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Concetto by Saveur

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Concetto by Saveur brings new offering of Italian dishes to everyone with its well-crafted and skillfully prepared cooking techniques approach in preparing dishes that is better than high end restaurants to produce good food to all, at prices that will not break the pocket.

Daily: 12:00 - 21:30

+65 67351141
$27 based on 35 submissions
After Work (11 votes), Dinner (9 votes), Ala Carte (8 votes)
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Quality Italian food priced reasonably

For full review and photos: https://grumblingstomachs.wordpress.com/
 
 Concetto by Saveur is an Italian extension of Saveur. I had pretty good experience at Saveur for its French food, and Concetto didn’t disappoint with its Italian cuisine either.
 
 We weren’t feeling that hungry, so we only each ordered a main course without any additional sides. Being a seafood lover, I ordered a Crab Risotto. The rice is cooked in a shellfish and crab meat broth, and served with crab meat tartare and brussel sprouts. The rice is basically every seafood lover’s dream – the flavours of the shellfish and crab meat broth are fully absorbed into the rice, which was chewy and not too mushy. My only gripe is its small portions. A normal person probably wouldn’t be full from the main course alone, and would need to add on some sides. This is a problem similarly experienced in Saveur. But it’s okay, since the prices are reasonable and the food tastes good!
 
 For full review and photos: https://grumblingstomachs.wordpress.com/2015/05/14/concetto-by-saveur-the-cathay/

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• 18 May 2015 • 19 reviews • 0 follower

Quality Italian food priced reasonably

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For full review and photos: https://grumblingstomachs.wordpress.com/
 
 Concetto by Saveur is an Italian extension of Saveur. I had pretty good experience at Saveur for its French food, and Concetto didn’t disappoint with its Italian cuisine either.
 
 We weren’t feeling that hungry, so we only each ordered a main course without any additional sides. Being a seafood lover, I ordered a Crab Risotto. The rice is cooked in a shellfish and crab meat broth, and served with crab meat tartare and brussel sprouts. The rice is basically every seafood lover’s dream – the flavours of the shellfish and crab meat broth are fully absorbed into the rice, which was chewy and not too mushy. My only gripe is its small portions. A normal person probably wouldn’t be full from the main course alone, and would need to add on some sides. This is a problem similarly experienced in Saveur. But it’s okay, since the prices are reasonable and the food tastes good!
 
 For full review and photos: https://grumblingstomachs.wordpress.com/2015/05/14/concetto-by-saveur-the-cathay/
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• 13 Apr 2015 • 304 reviews • 21 followers

Italian by Saveur

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For the complete review, click here:
http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2015/04/concetto-by-saveur.html

Saveur - a French restaurant set up by Mr. Dylan Ong, Mr. Joshua Khoo and another business partner with the aim to offer quality yet affordable French cuisine to the masses. After the successful outlet of Savour in Purvis Street and Far East Plaza, these two young entrepreneurs just can't keep still and decided to set up a Italian sibbling for Saveur, thus Concetto was born.

Little Devil ('LD') and I have tried Saveur, for the price we actually find it quite good. So when the opportunity arises, we decided to tried Concetto. Unlike Saveur that always packed with crowd, we manage to get a seat in Concetto on a Saturday afternoon without any problem.

We started our lunch with Buffalo Mozzarella ($8.90). The Mozzarella, fresh tomatoes, parmesan cheese are served on top of toasted rye bread. Drizzle with good balsamic vinegar, it was a good appetizer, light and refreshing. We wished that there were more of the mozzarella.

Grilled Octopus Caesar Salad ($11.90). This salad is colourful and beautifully presented. Fresh salad, crispy bacon, shaved parmesan cheese binds well with the anchovies base dressing. The octopus are tender, although slightly limited. However the almost powdered eggs really captured our attention and palate. Yum Yum.

For mains, we have Crab Risotto ($13.90) and Wagyu Tender ($26.90). The risotto is al-dente and creamy. You can feel the robust broth absorbs into the arborio rice. To add to the texture, they also use crispy rice, capsicums, cucumbers and brussel sprouts. The crab meat tartare tasted fresh, but it seems that the flavour of the crab in the risotto seems to be missing.

Using the Wagyu shoulder, the meat is quite lean similar to filet mingon. Low in fat but tender and juicy. Cooked to medium rare and accompany with foie gras with shallots and portobello mushrooms. The beef jus that accompany the dish was just perfect. Delicious.

Service is good and efficient. The décor of the restaurant is very minimal, however it is bright, spacious and cosy. Rather than charge you for decoration, they decided to pass the savings to the customers by keeping the price low.  

Overall, we really enjoy our meal here. Concetto interpertation of Italian food is more towards simple, modern, nice presentation and pack of punch. Kudos to them for bringing the food people. Cheers!!

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• 13 Apr 2015 • 140 reviews • 5 followers

What a waste to miss out!

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For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/04/concetto-by-saveur.html Concetto comprise of 2 levels, but for the selfie-takers, the upper level provides more light to the interior, giving you a fairer picture. With such a generous shop space, even if there's a queue ahead, turnover time should be fast. If you are one of those whom rather spend time more meaningfully than waiting in a queue, Concetto gives you the privilege to make reservations! I went for the 3-Course Lunch ($20.90) which surprisingly is not just affordable but good-to-taste! Concetto Pasta ($6.90 ala-carte) is made of chilled capellini tossed in lobster oil and seaweed, served with crab and shrimp tartare, and finished with lobster foam and ikura. While it is just an entree dish, it does open my appetite and awaits for more the main dish to come! Had wanted the Beef Oyster Blade as my main, but was told that it has removed from the set lunch. Not sure why, but I had the Kurobuta Pork Cheek ($15.90 ala-carte), substitute for Beef Oyster Blade. With the 3-4 pieces of pork cheek, I love every singly bit of it. Soft and sauce absorbing meat makes me kept on chewing non-stop on it, but at the same time the amount of disappointment falls greater on me as it get lesser and lesser on my plate. Served with homemade potato gnocchi and anchovy squid ink puree. Ordered another main from the ala-carte, Red Snapper ($13.90). Red snapper fillet served with pan-roasted cherry tomatoes, mashed cod and lemon-infused paprika jus. Snapper meat is flak-ky and tender, but I find this dish a little sour, perhaps due to the cherry tomatoes. Not to my liking, but I still prefer my Kurobuta Pork Cheek! The 3rd course, Pistachio Panna Cotta ($6.90 ala-carte), which is also the dessert. Pistachio-flavored cream served with pistachio crumble and salted pistachio. Texture is like the soya beancurd, the popular brand that we all know of, and pretty enjoyable. A nice dessert to end the course! Definitely worth the money, but serving time is a little slow although we don't see the crowd. I believe Concetto will continue to attract masses of young people, in addition to its location where it’s surrounded by malls and academics. If you are in town, and looking for an affordable westernized food, Concetto can be one of your choice! For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/04/concetto-by-saveur.html
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