Antoinette is a quintessential Parisian pâtisserie and salon du thé, named after the last queen of France who was so often revered for her fine taste and lavishly indulgent love for an excess of meticulously crafted pastries. Setting herself apart as a hidden gem that makes for the perfect venue for a tête-à-tête, Antoinette’s repertoire of exquisite Parisian offerings will tempt even the most discerning of palates with her takes on time-honoured French classic desserts and savouries!
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30 Penhas Road
Singapore 208188

Saturday:
10:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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Price

~$30/pax

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The gnocchi were chewy, thick and mochi-like, served in an aglio olio style with a pleasant savoury umami flavour and fragrance from the dried shrimps and minced pork. Wished there was more foie gras though, as I could hardly detect its presence. The morels resembled a black fungus, with a crunchy-chewy coral-like texture. Flavourful but a tad oily and dry for my liking, I guess my preference still holds for sauce based pasta! 😬
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A moon cake inspired flavour? 🤔 Perfect for the upcoming moon cake festival indeed! (If mooncakes aren't your kind of thing) Would have been great if the salted egg cremeux was more flowy but nevertheless, its distinctive flavour and pleasant lingering saltiness deserves a thumbs up! Adorned with a ring of white lotus seed mousse which was soft, light, its pleasant tinge of sweetness was an ideal companion and counterbalance to the saltiness of the salted egg cremeux. The coconut cake was spongy with a cotton-like softness, though not a significant contribution to the flavours. What I fancied most here is the base of salted sesame peanut praline that was crispy, with a subtle roasted flavour and mild lingering pleasant salty aftertaste 😋 .
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What I fancied most about this dish was the cheesy surprise within each arancini balls, apart from the tangy and flavourful chilli crab sauce. Each arancini was done to perfection, with a crisp and well breaded panko-crusted golden brown exterior, encasing a compact clump of rice grains and a thick, gooey melted cheesy core 😋. The chilli crab sauce makes a great companion, with a tangy spiciness and a slightly thick texture which surprisingly did not impart any significant sogginess to the arancini. Not for the faint hearted as the spiciness was a significant contribution to the flavours and packs a punch! Along with crisp deep fried mantou (tasted like crackers to me), this might be an appetizer meant for sharing but I would gladly love to have it as a main instead! 💖
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Featuring Yuzu Green Tea Bubble Bath. Freshly brewed green tea with yuzu juice with fresh mango, dill and lime meringue.
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Where to dine?
Antoinette
30 Penhas Rd, 208188
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#antoinette_sg #cuteduckie #dessertlover #foodgemsg

Hakka Gnocchi (S$24++)
dried shrimp 🦐 , foie gras, cured pork 🐖, morel
Available at @Antoinette_SG
These colorful balls were so chewy and savoury. Reminding one of Hakka's Yam Abacus Seeds (算盘子).
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Antoinette
Address 🏠 : 30 Penhas Road (off Lavender Street), Singapore 🇸🇬 208 188
Tel ☎️ : 6293 3121
Open 💈 :
Mon - Thu : 11am - 10pm
Fri, Eve of PH : 11am - 11pm
Sat : 10am - 11pm
Sun, PH : 10am - 10pm
MRT 🚇 : Lavender (EW11)
Website : http://www.antoinette.com.sg

Chef Pang’s rendition of Chicken Rice - In order to soak up the flavour of the chicken, chef pang has cleverly replaced the fragrant rice with wholesome barley. The iconic dish sees luxuriously juicy chunks of sous vide chicken atop the barley mash, garnished with sinfully crispy baked chicken skin. 

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/antoinette/

But this dessert was nothing monotonous as its colour looked.
With Lapsang souchong tea ganche mousse, mandarin orange confit, caramelised hazelnut feuilletine on cocoa sponge and dulcey Chantilly cream, it tasted of a soothing tea fragrance. Made like pebbles and twigs, it undoubtedly reminded us of a Zen Garden as its name suggested. A beautiful creation from Chef Pang's recent new range.

Was soft, fluffy and beautifully baked with toasted coconut topping. Was good that the subtle doses of Gula Melaka kept the cake light on taste. Good for a light tea break treat.

Happy National Day to all my friends. 🇸🇬🇸🇬🇸🇬 Antoinette at Penhas @antoinette_sg has introduced NEW dishes with a Singapore spin.

Expect Hakka style Gnocchi, Chili Crab Arancini, Chicken "Rice" and desserts of "Pandan" and a Salted Egg Cake inspired by the mooncake!
Read more here > http://danielfooddiary.com/2017/08/03/antoinette/ #DFDSP

chicken rice. Fret not! Antoinette has reinterpreted one of Singapore's favourite dishes; CHICKEN RICE. The rice is replaced with healthy barley grains and is soaked in the goodness of chicken stock. The "unknown" chicken meat is so tender👍🏻. And I got a shock to know that it is chicken breast after the meal. The chicken breast is prepared in sous-vide style 😋. The dipping; scallion, ginger dressing, chilli gel and dark soya sauce foam are presented in little bubbles.
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Chicken rice at S$26.
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Thanks @_boyz86 for the invitation
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Where to dine?
Antoinette
30 Penhas Rd, 208188
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#antoinette_sg #chickenrice #foodgemsg

The Orient is the chef's modern take on a moon cake - salted egg crémeux, lotus seed mousse, coconut cake - with a layer of salted peanut sesame praline.

Never tried the Castella cake shop based in tampines (because of the crowd) but surely love this one. Fluffy, not dry at all, and smells really nice (my colleagues can smell it when i get the cake out from the box). As it is so fluffy and not sweet, i feel like i can finish half of the cake at one shot!

Love how crispy the croissant is. Was expecting more salted egg lava in the croissant though.

@Antoinette_sg TOPS THE CASTELLA CAKE competition with their unique flavors like:
Nutella ($13), Ondeh ondeh ($11), Earl Grey ($12), Earl Grey Cheese ($15), Vanilla Cheese ($11) and of course, the usual Vanilla ($8)! While the Vanilla tended towards the sweeter side, it was still super fragrant and fluffy! My personal favorites has got to be the Earl Grey Cheese (to my surprise, loved the sweet savory combo) and ondeh ondeh!

Launched TODAY at their Penhas outlet, it will be made available at Mandarin Gallery from 22 July onwards!

Not entirely persuaded by the union between earl grey and cheese, which fit as comfortably as an army helmet on a baby quokka, but the Kleenex-softness of the castella cakes in general would be sure to satisfy trendy Mei Meis and toothless Ah Mas alike.

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