Breakfast at Arteastiq



I have always been attracted to Arteastiq because of their pretty décor and finally managed to convince Hubby to bring me there because there was a promotion. Hubby only thinks of Ippudo when he is at Mandarin Gallery.


We tried 2 mains from breakfast menu, which is available on weekdays 11am-2pm and on weekends 9am-2pm. We had drinks as well and find that Arteastiq excelled in their beverages, but not their breakfast fare.

The placed was rather packed and the lovely window seats were all taken up…..

nice seats-tile

Photo Credit: Arteastiq Facebook Page

…so we got the oh-so-boring seat 🙁


I had my favorite Iced Pomelo tea ($11), which I first chanced upon at Tea Bone China and have been addicted to ever since. Every time I visit any dining establishment by Arteastiq (another one is Museo), I will definitely order this.


Hubby had a Hot Cioccolata ($9). We both agree that the Roasted Hazelnut Hot Cioccolata is superior to the former.


The confectionery that came with the drinks tastes so fine!



Ante Meridiem ($20.80): Cheesy Potato Gratin with Salmon, topped with rockets. I like that the sliced potatoes are coated generously with rich creamy cheese sauce. Salmon portion is huge too 🙂



Prima Dawn ($19.80) Pan-fried potato-broccoli medallion, scrambled eggs and cheesy roasted tomato , with a choice of sausage or bacon. A heart breakfast for anyone with a big appetite!



All in all, the dishes we tried were not outstanding. Having been impressed by Museo and Tea Bone China’s afternoon tea, I expect Arteastiq’s afternoon tea to excite my taste buds. I shall be back again! And I have got to remember make a reservation for the window seats.

Arteastiq Boutique Tea House
Mandarin Gallery, #04-14/15
333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867
Tel: 6235 8370

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