Arteastiq, Singapore’s innovative tea lounge, have certainly splashed out with their new venture. Centrally located at 31 Ocean Way, right on Quayside Isle, Museo combines Arteastiq’s tried-and-trusted high-tea salon experience with a bold new restaurant menu and barroom. There’s more: not only is Museo pioneering what it calls dining in a cup, a kind of culinary mini-sculpture where bite-sized morsels are served in glass jars – Museo also has a premium on the concept of combining dining with drawing, or painting for that matter. Museo is also a social painting studio, where customers are given canvas, unlimited art supplies and the invitation to let loose their inner artist. Not before tea, mind.
very good service, customers from another table requested to do the painting half an hr before the restaurant close and they are willing to still accept and delay closing timing for them.
Good environment, food quality is fantastic and service is excellent. Would try more of the mezzanine signature again.Would definitely go there again and recommend friends to go there.
Everything is perfect here. Great food, service and ambience. Perfect for couples or family.
Billing themselves as Art on the Isle, and with a name like Museo, you’d think you’d be in for a gallery experience. Well, you are, but not on an empty stomach. Located at Quayside Isle, 31 Ocean Way, in the Sentosa Cove area of Singapore, Museo is something of a hybrid. An initiative of Singapore’s popular Arteastiq, a modern high tea salon, Museo expands on the tea lounge experience to include both a restaurant and a barroom. And a social painting studio.
While afternoon tea remains a staple at Museo, the new venue on Quayside Isle in Sentosa Cove, Singapore, incorporates a restaurant that offers novel dining-in-a-cup mini-dishes, a la carte, set and premium menus, and a barroom with over 30 classic, reinvented, and signature cocktails. Then there’s Museo’s concept of the Art Jam. Here, tea-totallers, drinkers, and diners are given a canvas and art supplies and invited to get creative. It’s a phenomenon that has taken Museo’s Shanghai outlet by storm, and it’s set to get Singaporeans slinging paint, too.