Daily: 11:00 - 00:00
Au Chocolat is a French inspired confiserie and bistro, to give everyone the ultimate chocolate and candy experience and an all day dining with a wide variety from crepes to gelato to cakes making it an unforgettable experience for the whole family.
Ultimate benedict: The spinach is too soggy due to the overflowing sauce, I gave away my roasted ribeye steak as I don't appreciate steak at all. The roasted chicken seems all right because it's steamed chicken (those tiny strips of healthy chicken breast that bodybuilder eats), I mean this dish is already sinful enough so why not give me strips of drumlet meat HAHAHAHA! Other than that I am extremely satisfied with their perfectly poached eggs, crispy bacon, tomatoes & their sauce.5 out of 5 for their in-house hollandaise sauce, excellent combination of Red wine & dark chocolate!
Full review with pictures here: http://mshuilingg.blogspot.sg/2014/07/au-chocolat.html
Went for brunch. Even though the outlet is located in the middle of The Shoppes at Marina Bay, walking into the store makes you completely forget where you are.
The decor is so charming. There was even a toy train running on a track suspended from the ceiling. I had the eggs benedict which came with a special chocolate hollandaise sauce - sounds weird but it was pretty tasty.
The crepes were really good as well.
Portions are quite small for the price you pay but everything is more expensive at Marina Bay Sands.
The hot chocolate we had was velvety smooth and had just the right sweetness.
I am big fan of chocolate, so when this store opened at the shopping mall. I went to take a look, and bought some macaroons & chocolate. The macaroon even had limited flavour, in time for any special occasion celebration.
I also went for their dinner set meal and breakfast, quite an intesresting and yummy food they have been offering. After going for a few rounds, I got to know that this is our local brand. They have branched it out to overseas, and only recently they have decided to set-uo locally.
Somehow I feel very ambivalent about the reviews posted here. After reading the many positive comments about the truffle fries, I decided a visit was in order. During my visit, however, the truffle fries came dripping with truffle oil - quite unlike the ones done by P.S. Cafe. While it does smell promising, one bite and you would realise that they had shortchanged their consumers by not using truffles at all. It did not help that there was no complimentary water, thus nothing to wash down the oily taste of the fries.
Service is despicable. One waitress was found digging her nose during the shift. I am unlikely to return to such an establishment any time soon.