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(Closed) Guy Savoy

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Selecting only the finest ingredients, Chef Guy Savoy prepares and serves with an uncompromising awareness of what makes a dining experience truly exceptional. This is what earned the prestigious Guy Savoy restaurant in Paris three Michelin stars.


Chef Savoy has profound respect for his carefully selected ingredients. Flavors are gently coaxed so that every bite of food makes a statement. His technique is best exemplified in his signature dishes, which create an exquisite mix of aromas and flavors that will tantalize the senses of guests at Guy Savoy.

 

Accessed From Both:

The Casino (take escalators up to level 2)

The Shoppes at marina bay sands (take elevator from B1 to Level 2)


Tue - Sat: 16:00 - 22:30

Fri - Fri: 12:00 - 14:00

Closed: Mon, Sun

+65 66888513
+65 66888868
$467 based on 39 submissions
Dinner (16 votes), Fine Dining (15 votes), Quiet (12 votes)
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Pretty alright lunch for a really good price

Guy Savoy is a pretty nice restaurant in MBS. It is quite weird as our 3 course express lunch only costs $55 which is the price for the 2 course set lunch on the menu. Not that I'm complaining. Felt that food here isn't as interesting and exciting. It's quite standard french fare. 

For more details, please visit: 
http://foodolicious.wordpress.com/2013/09/29/guy-savoy/

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• 29 Sep 2013 • 140 reviews • 0 follower

Pretty alright lunch for a really good price

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Guy Savoy is a pretty nice restaurant in MBS. It is quite weird as our 3 course express lunch only costs $55 which is the price for the 2 course set lunch on the menu. Not that I'm complaining. Felt that food here isn't as interesting and exciting. It's quite standard french fare. 

For more details, please visit: 
http://foodolicious.wordpress.com/2013/09/29/guy-savoy/
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• 05 Aug 2013 • 51 reviews • 1 follower

Great choice for a special occasion

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What can I say... food is great. Service is awesome.

Set dinner is really filling. Can be quite draggy but you can enjoy your company while waiting. 

No BYOB and their champagnes and wines are on the high side but its expected. 

Not very private dining. Can be awkward if a couple faces the crowd.

Def be back...
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• 11 Feb 2013 • 265 reviews • 8 followers

Come in for a pamper!

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Even though our chance to try the food here was at the Epicurean Market 2013, I would like to commend the service by the staff at the Guy Savoy booth. They patiently explained what goes into the food and showed us the big fat black truffles that smell so aromatic and heavenly.

For full details and pictures: http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2013/02/epicurean-market-part-1.html 

The grapefruit terrine with tea sauce was a welcome dish after having several meat courses before this to clean our palates.

Artichoke and Black Truffle Soup: Meanwhile, as this soup had a very aromatic mushroom fragrance that came from the generous dose of black truffles. Our smiles and excitement never ceased when we saw that the buttery Brioche was slathered excessively with black truffles paste. A lavish dip for an excellent soup indeed.

We were glad to be savour the wonderful cuisine through Epicurean market and it convinced us that we should someday try out the food at the restaurant in MBS. I can't wait for that moment to arrive :)
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