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Saveur (Purvis Street)

576 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
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
#01-04
Singapore 188584

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Saturday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

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Ordered Crab Tortellini $22, Beef En Croute $34, Foie Gras $14 and Salmon Confit $14. Loves the pasta for its complex creamy flavour. Lentil with foie gras combi was surprising good. Beef was too overcooked. Salmon Confit was good with the kombu sauce but the green apple slice wasn't a good match for me. Overall will be back for more.

But their Dark Chocolate Fondant ($12) is perfect too. The chocolate lava cake had a light airy texture which is perfect with the rich and warm chocolate lava. Its white counterpart, the cold vanilla ice-cream, is unadulterated goodness and I approve its quality. Can tell that real vanilla beans are used from the aplenty black specks. Not some artificial vanilla flavouring.
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📍 Saveur (Purvis St), Singapore

One would associate Saveur with decent french food at cheap prices, after all they had origins in a coffeeshop. While its no longer cheap, their dishes have also gone more upmarket. Just look at this medium rare beef encased in a crispy puff pastry, something you'll expect to find at a proper french bistro.

But did you know that their Dark Chocolate Fondant ($12) is a must-order too? The chocolate lava cake had a light airy texture which is perfect with the rich and warm chocolate lava. Its white counterpart, the cold vanilla ice-cream, is unadulterated goodness and I approve its quality. You can tell that real vanilla beans are used from the aplenty black specks. Not some artificial vanilla flavouring.

Starters
Pumpkin soup - chive cream, pumpkin seed [$8]
Saveur Pasta - capellini, Sakura ebi, pork sauce, chive, shallot, truffle oil [$9]

Not too pricey and a little nostalgic place for me since they have opened for many years and it has been some time since I last had their food.
✔Signature confit duck* (19): Crispy outer skin, and tender meat that falls off the bone easily. Definitely like as always, this is the highlight!
✔Saveur pasta (9): angel hair pasta with capellini and sakura prawns. There was a light whiff of truffle oil from the pasta. A good appetizer imo.
✔Pan seared Foie Gras (14): Decent portion though I would prefer the lentil a little sweeter.
✔Norwegian Salmon confit (12): Nicely done with great combi of conplements
✔Pot au Fen (Pork cheek, ribs, belly) (24): While the pork broth is sweet, I will skip this dish e next time.
✔Pistachio Baileys Panna Cotta* (12): Smooth cold dessert, caramalised pistachio and Baileys cream...hits the right note as a sweet end to your meal

Overall: ❤❤❤❤

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