Antoinette comes from the name Marie Antoinette, the last queen of France, who was famous for her lavish and luxurious living. As the name suggests, the menu of this cafe pivots on French cuisine, particularly Parisian patisserie. Delicate, well-crafted cakes and pastries sit behind squeaky clean display glass panels, tempting shoppers that walk along the corridors. So what makes of their brunch menu?
Classic Eggs Florentine: Toasted brioche, wilted spinach, Serrano ham and Hollandaise sauce, this dish is arguably the cousin of Eggs Benny. All the ingredients complement each other resulting in a heavenly combination of flavours for each bite. The poached egg is done perfectly, yolk oozing out at the cut of the knife. But the star of this dish has got to be the Hollandaise sauce. Creamy and well-seasoned, this is one of the best sauce that I’ve tasted so far. The cafe is furnished with posh tables and chairs, and adorned with intricate ornaments, giving diners a lush and luxurious dining experience. Wouldn’t it be great to dine like the queen?
333A Orchard Road
11am to 10pm (Last order 9pm)