Crafted with culinary ingenuity, Antoinette offers a complete all-day dining experience with an extensive menu that encompasses classic regional French savory specialties as well as luxurious pastries and confectionery. continue reading
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Reservations taken only for lunch & dinner
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Blinis with Strawberry Compote Peach Melba Crepe
Review (17)
Level4 2014-03-02
Lovely weekend and had my favourite strawberry shortcake and a cup of my favourite latte here at Antonette. Restaurant is very cosy, quiet and comfortable. Service is prompt and friendly too. Shortcake sponge is very soft and moist, with generous amount of thick slice strawberries topped on it. The fresh vanilla cream is very smooth and not too sweet, which this entire mini cake really impress my taste bud. The coffee latte is fragrant and full of the thick coffee fragrant, and is not too bitter. For less than $20 is consider very affordable. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-30
For pictures and full review, pls visit:http://madamechewy.com/2013/08/04/antoinette-afternoon-tea-set/Antoinette has been around for quite some time, tantalizing diners’ taste buds with their extensive menu. In December 2011, Antoinette finally launched an afternoon tea set menu, served only at Penhas and Palais branches from 2-5pm on weekdays.As with the all the other branches, Antoinette Palais décor encompasses strong Parisian influences, and is sophisticated and elegant.High Tea Set Menu is priced at $60++ for 2 persons, which includes a sumptuous variety of savories and sweets, along with 2 servings of coffee, tea (refillable), hot chocolate or juices. This works out to about $35/pax after GST and service charge, which I felt was a tad pricy for the slightly above average quality of the food, and inattentive service.Osmanthus tea: A beautifully crafted sencha that has enchanting scent of summer-fresh flowers and the taste of ripe nectarines. Maofeng green tea is used as a base for this osmanthus flower blend. The tea had a light a delicate aroma.The bottom tier comprises of sweet pastries and delectable savories:-Petit finger sandwich of yuzu crab mimosa-Foie gras terrine on toasted brioche with peach chutney-Petit seafood bouchees-Almond croissant-Petit Pain au chocolate-Hazelnut swirlMore delightful savories on the middle tier:- Croissant filled with Serrano ham and Swiss Gruyere cheese- Petit pain au lait with pink shrimp cocktail-Smoke salmon profiterole with dill Chantilly-Pita Pockets filled with smoke duck breast with pommery mustardDainty cakes and pastries on the top tier:-Assorted petit macaron-Petit Versailles (flourless chocolate sponge with 55% dark chocolate)-Pear tart amandine-Praline profiteroleThe savories fared much better than the sweets, which came as a surprised to me as Antoinette bakes superb cakes. Overall the food was decent, but it certainly didn’t wow. On a positive note, the set was filling and everything came in pairs (some places only have 1 serving of a certain items), so there was no need to trouble ourselves to cut anything into half.M wasn’t too hungry so she had a Nougatine Sundae($9): Praline ice cream with hazelnut nougatine, salty caramel and caramelized filo pastry. I nipped a little from her and it sent me straight to heaven. I will definitely visit Antoinette again just to have one whole cup to myself! continue reading
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I visited the Palai Rennaisance outlet on a Saturday afternoon for some cakes. I am a lover for pretty cakes and garden-like setting so this one really hits me in the centre. Such a pretty restaurant.. With royal-like cushions and seats, I felt instantly like a princess!Meet Chantilly ($9, below), one of the cakes in Antoinette's 2013 collection. It is made of passionfruit creme and sweetened vanilla meringue, and a slice of banana hid in the crust. I am a big fan of anything that has fruits so this gets my thumbs up for being sweet and fruity.Le Royale ($9, below) is a combination a dark chocolate mousse, almond meringue, hazelnut almond feuilletine, chocolate genoise and dark rum. In layman terms, it's a chocolate and hazelnut cake. This is for the chocolate lover as the chocolate was very rich and dense. The base was a hazelnut almond feuilletine which was akin to thin crispy waffles. Overall, the texture was rich and crispy. It was like eating a chocolate cake and hazelnut waffle biscuit.This place was quite empty during a Saturday afternoon. Considering the whole of Singapore was in Orchard on a weekend, I think this is a great place to escape the crazy crowds for a nice afternoon tea. continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-14
Came to Antoinette for dinner and conclude that they have very average main dishes but nice desserts!Nice Menu View from our seatsMy main dish - Gnocchi Cabonara. I couldn't finish it because it is way too creamy and I feel sick after eating a few mouth.. I have always been a huge fan of carbonara but this isn't very nice and appealing. The only good thing is the poached egg. My friend had the Antoinette breakfast set. Which is quite average. We had Antoinette Cake as desserts and this is fabulous!! The chocolate mousse is really nice and this is one of the nicest cakes i had in my life. ALthough it cost SGD $9++ ( quite pricey ), I will definitely come back for this! continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-12
Antoinette is no stranger to Singapore social media media and many food reviews. The owner, Chef Pang Kok Keong has started this business at the right time and earned its name with an unique class of its own. The interior decoration and also the furniture such as the chairs, tables and cutlery are at the high-end side. The cutlery and napkins are labelled with the classic gold letter “A”. The serving staff were well-dressed and polite manners. Every bits of the restaurant brings out the feeling of high-end French restaurant.We ordered Club Honey Baked Ham sandwich @ $15.00. The sandwich comes with honey backed ham slices, omelette, mayonnaise, plump tomatoes,potato chips, fresh lettuce and petit salad with house dressing. The presentation is as good as its taste.Seafood Alio Olio @ $26.00. The spaghetti comes with mussels, scallops, squids, prawn cooked in white wine sauce with olive oil, chilli and Italian parsley. The seafood size are quite jumbo which makes the overall spaghetti worth its value.Dessert choice was Chocolicieux @ S$9.00. Chocolate ice-cream with chocolate crumble and dark chocolate pieces. Sinful and yummy I would say.The crepe was nicely done. The combination of cold and hot does the wonder. Overall dinner was pleasant with quiet surrounding at Palais Renaissance. It was a good decision to have dinner at this branch as no many people in the restaurant. I think partly due to the location is further away from the Orchard mrt station. Customers would prefer to go to Mandarin Gallery branch instead as the location is near to a MRT station. continue reading
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