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Let them eat cake. Or pastries, desserts, and chocolatey goodness in general, all washed down with boutique teas in Antoinette’s French salon-inspired cafe-bistro venue on Penhas Road, minutes from Lavender on the borderlands between Kallang and Rochor. Chef Pang Kok Keong’s upscale French bakery, tea room and dessert restaurant concept is a surefire winner for Singapore’s sweet-toothed diners, but there’s also savoury-sweet items on the menu to keep things balanced – sous vide salmon with a white chocolate hollandaise sauce, braised Wagyu beef brisket with mustard and dark chocolate. Beverages like the hot chocolate yuzu with marshmallow or the early grey tea-infused hot chocolate with croissant croutons slake the most salacious of thirsts. A truly unique proposition in the city, Antoinette gets our indulgently royal seal of approval.
The atmosphere and food is good, toilet needs major work, service is slow.
The desserts are good to look and taste yummy too b
Always find ourselves floating back to this quiet romantic spot of delectable coffee, simple breads (which look run of the mill, but taste extraordinary!!!! ).... warm and friendly service always. Albeit short weekday breakfast date, it was well treasured by myself and my better half. Can’t wait to return for a weekend brunch!
Antoinette would also love to welcome you to their other outlet - Antoinette Mandarin Gallery
Few names in Singapore are as closely associated with the salted egg yolk trend as Antoinette is, but that shouldn’t be the only reason for you to check it out on Penhas Road. Situated within the cluster of cafes close to Lavender MRT station, Antoinette is the brainchild of chef Pang Kok Keong who has married his French culinary background with his Singaporean roots in this upscale French bakery, tea room and dessert restaurant concept.
While Antoinette is a surefire winner for sweet-toothed diners, there are also savoury-sweet items on the menu to keep things balanced – sous vide salmon with a white chocolate hollandaise sauce, braised Wagyu beef brisket in red wine, and sauteed-mushrooms-and-ham-filled crepes in a Swiss Gruyere cheese gratin. Beverages like the hot chocolate yuzu with marshmallow or the early grey tea-infused hot chocolate with croissant croutons slake the most salacious of thirsts. Come down to Antoinette for a divine gastronomic treat the last queen of France would have approved of. Just remember to book ahead at this Lavender gem to avoid disappointment.