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Food is stilll as good! Will patronise again for sure!
The beautifully plated dish is made of capellini, topped with handful of sakura ebi, pork sauce, chive, shallot & flavoured with extra truffle oil.
Service turn around was slow. They were short handed. We had to request for them to clear our plates several times before our plates were cleared. There were fish bones in both our red snapper mains. It was not pleasant experience when bones pierced into our gums and having to take the bones out while chewing. The manager gave us additional chocolate cake as service recovery apology.
As we said, the French food at Saveur is affordable and accessible for everyone – which probably goes a long way in explaining why the group of restaurants is so popular across Singapore – but that’s certainly not to say that it skimps on any of the flavour or any of the elegance that is so distinguished in French cooking. Diners of Bugis and beyond can certainly be assured that every dish on the menu here on Purvis Street has been designed with passion, presentation and flavour in mind. Trust us, Saveur feels like luxury and it feels like you’re treating yourself.
Saveur offers two terrific set menus – the three course lunch and the three course dinner – but we’d be lying if we said the a la carte wasn’t where this French restaurant really comes into its own. Begin, perhaps, with salmon confit or the signature Saveur pasta with chilli oil, chopped kombu, pork sauce and sakura ebi. For your main, the original Saveur duck confit has quite the reputation as being one of the finest French dishes you’ll find in Bugis and is served with mashed potato, sauteed mushrooms, orange segment and a natural jus. Dessert, and why wouldn’t you end with a glorious pistachio panna cotta? Singapore loves Saveur and we’re sure that you will too.