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Antoinette’s Astonishing New Menu Change Has Brand New Sweet And Savoury Treats, And Glorious Souffle Pancakes To Impress

What’s NEW: Local Parisian patisserie Antoinette is adding big hits to its updated menu, including five stunning cake creations and five fluffy souffle pancakes to look out for.

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Antoinette‘s chef-owner Pang Kok Keong has added a bunch of new items on the menu and this is exciting news for customers who have tried all the dishes, and happy to indulge on new delights at the patisserie outlets.

The refreshed line up of Antoinette’s menu include over 70% brand new offerings that are presented with the best and most authentic European favourites in a casual bistro-style.

Making new appearance on the updated menu, you can expect to find starters and mains like Burgundy Beef Stew ($16++), Schiacciata ($18++), Wagyu Beef Cheek Tagliatelle ($28++), French Chicken and Sausage Casserole ($22++), Pan Fried Foie Gras ($24++), Bucatini all’Amatriciana ($24++), Pork Rillette Florentine ($18++), Crispy French Toast ($14++) and a seasonal special Crispy Pork Belly Confit ($28++).


Schiacciata ($18++)

Food notes: Stuffed with camembert, pecorino, truffle, honey and sunny side up

This upgraded sandwich will see melted camembert, pecorino and truffle added to the house-baked flatbread, served with petite salad and fried eggs on the side for dipping. Drizzle some honey to your liking for an extra layer of flavour.

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Wagyu Beef Cheek Tagliatelle ($28++)

Food notes: Wagyu beef cheek, tagliatele, truffle foam

Nothing too overly fancy, just great quality ingredients and superb cooking for a comforting wagyu beef cheek tagliatele and truffle foam to round out this beloved dish. You can skip the trip to your most frequented Italian restaurant and enjoy a scrumptious pasta meal at Antoinette.

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French Chicken and Sausage Casserole ($22++)

Food notes: Casserole with sausage, chicken, cannellini beans, tomato and wine

Meat and potato fans will fall for this dish. Chef Pang’s take on sausage casserole using braised chicken and Toulouse pork sausages cooked together in a tomato-based stew with wine and served with pomme puree mashed potatoes on the side for a wonderfully heart-warming meal.

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Crispy Pork Belly Confit ($28++)

Food notes: Braised savoy cabbage, pomme puree, mustard sauce

My love affair with pork belly has become a constant obsession in my foodie life and it’s great to find another good rendition of crispy pork belly. This one confit in duck fat has been perfectly cooked until the meat is soft and supple, yet with crisp skin and served with braised savoy cabbage, mashed potatoes and mustard sauce. Simply delish with no complaints at all.

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Forestiere Souffle Pancakes ($16++)

Food notes: Creamy mushroom sauce, omelette, petit salad

Here at Antoinette, you can also enjoy the likes of Japanese style souffle pancakes with a little twist. The savoury options, first on the menu is Forestiere; consisting a stack of pillowy soft pancakes served with creamy mushroom sauce, omelette and petit salad; ideal for a hearty meal any time of the day.

Feel like brunch? There’s also the Benedict ($18++) which comes with omelette, Serrano ham slices and a rich dressing of Hollandaise sauce.

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Tres Berries Souffle Pancakes ($16++)

Food notes: Strawberries, blueberries, vanilla creme Chantilly, syrup

If sweet pancakes is your thing, the Tres Berries would be a wonderful option. It comes decked with strawberries, blueberries, vanilla creme Chantilly and honey maple syrup on the side. The flavours and texture of the classic souffle pancakes are present and correct, I would love this to be my new favourite breakfast to have.

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Creme Brulee Souffle Pancakes ($16++)

Food notes: Vanilla custard, strawberries, caramel

Anyone with a sweet tooth will be pleased to try this new creation. Fluffy delicate pancakes blanketed with rich creamy vanilla custard and fresh strawberries. A little too heavy for me, but if you like decadent desserts, this creme brulee style pancake is a right choice.

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Ondeh Ondeh Souffle Pancakes ($16++)

Food notes: Pandan custard, gula melaka, coconut powder

Like the traditional local snack, this Ondeh Ondeh souffle pancake is bursting with sweetness and wonderful flavours of pandan cream custard, desiccated coconut and gula melaka syrup. This is my number two favourite from Antoinette‘s souffle pancake menu and pretty sure it would also be a hit for all generations.

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Moving on to the cakes selection: Five newcomers adding to the star list of Antoinette’s gorgeous cakes include loveable names like Bananier, Fluffy, Kyoto, Velvet Rouge and Earl Grey Bubble Tea; each available in three sizes for pre-order collection and dine-in (petit size only).

Fluffy (Petit $13 / 800g $49 / 1.2kg $98)

Food notes: Vanilla white chocolate mousse, passionfruit lemon jelly, strawberry crémeux, almond genoise, kirsch syrup

You can now eat clouds made with vanilla-scented white chocolate mousse that shrouds over a decadent heart of kirsch-soaked almond genoise, strawberry creemeux and a thin layer of passionfruit lemon jelly for a gentle touch of tartness. How sweet it is to be eating your dreams made up of real things.

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Kyoto (Petit $9 / 12cm $42.50 / 17cm $85)

Food notes: Black sugar finger sponge, houjicha mousse, black sugar crème chantilly, orange confit

A Japanese-inspired pastry pays homage to Houjicha which was first invented in Kyoto, hence explains the name of the cake. Combining the nutty flavours of Houjicha mousse and sweet hints of orange confit, this light and refreshing treat also boasts unique depth of flavours from the Okinawa black sugar soft finger sponge and black sugar creme Chantilly. Eating this cake may just make you miss Japan.

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Bananier (Petit $9 / 15cm $42.50 / 20cm $85)

Food notes: Flambe banana with rum, caramel parfait, dark chocolate mousse, chocolate genoise, milk chocolate feuilletine

The combination of chocolate and banana is hard to resist, just like this luscious dark chocolate mousse cake of chocolate genoise and crunchy milk chocolate feuilletine is filled with layers of light caramel parfait and pieces of banana flambe. Welcome to sweet decadence. 

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Earl Grey Bubble Tea (Petit $9.50 / 15cm $42.50 / 20cm $85)

Food notes: Earl grey ogura cake, salted cheese cream, black sugar pearls, fresh mango cubes

For anyone who loves a bubble tea, this is the cake to go for. Between the light earl grey infused ogura sponge cake and luscious toppings, you’ll find a thick layer of salted cream cheese chantilly acting like cheese foam in bubble tea and finished with sweet toppings of fresh mango cubes and tapioca pearls that have been steeped in aromatic Okinawa black sugar syrup for the extra oomph.

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Velvet Rouge (Petit $9 / 12cm $42.50 / 17cm $85)

Food notes: Red velvet cheese cake, walnut chocolate fudge cake, salted caramel crème chantilly, chocolate crumble

Last but not least, the Velvet Rouge is an elegant red velvet cheesecake layered with chocolate fudge cake and walnuts for crunch. It is then dressed with swirls of salted caramel creme Chantilly and complete with sprinkles of chocolate crumble. A safe choice that everyone will like. 

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ANTOINETTE

Flagship Outlet: 30 Penhas Road (off Lavender Street) Singapore 208188

Opening HoursMon to Thur 11am to 10pm / Fri & PH Eve 11am to 11pm / Sat 10am to 11pm / Sun & PH 10am to 10pm 

Reservations: +65 6293 3121

New OutletMillenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-28 Singapore 039596 (EFF July 2019)

Website: https://www.antoinette.com.sg/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Antoinettesg/

Categories: Bakery, Brunch, Cafes, Desserts, European, French

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