Highly recommend Saveur! Affordable french food! Usually we know french food as expensive, but Saveur is definitely friendly on pocket and able to count on their quality! But yup, do note that the portion is not like usual big portion you expect from your usual restaurant. They dont accept phone call reservations, but you can probably hang around when they are open and tell the person there’s maybe a group of you all coming at around 7.30pm for example? They will be able to help you arrange the seats.
First up on the list! Mushroom Cappuccino ($4.90)! Its rich, smooth and with a good aroma!
Followed by bread and butter ($2) and Saveur’s Pasta ($4.90). We chose the soft roll bread, and its really soft! Go well with the butter! Will not get sick of eating it. Their Saveur Pasta is really a must try dish! The pasta goes well with the sakura ebi, with a lil salty taste, and aromatic with the Japanese Konbu.
We tried another of their Starter, Foie Gras ($7.90). It’s super soft and literally melt in your mouth. Cheap alternative to try foie gras! Rest assure there isnt any fishy smell where most of you all might thought it might have. Coming up next is our mains. We order their Signature Duck Leg Confit ($12.90), the duck is tender and is easily detach from the bone. The mashed potato is very smooth too, as if it was blended. haha!
Pan-seared seabass ($14.90) and Chicken thigh stuffed with Foie Gras ($9.90). The pan-seared seabass is crispy on the skin and tender at the meat. Top it with the roasted potato and some greens, good to go! The chicken dish was unique and the meat is tender too not those though kind. Their dishes just make you salivate! Its really that good!
Last up is the dessert! We had Pistachio Panna Cotta ($6.90). The taste of Pistachio is quite unique but i find it a lil too milky for the taste. But still at the first mouth, its refreshing!
Address: 5 Purvis Street #01-14
Value for Money: ❤️❤️❤️❤