My favourite item on their all day breakfast menu. I always choose the scrambled eggs (additional $3). The toasted Levain croutons complements the saltiness from the duck and mushrooms and with the eggs melting in your mouth. The light salad tossed in their house dressing adds the acidity and balances off the rest of the dish. Never fails to start a Sunday with this breakfast.
I forgot to take a picture with the savoury mushroom sauce because the fluffy and soft pancakes were calling my name. The savoury pancakes are a must try here! Creamy sauce on top of those perfect pancakes, the saltiness and sweetness all rolled into one when you put it into your mouth. Warm breakfast to satisfy the morning tummy.
Homemade gnocchi with caramelised bacon, white wine cream sauce topped with poached egg and aged Parmesan cheese. Not a big fan of this version of carbonara but definitely unique.
Serrano ham with cheese and a sunny side up egg and topped with rockets and hollandaise sauce. It was interesting but not an item I will return for.
The cakes are sinfully delicious and so pretty you can’t bear to eat them. These are my three favourites from Antoinette as well as the Strawberry shortcake. Antoinette is milk chocolate mousse infused with earl grey tea, chocolate biscuit, dark chocolate earl grey creameux, raspberry coulis and earl grey tea crumble. BIG fan of earl grey hence my love for this heavenly combination. Chloe is a light sponge cake with yuzu cremeux, white chocolate vanilla mousse, and almond sable. LOVE white chocolate and yuzu and this match was refreshing and sweet.
I personally liked their breakfast menu more than their mains. Have tried their Wagyu beef steak and other mains, wasn’t too impressed especially with the prices. Definitely head down for their all day breakfast though. And try their signature hot chocolate while you are there, it will satisfy all chocolate addicts!
30 Penhas Road