Antoinette hits refresh with a brand new sequence of souffle pancakes, fairly desserts, and savory dishes


The occasions, they’re a changin’ for Antoinette, with the upcoming closure of its Mandarin Gallery retailer earlier than its shift to an area in Millennia Stroll in July. In the meantime, the patisserie’s Penhas Highway outlet is present process a candy and savory transformation, bringing in new soufflé pancakes, desserts, and French bistro-style dishes.

First up: these jiggly soufflé pancakes, which may rival any of the fashionable Japanese joints that’ve made their strategy to our shores. Thick, but impossibly mild and fluffy, every stack could be paired with savory choices like omelette and mushroom sauce ($16) or omelette with serrano ham and drippings of Hollandaise ($18).

When you’re extra within the temper for one thing sugary and creamy, the crème brûlée ($16) layers vanilla custard over the pancakes, with torched caramel and strawberry chunks.

Berries and cream souffle pancakes. Photograph: Antoinette

However we’d suggest the basic vanilla Chantilly with strawberries and blueberries ($16) for a lightweight deal with, or the ondeh ondeh-inspired ($16) model slathered in a stupendous pandan custard, with gula melaka syrup and coconut flakes.

Earlier than you progress on to the sweets, refill on new dishes from the all-day menu, with bites for the peckish like schiacciata ($18) filled with melty camembert, pecorino, and truffle bits, served with a sunny side-up and leafy greens.

Pork stomach confit. Photograph: Antoinette

On the heartier facet, you’ve received a alternative between Burgundy beef stew ($16), wagyu beef cheek tagliatelle ($28), French rooster and sausage casserole ($22), and pork stomach confit with braised savoy cabbage and apple purée ($28).

Save area, although, for the 5 new desserts which are elegant and intricately designed in Antoinette’s signature fashion.

Followers of hojicha can attempt the Kyoto ($9/$42.50/$85), made with hojicha mousse, orange confit, Okinawa black sugar sponge, and black sugar creme Chantilly. Or order the picture-worthy Fluffy ($13/$49/$98), a stunning cloud-like creation with a dusting of pale blue over white chocolate mousse, kirsch-soaked almond genoise, strawberry cremeux, and passionfruit lemon jelly.

Bananier and Fluffy. Photograph: Antoinette

Among the many confections, the Bananier ($9/$42.50/$85) stands out for its mix of darkish chocolate and caramelized bananas. It’s wealthy but not overwhelmingly candy, with a crunch supplied by the milk chocolate feuilletine and a middle of rum-flambéd banana.

For traditional flavors with a twist, the Earl Gray bubble tea cake ($9/$42.50/$85) will get in on the pearl-obsessed development with salted cream cheese Chantilly on tea-infused cake, topped with mango chunks and tapioca orbs steeped in Okinawa black sugar syrup. Then there’s the Velvet Rouge ($9/$42.50/$85), a rendition of the crimson velvet cheesecake with salted caramel creme Chantilly.

Earl Gray bubble tea cake and Kyoto. Photograph: Antoinette


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