Category Archives: 9. Antoinette

Christmas at Antoinette

Celebrate this yuletide season with indulgent treats from Antoinette’s Christmas Collection, crafted by Executive Chef Pang Kok Keong.

On Christmas Eve, embark on a nine-course gastronomical adventure with unique creations such as Foie Gras Lego served with tart raspberry jelly and caviar, candy pistachio, pistachio sponge and brioche toast, finished with a touch of raspberry snow and Egg & Bacon with mango and passion fruit coulis ‘yolk’, coconut foam ‘white’, candied bacon dressed with sweet olive oil and cocoa nibs


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Antoinette Afternoon Tea Set


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Antoinette has been around for quite some time, tantalizing diners’ taste buds with their extensive menu. In December 2011, Antoinette finally launched an afternoon tea set menu, served only at Penhas and Palais branches from 2-5pm on weekdays.

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Antoinette, a 2nd review

I met my secondary school friends for dinner at Antoinette (Penhas Road) in Nov 2012 and it was quite a terrible experience

The service was abysmal as the all the staff, including the lady manager had a “could not care less” attitude, except for a young girl, who was very pleasant.

The quality of some food dropped as well.

Check out my previous, super long review HERE

Burger Antoinette $20: Pan fried apple, chicken leg patty, pommery mustard mayonnaise, butter lettuce, onions chutney, chips, and petite salad with house dressing. Decadent burger with no drop in quality. 01e-tile Continue reading


Visited Antoinette, by Chef Pang, several times since last year. When the quintessential Parisian patisserie and restaurant first opened, service was rather slow and inattentive. It was quite a turn off since dining here is not cheap. A drink, mains and dessert would set you back about $40/pax after service charge and GST.

However, ever since Antoinette hired a manager, service standards turned for the better. The manager’s positive vibes and friendliness makes it more enjoyable to visit Antoinette. Continue reading