tea. Will visit for dinner.

imgCherine S.a month ago · 3 reviews

Afternoon tea set worth the price with nice ambience. Good customer service!

imgSandra N.2 months ago · 2 reviews

Love their tea and their food. service is great too! some of their teas can be served cold. highly recommended if you are looking to spend a quiet day with a nice cup of tea to.

Seri M.3 months ago · 1 review

Always a great dining experience! Highly reccomended and definitely coming back again! Very good customer service and perfect ambience for those who likes some quiet time.

Irene N.2 years ago · 1 review

The restaurant ambience was awesome. My girlfriends and I got sofa seats (probably because we made a reservation 2 weeks beforehand). But probably we got the sofa seat, it was relatively hard to get the staff's attention to order our food, ended up we had to walk to them to order and another time to reorder because the order was forgotten. But the quality of the food will bring us back again. :) Food wise, it was really nice. All of us loved The Royal Princess-Salmon Wellington. It's a must try! :) Mushroom Soup was good too. I personally think that the gravy for Boston Love Boat-Ciponio can be a little more so we can dip our pastry into it. However the serving of the food will require a little wait. We love our beverages too! Hot Lychee tea and Hot Irish Cream Latte were good! Not recommended to order iced floral tea because the ice melts very fast and soon the tea got diluted. For 3 person, we ordered The Royal Princess-Salmon Wellington, "The Best Mushroom Soup in the world", Nordic lights-Soba Salad, Boston Love Boat-Ciponio, Iced Rose Tea, Hot Lychee Tea, Hot Irish Cream Latte & Etna's Peak.

imgMingda O.9 months ago · 1 review

Cozy ambience which would be great for catching up with friends. Reserved via Quandoo and was shown to our table immediately upon arrival slightly before the reservation time. Tea was great. Pot kept it warm for longer and my family preferred the main dishes over the High Tea set. The main dishes were excellent. Especially the Cordon Blu - the truffle sauce was immense. Place was baby friendly too, though you might just want to be mindful about the relatively large serving plates which took up all of the table space. Wouldn't want your kid to be able to have those within reach. We will be back for the main dishes again.

Liz N.a year ago · 1 review

We ordered chicken leg, capellini and scallop risotto, we like the food which were all well presented and taste good. However the service could be improved. We were given a seat facing the semi open kitchen divided by a glass panel. As the restaurant was pretty quiet, waiters are crowding around the kitchen chatting and laughing. Waitress not sure of the ingredients when asked. Waiters are arranging and dragging chairs noisily right behind me and service staff are chatting loudly at the presumably "punch card" machine besides us. In my opinion, the service will work well in a more casual family or youngster cafe but probably not here, where the Lightnings and food is more towards fine dining. Food is good but service standards definitely affects my dining experience there.

Valerie L.a year ago · 3 reviews

We walked in at about 8.20pm and there was a very strong smell coming from the kitchen due to their open concept. However we requested for a seat as far away as possible from the kitchen and they gladly obliged us and guided us to the big sofa seat facing the window. Once we were seated, time flew by in blissful and relaxed satisfaction. Great place to just sit back, chillax and space out even when we're in a group! *two thumbs up*

Vivi L.2 years ago · 1 review

Service = 2/6 (Not approachable and not friendly enough. When wanted to place our order like nobody care about us, called so many times yet to have any respond. When at payment also the same. So service charge we paid is for this kind of service? Hope can be improve in this. Although crowded and busy but also need to take note of customers who already inside the cafe.) Taste = 3.5/6 (Average taste depends on what food you ordered) Presentation Of The Food = 4/6 (The overall presentation is quite nicely display but the pate which use to serve the food way too huge? Which occupied the whole table for just 3 drinks, food came with no place to put?) Pricing = 1.5/6 (Too expensive for just 3 dine in, total bill = $98.25) Ambiance = 4/6 (Sofa is comfortable which is good for gatherings but the table are way too small for many foods.)

Jacqueline T.10 months ago · 5 reviews

We opted for the Palatable dinner set to share the starter and desert. For starters, we chose Geisha Whispers - Soba Salad. For desserts, we chose Mount Etna's Peak. Both were good. For Entrees, I had the Mermaid's Blush - Pan Seared Snapper and my friend had The Prince of Gascony - Duck Confit. We sampled each other's food and both dishes were good too. We also ordered Ginger Ginseng Tea, Pomelo Tea and Lychee Tea. I think I prefer the food more than the tea haha....

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