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Saveur (Far East Plaza)

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Chefs Dylan and Joshua are professionally trained cooks who desire to bring French food to the masses at affordable prices. This has become a reality for them with the establishment of Saveur, a casual and budget eatery located at Far East Plaza.

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 21:30

Sun: 11:30 - 21:00

+65 67361121
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Good food at affordable prices

When Saveur opened its branch at Bugis (Purvis Street), I've heard all about its offering at very good food at very affordable prices. But the hour-long queues always prevented me from checking the place out, until the opening of its branch at Far East Plaza, which has a healthy amount of patrons but no queue. I have been back three times since.

We started with the Mushroom Soup (SGD$4.90) which comes in a frothy, cappuccino style and served in a cup. Rich in dark mushroomy flavor and hot in its serving, this tiny cup of soup is definitely an appetite whetting choice.

This Saveur's Pasta (SGD$4.90) is my favorite! Despite its simple ingredients of just chilli oil, finely-chopped kombu, minced pork sauce, chives and sakura ebi, the flavor is just fantastic. It explodes in the mouth in a mixture of spicy and saltiness, with very springy angel hair pasta. One would not believe this delicious pasta goes at this incredible price for sure.

The Chicken Roulade (SGD$9.90) is another fabulous dish here at Saveur's - tender chicken thigh stuffed with buttery rich foie gras infused chicken farce, creamy basmati rice and parmesan sauce. Flavors are aplenty for this dish, and the teeth is treated to a good textures dance as well.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/01/dinner-at-saveur-french-restaurant-far.html


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• 16 Jan 2015 • 435 reviews • 7 followers

Good food at affordable prices

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When Saveur opened its branch at Bugis (Purvis Street), I've heard all about its offering at very good food at very affordable prices. But the hour-long queues always prevented me from checking the place out, until the opening of its branch at Far East Plaza, which has a healthy amount of patrons but no queue. I have been back three times since.

We started with the Mushroom Soup (SGD$4.90) which comes in a frothy, cappuccino style and served in a cup. Rich in dark mushroomy flavor and hot in its serving, this tiny cup of soup is definitely an appetite whetting choice.

This Saveur's Pasta (SGD$4.90) is my favorite! Despite its simple ingredients of just chilli oil, finely-chopped kombu, minced pork sauce, chives and sakura ebi, the flavor is just fantastic. It explodes in the mouth in a mixture of spicy and saltiness, with very springy angel hair pasta. One would not believe this delicious pasta goes at this incredible price for sure.

The Chicken Roulade (SGD$9.90) is another fabulous dish here at Saveur's - tender chicken thigh stuffed with buttery rich foie gras infused chicken farce, creamy basmati rice and parmesan sauce. Flavors are aplenty for this dish, and the teeth is treated to a good textures dance as well.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/01/dinner-at-saveur-french-restaurant-far.html


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• 15 Jan 2015 • 19 reviews • 0 follower

Fine Dining Defined at Affordable Price

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Saveur is a French restaurant in Singapore that is known for their affordability as well as their divine meals. As of January 2015, the Saveur group has already opened 4 restaurants and all of them are always packed with lots of people, including the Saveur branch at Far East Plaza.    On the night that my family and I visited the restaurant, we had to wait for approximately 1 hour before we could grab a table. I think that pretty much explains how crowded it was.  Entree  Salmon (X’mas & New Year Special) (S$5.90++) Loveable crisp and just enough saltiness   Foie Gras (S$9.90++) Fine dining defined. Perfect tenderness combined with a slightly fruity flavor.

Full Review on http://www.nonatukangmakan.com/#!Saveur/cz44/B3AB2936-E298-4CB4-8939-2F0DC6EC4707
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• 27 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Strong on the flavour

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My opinions are biased and based on my taste buds. Unless you love strong flavours, this place is definitely not a place for you. The chocolate & hazelnut is like dense cream on plate. The first.few bites are ok but not a dish which you can eat alone. You have to sharw it with someone all else you will be sick.of.it soon enough.
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