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Antoinette (Penhas Road)

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Address: 30 Penhas Road

Antoinette is the Parisian style tea salon established by the Sugar Daddy Group, helmed by award winning pastry chef Pang Kok Keong. Named after the last queen of France, this cafe offers  meticulously crafted cakes, French pancakes, sandwiches, and main courses in an elegant environment.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 22:00

Fri: 11:00 - 23:00

Sat: 10:00 - 23:00

Sun & PH: 10:00 - 22:00

Eve of PH: 11:00 - 23:00

+65 62933121
$26 based on 98 submissions
High Tea (29 votes), Brunch (27 votes), Lunch (27 votes)
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Brunch in Paris

In Paris there is LaDuree, in Singapore, we have Antoinette. Interior - Antoinette was the only one restaurant which I knew and thought could make me feel that I was back to Paris especially with the Parisian style food and ambience. From the furniture, fittings, dessert counter, cutleries… everything reminded me of Paris. I really respect restaurant owners who put in effort to the interior design of their restaurants. To me, the interior is just like the exterior of a person – the first impression always counts. The first impression could sometimes determine if this is a good place to dine or not. Of course, food does matters, but one cannot deny that the interior plays a very important part. Well, if not, who would want to pay a premium to dine in a restaurant whereas hawker centers could also have better food right? Look at the branch at Palais Renaissance Food – I only tried the breakfast/brunch and desserts and I really liked it. They were not stingy with the portion. My personal favorite would be the French Toasts (in caramel and maple syrup sauce) and the one with ham and melted cheese. They were sinfully delicious and definitely worth the calories. I also like the Egg Florentine. That was the first dish that made me fall in love with Antoinette. It was simply unforgettable. The breakfast set came with pastries by the side – Parisian style! The petite cakes were good and they looked so exquisite, I would recommend the Mont Blanc and Antoinette (Milk Chocolate Mousse). Service – I realized that the Penhas Road branch was under –staff. The staffs were frantic and they looked inexperience, nevertheless, it didn't take too long for them to serve my food. They were just too busy. 

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• 07 Apr 2015 • 29 reviews • 0 follower

Brunch in Paris

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In Paris there is LaDuree, in Singapore, we have Antoinette. Interior - Antoinette was the only one restaurant which I knew and thought could make me feel that I was back to Paris especially with the Parisian style food and ambience. From the furniture, fittings, dessert counter, cutleries… everything reminded me of Paris. I really respect restaurant owners who put in effort to the interior design of their restaurants. To me, the interior is just like the exterior of a person – the first impression always counts. The first impression could sometimes determine if this is a good place to dine or not. Of course, food does matters, but one cannot deny that the interior plays a very important part. Well, if not, who would want to pay a premium to dine in a restaurant whereas hawker centers could also have better food right? Look at the branch at Palais Renaissance Food – I only tried the breakfast/brunch and desserts and I really liked it. They were not stingy with the portion. My personal favorite would be the French Toasts (in caramel and maple syrup sauce) and the one with ham and melted cheese. They were sinfully delicious and definitely worth the calories. I also like the Egg Florentine. That was the first dish that made me fall in love with Antoinette. It was simply unforgettable. The breakfast set came with pastries by the side – Parisian style! The petite cakes were good and they looked so exquisite, I would recommend the Mont Blanc and Antoinette (Milk Chocolate Mousse). Service – I realized that the Penhas Road branch was under –staff. The staffs were frantic and they looked inexperience, nevertheless, it didn't take too long for them to serve my food. They were just too busy. 
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• 25 Aug 2014 • 116 reviews • 0 follower

New Menu with price changes! Impressive All Day Breakfast!

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For full review & photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/05/all-day-breakfast-at-antoinette.html

I love the Antoinette's breakfast set! I can tell you this is the BEST Scrambled egg that i had among so many restaurants!!! It was so fluffy and smooth till now i still couldn't forget it... It was cooked very perfectly! Drool....  I don't like sausage so i requested to change into ham. They put cheese atop the ham that tasted so nice! It comes along with Basket of Viennoiseries below and a choice of Orange Juice/Coffee/Hot Chocolate.. Wonderful All Day Breakfast Set!

Overall the food & dessert at Antoinette was above average quality! Service was quite good when there was not so much crowd in the morning at Palais & Penhas outlet. Service at Mandarin Gallery was not very good.
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• 08 Aug 2014 • 17 reviews • 1 follower

New savoury menu

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Better known for their cakes, Antoinette has decided to revamp their menu. Presenting more savoury food choices, we liked the picture perfect Grand Garden of Antoinette ($30). Packed with vegetables, fruits (such as pickled pears, roasted asparagus, baby carrots, beets and lotus root chips) and roasted French duck breast, this is a salad and main rolled into one. Délicieux, we say.
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