Saveur prides herself as a restaurant that offers quality yet affordable French cuisine to the masses. Saveur aims to serve her own interpretation of French food, bringing French cuisine to everyone using local products at down-to-earth prices. Thus, bringing a whole new gastronomic experience to all.

5 Purvis Street
Singapore 188584

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm



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Not on the menu but upgrade for 3++ if u ask

Definitely go for the upgrade if you ask me. Really strong pistachio flavours in the panna cotta itself, and the mousse-like texture was perfect. Exceeded expectations by far

To be very honest I've always thought of saveur as a restaurant that caters to the masses since they want to bring French dining to the common people. What I didn't realise is that they meant to do it by adjusting the price point and not the quality of the food.

Seemed a bit dry when this was placed on my table but wow how tender it turned out to be. Very strong duck taste with dat crispy skin, it's my first duck confit and I can alrd see it being my benchmark for a long time to come. I don't really like the tangy sauce but it goes so well with the mash(which was super smooth and good enough on its own) and the mushrooms.

Didn't have plans to come back again but definitely changed my mind after this. I have a feeling their beef bourguinon might even be better than what I had in France :)

Add on 1+ for their signature pasta

Good reason to be their signature. Portion is actually quite decent for a starter but more importantly the umami is really there. The pork with such a smooth texture I tot it was chicken lol. Combined with the konbu and sakura ebi it was big flavours from the very start

It's been a long time since I've last been to Saveur (I think the last time it was still during my university days). Still remember it as the place for good French cuisine at affordable prices, especially so for a poor student then. πŸ˜‚

For starters, we shared the Garden Salad and the Truffle Foie Gras. For mains, we ordered the Duck Confit and Seabass. Interestingly, both of us agreed that the star of the mains was actually the potato sides: the mashed potato with gravy and the sautΓ©ed potatoes with fried onions. The dessert was a win though: Pistachio Panna Cotta that tasted so much better than it looked. Very rich and strong pistachio flavours that wasn't artificial tasting. Two thumbs up for that dessert! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

Yummy! Fragrant duck with aroma of a bit of "deep fried" skin, meat is very tender and flavourful, mix very well with mushroom and mashed potatoes. I really like the orange in the end to balance the taste. We order dinner set of 29 for a 3 course meal, starter, main, and dessert which is not bad. Though we topped up some for certain items. But if order ala carte, it's quite affordable too at about 17.

Full size Saveur pasta rather than the starter size. You know you want it! #BurppleXChope

Price: $6.90

It's the perfect fancy dessert for a fancy french restaurant. I expected it to cost a bit more ala carte, but it's actually not overpriced given how good it is.

The pistachio flavor was natural, authentic, and light. I felt like a proper adult eating something non-chocolate for once with a name that sounds like what an adult my age would eat.

Seriously, it's good. 10/10 would recommend!

Price: $10.90

Tastes like a big dollop of Nutella but in an ice-cream-y texture sprinkled in fancy grounded nuts.

It's good, but would recommend the pistachio panna cotta instead.

Price: $14.90

I have this impression that duck confit tend to be really dry. Probably some form of childhood trauma #firstworldproblems. But this duck confit is juicy enough, and the mashed potatoes and the mushrooms do add to the juiciness of it all.

That being said, this is not something that I would rave about, nor would this be a dish that I would cling on to the next time I visit Saveur, but it's still OK.

Price: $10.90

This is going to sound so unsophisticated, but it's basically a slab of sashimi BUT sprinkled with some really yummy green stuff. I'm serious. I'm not able to articulate fancy food well on a Tuesday night, but this is good. Would recommend!

Cut into the moist Valrhona Dulcey chocolate cake, and the luscious, rich salted caramel sauce just rushes out! Flavoured with Madon sea salt, it's tasty and just right!

Tender seabass fish fillet with a crisp, salty skin, fresh, clean, savoury sweet. There's deshelled crab, but it doesn't add much to the sauteed potatoes.

Thick yet tender slices of pork belly, savoury with a silver of fat between the layers of succulent meat, topped with a crisp skin. A bed of Garbure French ham and vegetable stew, with melt-in-your-mouth cannellini beans, salty pancetta ham, cabbage, peas, carrots, and a sous vide egg.
Loved it!

Fresh, medium done fillet of salmon, on a bed of fennel and apple. The tender fish is so smooth and sweet, contrasted by the burst of pepper, sharp lemon vinaigrette, and extremely crisp salmon skin chip! Loved it!

Simple, rustic, yet so good. The tender, savoury salty duck meat comes easily off the bone, while the creamy mashed potatoes, earthy shiitake mushrooms, and bright oranges round out the plate.

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