Long known for their exceptional cakes and pastries but what some do not know is that Antoinette has a wide range of mouth watering dishes ranging from all day breakfast, appetizers to full main courses as well.
A pleasant Victorian tea house style decor meets diners , comfy chairs with pretty details and wall paper of frames sets the mood for dining.
L’oeufs en Meurette, poached egg with red wine sauce, sautéed mushrooms, smoked pork belly served with toasted Levain bread and salad tossed in house dressing is a unique flavoured dish from the All Day Breakfast menu.
Classic French Onion Soup is recommended, well caramelised onions in rich chicken and veal broth served with cheese toast soaked in soup, a cheese crust beautifully encompassing the top of the bowl.
If salads are you staple is every meal, choose Le Petit Jardin d’Antoinette, foie gras on Levain toast, pickled pears, poach egg, roasted asparagus, baby carrots, beets, sweet potatoes, cresses, flowers, mixed greens, sunflower seeds, button mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, lotus root chips and caramel orange dressing.
Stand out main is Boeuf Bourguigon, braised wagyu brisket in red wine served with pomme puree and seasonal vegetables is braised perfectly tender.
Hands down for the pasta Crab Pomodoro, homemade pappardelle, pasta sautéed with white wine tomato sauce, fine herbs, chilli, crab meat and clam broth is simply wonderful with generous portions of crab meat and homemade pappardelle that is done perfectly.
All of their desserts are good so simply choose one and you will have a smile on your face in no time.
Drink: Wide selection of non alcoholic drinks from teas, coffees, hot chocolates as well a limited range for wines.
30 Penhas Rd, 208188
Lunch 11am-2pm (Mon-Sun)
Dinner 630-10pm (Mon-Sun)
BYO: Yes ($20++ Wine, $30++ Champagne)
CREDIT CARDS: AE, DC, JCB, MC, V
PRICE CATEGORY: Less than $50 a person
ESTABLISHED: JUNE 2011