Antoinette would also love to welcome you to their other outlet - Antoinette - Penhas
Dine like royalty in Singapore at Antoinette, a Parisian pâtisserie and salon de thé will, serving up meticulously crafted cakes, pastries and other French favourites. A haven for francophiles, Antoinette has a few branches in the city-state, and you’ll find one inside the Mandarin Gallery shopping centre in the heart of Singapore’s shopping belt. The perfect place for a romantic date or a spot of lunch before hitting the shops, spaces Antoinette can fill up quickly – book a table now to avoid disappointment.
I've been here a few times. Food is very good esp their desserts. Love their tea and service as well. Most imptly I love their decor. Its usually quite empty most of the time.
Fantastic experience can't wait to try for the mbs one, chocolate that tastes v different from Royce n others, handcrafted masterpieces with touches of liqueur
Inspired by Marie Antoinette, the last queen of France who was often revered for her lavish tastes, Antoinette is a Parisian-style patisserie found inside the Mandarin Gallery shopping mall on Orchard Road. Whether it's to try some classic French fare, or indulge in an extravagant cake or freshly-made pastry, Antoinette is the perfect place, with its opulent decor inspired by the chic brasseries of Paris. Go for an all day breakfast option like the smoked duck breast with your choice of egg, tuck into some freshly-made blini pancake with blueberries, maple syrup and creme chantilly, or go all out with options like the traditional beef bourguignon (braised wagyu brisket in red wine served with pomme puree and seasonal vegetables).
Be sure to leave room for more, because Antoinette’s exquisite sweets will blow you over, all made completely from scratch by Chef Pang who combines traditional techniques with creativity. We recommend trying the Saint Honore L'amour – choux pastry with rose petal cream, strawberry compote, fresh raspberry, fresh rose petals, almond tart and a rose petal glaze. For French indulgence in Singapore, make a reservation at Antoinette inside the Mandarin Gallery on Orchard Road.