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Book 左 St Regis 住4日,2號下午試左佢地嘅 afternoon tea,當天客人不太多,環境氣氛舒適。首先有1份 tree set ,手指三文治的麵包有點硬,好像放了一段時間,中層的鹹點是鵝肝puff 及旦批,味道有點怪,旦批也不鬆化,最上層有紅莓撻、焦糖燉旦、朱古力,個撻皮都好鬆化,燉旦就甜度適中,跟著有一個酥皮焗小龍蝦薯蓉,個酥皮焗得不太夠時間,入口吾太鬆。外面自取有些壽司,scone ,旦糕,即煎Pancake,雪糕等,scone 質地有點散,又太乾。飮品叫左杯凍檸茶,冇茶味好淡。埋單 SGD115/2位,只可説是食氣氛,個人覺得不太值!
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Book 左 St Regis 住4日,2號下午試左佢地嘅 afternoon tea,當天客人不太多,環境氣氛舒適。
首先有1份 tree set ,手指三文治的麵包有點硬,好像放了一段時間,中層的鹹點是鵝肝puff 及旦批,味道有點怪,旦批也不鬆化,最上層有紅莓撻、焦糖燉旦、朱古力,個撻皮都好鬆化,燉旦就甜度適中,跟著有一個酥皮焗小龍蝦薯蓉,個酥皮焗得不太夠時間,入口吾太鬆。
外面自取有些壽司,scone ,旦糕,即煎Pancake,雪糕等,scone 質地有點散,又太乾。
飮品叫左杯凍檸茶,冇茶味好淡。
埋單 SGD115/2位,只可説是食氣氛,個人覺得不太值!
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My friend has invited me to this fine cuisine restaurant to have a feast here.  For the price of $55 per set meal, this is really a very generous gesture from her.  Really glad that i have came here as the food is really nice, service here is very fast and friendly, restaurant looks very beautiful with spacious layout and nice cosy environment.I had their pumpkin soup, which is thick and creamy with the natural pumpkin sweetness in it.  The added pumpkin seeds also added that extra crunch to thi
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My friend has invited me to this fine cuisine restaurant to have a feast here.  For the price of $55 per set meal, this is really a very generous gesture from her.  Really glad that i have came here as the food is really nice, service here is very fast and friendly, restaurant looks very beautiful with spacious layout and nice cosy environment.

I had their pumpkin soup, which is thick and creamy with the natural pumpkin sweetness in it.  The added pumpkin seeds also added that extra crunch to this soup when you drink it. 

The pan-seared margaret duck breast is very tender and juicy.  Every pieces of it have the mild orange fragrant to it, that is refreshing and yummy.  

Oven baked ocean Trout with young vegetable is really a huge plate of healthy food that is very filling and delicious.  Baked ocean trout is soft and fresh, with the added good mixed of vegetable to go along with it, is a must have for the healthy group.
Oven baked ocean Trout with young vegetable
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Pan-seared Margret Duck Breast Glazed with Orange Saurce
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Located at the ground level of The St. Regis Singapore hotel, Brasserie Les Saveurs offers contemporary French cuisine. During dinner time, it offers THE ST. REGIS CONNOISSEUR DINNER which consists of hors d’oeuvres and dessert buffet and a choice of main course from its special à la carte menu.Amuse Bouche The meal starts with a serving of salmon flakes, lightly seasoned in a shot glass.At the hors d’oeuvres buffet counter, there is various cold cut and seafood, assorted sushi, DIY mini salad c
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Located at the ground level of The St. Regis Singapore hotel, Brasserie Les Saveurs offers contemporary French cuisine. During dinner time, it offers THE ST. REGIS CONNOISSEUR DINNER which consists of hors d’oeuvres and dessert buffet and a choice of main course from its special à la carte menu.
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Amuse Bouche
The meal starts with a serving of salmon flakes, lightly seasoned in a shot glass.
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At the hors d’oeuvres buffet counter, there is various cold cut and seafood, assorted sushi, DIY mini salad counter and assorted breads.
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The shrimp salad is delicious with fat juicy shrimps.
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The roasted beef salad tastes great and juicy.
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The assorted sushi is average and unexciting.
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The soup of the day is Szechuan duck soup, which seems quite out of place in a French restaurant. Worse still, the soup tastes quite salty. And the meat is quite tough and dry, a result of having been left in the serving bowls for quite a while.

As for the mains :
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LA TRUITE
the oven-baked salmon with endive marmalade, young vegetable and béarnaise sauce is cooked just right with a hint of undercook. Tastes oily and juicy.
Also has the LES LÉGUMES fricassee of quinoa and fava beans, eggplant moussaka, vegetables drizzled with fresh basil oil, which looks a black patch of mash and tastes only of eggplant.
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Lastly we end the meal with TWG tea, as well as,
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the various desserts from the dessert buffet counter. One of thechoices available is bread pudding which is very soft and tasty from the warm dessert side.

While enjoying the food, there is also live singing by the piano and beautiful water display show by the fountain outside. Overall the food is average, but with the warm orange lighting and relaxing setting, time flew fast while eating here. Overall great place but food needs to improve. Usually it will costs $88 per person, but due to Restaurant Week's promotion, it costs one $55++ per person. So some may said it is a great deal.
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I do love the St. Regis Singapore for its array of delectable dining options. There's Yan Ting for fine dining Chinese cuisine, La Brezza for casual Italian and Brasserie Les Saveurs for everything else. Out of the lot, i could see myself dining at BLS most often. Champagne Brunch, Afternoon Tea, French dinner.. there's hardly anything BLS can't execute with panache.In fact, this was my third time dining at Brasserie Les Saveurs. This time I sampled the a la carte dishes prepared by Chef de Cuis
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I do love the St. Regis Singapore for its array of delectable dining options. There's Yan Ting for fine dining Chinese cuisine, La Brezza for casual Italian and Brasserie Les Saveurs for everything else. Out of the lot, i could see myself dining at BLS most often. Champagne Brunch, Afternoon Tea, French dinner.. there's hardly anything BLS can't execute with panache.

In fact, this was my third time dining at Brasserie Les Saveurs. This time I sampled the a la carte dishes prepared by Chef de Cuisine, Antoine Bonnet. The young chef has over 20 years of French culinary experience (he started cooking at the age of 14!) and he cooked his way through France, UK and Lebanon. French cuisine is still his passion as he finds challenge in creating deceptively simple dishes.

Our amuse bouche was the Steak Tartare. Light seasoning was used in this version of the tartare. Despite the thicker slices of the meat, the dish was silky and smooth, as was the flavor of the meat.

Second course was the Salade Nicoise. I can't never get enough of salads and this was refreshing with a touch of sweetness. Black pepper seared yellow fin tuna, mesclun leaves, quail eggs with marinated anchovies, green beans and Kalamata olives.

Next we had the Bouillabaisse Facon Les Saveurs which is a Fisherman's seafood stew slow simmered with fennel and saffron. While the seafood were fresh, i found the dish lacking in the rich seafood flavors that i'm accustomed to in a traditional bouillabaisse. I much enjoyed the lovely Rouille sauce with crusty bread as that added more robustness to the dish.

I could die many times over as long as i get my pan seared Foie Gras Poéle. BLS version is that with apple and rhubard compote, "sauternes" reduction raisins and brioche toast. Remember to separate the brioche from the compote asap so that it doesn't get soggy.

My favorite dish of the night was the Le Homard Thermidor. Huge Boston lobster flamed with cognac, mushroom bechamel sauce and gratinee gruyere. This is exactly how I love my baked seafood, with lotsa cream and cheese but still maintaining the sweetness of the crustacean. Oh and it's HUGE. Did I mention that already?

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Brasserie Les Saveurs is very beautifully adorned with sophisticated furnishings and full length glass windows, it completes my dining experience here at Brasserie Les Saveurs, perfectly. The restaurant has 2 cosy areas that are tucked in the corner of the restaurant. It gives diners an option to enjoy some personal time while enjoying the dinner, although I find the dining experience outside equally good. Accompanied with classy background music and occasionally complemented with a restaurant s
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Brasserie Les Saveurs is very beautifully adorned with sophisticated furnishings and full length glass windows, it completes my dining experience here at Brasserie Les Saveurs, perfectly.
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The restaurant has 2 cosy areas that are tucked in the corner of the restaurant. It gives diners an option to enjoy some personal time while enjoying the dinner, although I find the dining experience outside equally good. Accompanied with classy background music and occasionally complemented with a restaurant singer, time passes very fast here as you leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind.
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Amuse Bouche (Pan-seared scallop with Potato Espuma)
To prep and warm our stomach for the delectable dishes coming up, we were presented with a delicate cup of Potato Espuma containing a big round piece of Pan-Seared Scallop. The sides of the scallop was slightly crunchy but still manage to lock in the moisture within. Already flavourful by itself, the scallop taste even better after generously coated with Potato Espuma.
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Salad Nicoise (S$36)


Who would have thought that greens can arrive at your table looking so appetizing. Besides mesclun leaves, cherry tomatoes and quail eggs, the Salad Nicoise includes quality ingredients like black-pepper-seared yellow fin tuna and marinated anchovies.

The more than ordinary appetizer pleases the tastebud with their salad dressing that comes with a tangy taste.
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Bouillabaisse Facon Les Saveurs (S$19)
What surprise me was not the abundant fresh seafood filling the bowl to the brim. It was the thick broth stock that has gone through a long slow simmer with saffron and fennel, giving diners a palatable bowl of fisherman's seafood stew.
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Le Homard Thermidor (S$75)

The lobster always steal the limelight of the night without fail, for it goes through much complexity to cook up a lobster dish and of course its expensive value. The interesting thing about the Le Homard Thermidor is this: The lobster body is first chopped into bite-sized pieces with sautéed mushroom, then flamed with cognac, mushroom bechamel sauce and gratinee gruyere; while the lobster claws are lightly battered and fried to give a different texture.
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Australian Prime Ribs (S$48)

Brace yourself for a flavour explosion as you work through the premium ribs that come with the choice of either horseradish sauce or red wine sauce.. or take the best of both worlds! Served with roasted potatoes and tomatoes, sink your teeth into the Australian Prime Rib as it scores a touchdown with its succulent and juicy texture.
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To end of the mouth-watering series of dishes, we had the Le Gateau A La Banane -Banana mousse cake and apricot compote, mango salsa, banana and ginger ice cream. It could be better if the ginger ice cream has a stronger ginger taste. But other than that, the banana mousse cake was certainly moist.

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Celine

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For full reviews and pictures, visit my blog at www.ms-skinnyfat.comAs part of the St. Regis Arts Celebration held from 29 Jul to 4 Aug 2013, I was invited to the exclusive preview of The American Kaleidoscope special menu created by Chef Chris Kurth of The US Grant, A Luxury Collection Hotel, San Diego at Brasserie Les Saveurs. The 5-course Dinner is based on Chef Chris' interpretations of iconic American favorites.For $188 per pax, guests can look forward to a degustation dinner paired with bo
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As part of the St. Regis Arts Celebration held from 29 Jul to 4 Aug 2013, I was invited to the exclusive preview of The American Kaleidoscope special menu created by Chef Chris Kurth of The US Grant, A Luxury Collection Hotel, San Diego at Brasserie Les Saveurs. The 5-course Dinner is based on Chef Chris' interpretations of iconic American favorites.

For $188 per pax, guests can look forward to a degustation dinner paired with boutique American wines during this period. The wine pairing changes every night so go check out the list. I enjoyed the Beringer's Chardonnay very much.

The Baked Red Beet Root was absolutely delish. This was certainly my favorite course. I love the mix of flavors and texture in this one. A light sourish Ricotta wrapped in sweet and crisp Feuille Brick Tarragon. An airy and innovative Chive meringue with arugula. Pieces of juicy sweet beetroot and some California dates with sea salt. Truly amazing dish.

Second course was the San Diego 'Mock Turtle Soup' which is made from braised US Black Angus Beef and Tongue to replace the actual turtle which was used in the past at the San Diego US Grant hotel. I was told that tongue has a similar texture to turtle (which i have never had). Robust flavors in this fish stock dish.

Next was the Pan seared Albacore Tuna. I'm not a huge fan of tuna but this was palatable enough. The meat was simply done and i could taste the freshness of it. The powdered brown butter was subtle but went very well with the fish. Oregon Pinot noir reduction and pickled strawberries and a purée of cilantro and sweet onion garnished and added interesting flavors to the dish.

The Charcoal-Grilled Colorado Lamb Saddle was my other favorite. I've never had lamb that is so simply done and yet tastes this amazing. Chef used a Mediterranean style of pairing with the sweet dried fruit preserves which worked extremely well.

We concluded lunch with the Almond Brown Butter cake with a milk confiture and apricot sorbet with caramelized white chocolate ice cream and black cherry beignet. The dessert was on the whole rather sweet except for the tangy sorbet and the lovely beignet which was like a tempura cherry. Nevertheless, great dense and moist texture from the cake and lovely caramel white choc ice cream.

To enjoy the celebration in its entirety, you should get a seat at the St. Regis Midnight Supper, the gala dinner held at Brasserie Les Saveurs on 2nd August. This includes the front row seating at The Whiffenpoofs recital and the 5 course degustation menu by Chef Chris, complete with wine pairing. The St. Regis Singapore will be donating S$100 to UNICEF for every seat purchased at $288. Support a good cause anyone?
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Have always wanted to try a French dining place but never really got a chance until one of my friends decided to hold her birthday dinner at this restaurant. Dress code was required. We were seated at a long table and a menu was placed on all our plates which was done exclusively for her. After we were seated, the waitress approached us one by one to ask if we are allergic to any food despite the planned menu and if we would like to make any changes to the menu - it was quite odd to me as i thou
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Have always wanted to try a French dining place but never really got a chance until one of my friends decided to hold her birthday dinner at this restaurant. Dress code was required. We were seated at a long table and a menu was placed on all our plates which was done exclusively for her.

After we were seated, the waitress approached us one by one to ask if we are allergic to any food despite the planned menu and if we would like to make any changes to the menu - it was quite odd to me as i thought this should be asked before the menu? No complains though since its a treat by the birthday girl.
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The bread and butter was served. The butter is heavenly. Second best that i've eaten. 5 of us finished 2 baskets of bread but we used more than 10 butters... the butters are so good to eat it alone!
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The amuse bouche is decent, although some of my friends doesnt fancy the taste. Amuse bouche is done according to the chef's selection and wine is served as well but i cant remember the brand and the year of the wine. The orange base has a hint of tomato and it tasted citrusy.
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The terrine de foie gras is decent, its done with sauterne wine, braised fig, balsamic vinegar and came with mesclun salad and brioche toast. Not a big fan of foie gras so 1 serving of this is enough for me though some of my friends raved about it.
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Loved this the most! It came after the foie gras. Its pumpkin veloute with roasted chestnut with croutons and Parmesan cheese. The pumpkin is fragrant and the chestnut taste only came after it. Surprisingly, the Parmesan cheese is not overwhelming.
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The slow cooked stuffed turkey which came with Brussels' sprout, potato and forest mushrooms was the last dish and the most filling of all.
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Lastly, the dessert is a slow-baked apple with calvados custard cream and green apple sorbet. The sorbet is a good dessert to wash the taste of the turkey, Would prefer more of the calvados custard cream though. The brandy brings out the taste of the apple and the sorbet.

The captain brought us a cake at the end of the dinner but we couldn't stomach it. Who would have thought these small portions of french food would make us so full? Perhaps its the never ending wine? Nevertheless, we brought the cake back to our suite.

We cut the cake after midnight and.... the cake is..... unexpectedly not very good. We were quite disappointed or perhaps they are not well known for their cakes? In the end, we gave the cake to our butler but we are not sure if he did finish it. . .

Overall, it was a good experience as it was my second time to sit through a french fine dining place.
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The Great Afternoon Tea Revamp!Afternoon Tea at The St. Regis Singapore just got even more affordable! Plus, it now has a new moniker – with additional refinements to boot.If you can’t resist afternoon tea and if scones and all things dainty are right up your alley, then you have to head to Brasserie Les Saveurs at The St. Regis Singapore for The Grand Astor Afternoon Tea. Plus, with a $10++ drop in prices, you have one more reason to spend a nice, quiet afternoon at The St. Regis! Recently reva
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Afternoon Tea at The St. Regis Singapore just got even more affordable! Plus, it now has a new moniker – with additional refinements to boot.
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If you can’t resist afternoon tea and if scones and all things dainty are right up your alley, then you have to head to Brasserie Les Saveurs at The St. Regis Singapore for The Grand Astor Afternoon Tea. Plus, with a $10++ drop in prices, you have one more reason to spend a nice, quiet afternoon at The St. Regis!

Recently revamped and arguably one of the best in Singapore, The Grand Astor Afternoon Tea features a made-in-heaven Scone Bar, which is a real hit because you don’t just get one or two kinds of scones – you get to choose from a whole array of the freshly baked goodies! Featuring both sweet and savoury versions, must-try scone types are The St. Regis Classic Scones and Perrigord Black Summer Truffles Scones.

It doesn’t stop at the scones. Traditionalists will delight in relishing classic finger sandwiches like Sliced Tomato and Cucumber and Smoked Salmon and Dill Cream Cheese, to the flavourful Oven-roasted Chicken with Celery and Creamy Egg-chive Mayonnaise – all which are prepared à la minute for optimum freshness.

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I love high tea and I was super delighted to be able to try the Afternoon Tea at St Regis. I have to say I was impressed. The decor was lovely and luxurious, and you definitely can have a relaxing afternoon whether you're meeting with friends or just looking to chill alone. They have a scones bar! There were 5 different flavours but I tried the truffle scone and the original scone. The truffle scone was divine! You get a strong flavour of truffle and it borders on the sweet/savoury for me. Ask f
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I love high tea and I was super delighted to be able to try the Afternoon Tea at St Regis. I have to say I was impressed. The decor was lovely and luxurious, and you definitely can have a relaxing afternoon whether you're meeting with friends or just looking to chill alone. They have a scones bar! There were 5 different flavours but I tried the truffle scone and the original scone. The truffle scone was divine! You get a strong flavour of truffle and it borders on the sweet/savoury for me. Ask for the truffle cream to go along with it, you won't regret!
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The assortment of jams you get to choose to pair with your truffles. I like the apricot jam.
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Their 3 tier made me drool when it arrived at the table. The bottom tier was your usual finger sandwiches, but it was the 2nd and top tier that made me excited. The second tier had quiche and pot pie! The quiche was light and delightful, not too heavy to make you gelat. I was told they change their pot pie fillings frequently, so the filling I had was beef and it was awesome! Breaking into that crispy puff pastry to dig into the pot of salty tender beef goodness...sigh

The top tier had pea soup and a ham and egg kind of pudding. The pea soup is good! You'll be surprised because I was expecting some yucky pea liquid but it was warm and aromatic and damn good!
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For the Afternoon Tea, you also get to hit the buffet of desserts! How awesome is that! You get a variety of cakes, tarts, macrons (must try), crumble, etc. Take as much as you can eat! Plus wash it down with the lovely TWG teas they have available. The afternoon will fly by real quick as you enjoy yourself there!
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For a complete review, please visit: http://www.epinosh.com/brasserie-les-saveurs-reload-singapore/ I have reviewed a few times since and yes, they are consistent with top-notch service - almost unbeatable. Let me share with you their dinner menu which I think it has been less covered here. All my meal attempts at Brasserie Les Saveurs were pleasant – nothing screwed up – but not utterly out of this world. Believe it or not, this is the only restaurant proved to be a cut above the rest in the 6-
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I have reviewed a few times since and yes, they are consistent with top-notch service - almost unbeatable. Let me share with you their dinner menu which I think it has been less covered here.
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All my meal attempts at Brasserie Les Saveurs were pleasant – nothing screwed up – but not utterly out of this world. Believe it or not, this is the only restaurant proved to be a cut above the rest in the 6-star rated tavern, with Yan Ting being the runner up. But it makes me wonder what infallible strategies the business have employed to make it sustainable in the long run when I see a fading crowd, the dining room barely filled with 15 guests on a Saturday evening. Strong bottom line or just keeping afloat, either way, it should least worry me, as long as they still served me quality food with exceptional service. Yes, their Maître d‘ is expecting my arrival and receives me cordially.
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I was here for a round of dinner, a birthday celebration sort with a group. The idea of sitting right in front of the Live band sounds groovy but turned out ill-considered. I will relate why as it goes along.
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The opening ceremony wasn’t at full blast but one that’s solemn. Arrived in pairs, the wait staff sent messages from the Chef of Cuisine – Alexandre Lozachmeur, who aims to amuse us and that was why it has been called the “Amuse Bouche“. I didn’t need this to understand his culinary intention, obviously this is French classics with a modern touch. Lovely duck confit, slowed cooked to yield a tender (not meltingly) texture and then meticulously tear into humble strips to feed the guests. Sits atop a bed of lentils evenly dressed in light vinaigrette, the duck meat shines in the dark and becomes a bit more stimulating with chives decor.
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Well, the messengers have left us quite a while, giving us room to handle the mouth amuser and avoid eavesdropping behind the partition. But I know we were been observed from a distance, that was how they were described as “discreet & attentive”! I hope our laughter didn’t radiate the whole dining room and thanks to the Live music, our serious conversation turned into a few moments of chuckle, then ventured into some senseless jokes when we interpret each other wrongly – because we were muffling away as the band plays in the background. So, my end-of-day conclusion was right – I made a bad judgement, I chose the wrong table but it was fun, anyway. We turned silent when we noticed the messengers were back in the hall. Marching towards us, this time, they delivered the Terrine de Foie Gras.

Being popular and well-liked, this duck foie gras came to me in a terrine form. I took a few twinkles before slather a part of it on my brioche toast. Undeniably good, very rich and buttery. I am not a fan of this “fat-liver” species, as I find the force-feeding breeding technique disturbing and so I could only consumed a portion of it. I know most people cannot resist its delicate taste and although this is a duck version, it was less gamey and melting, not losing its shine when placed side by side with those goose cousins. The braised figs are not to be missed. They were cushy, naturally sweet with a sharp sourish note fathered by the balsamic vinegar decked within the salad, very refreshing.
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Then the soup arrived. It seems the chef is getting a little impatient, sending us his new message more quickly by now. Never mind about the pace, I could stop them when appropriate. Watching them drowning the pancetta in my plate with that creamy Chestnut Veloute was so tantalizing. The engagement was rhythmic with chestnut bits, then bacon fragments, followed by the smooth and velvety chestnut creme whirling in my mouth – sensational. I have always loved the veloute here, either the pumpkins or spinach, they were all good. The volume was kept reasonable, hence it wouldn’t weigh you down. But some in my group did find it slightly too creamy, so its up to one’s tolerance.
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This braised short rib is prime! Every one agreed that this is the key catalyst to the night’s event. Unbelievably dissolved in the mouth, I have changed my mind to like this over the Coq au vin at db Bistro (I know its a different breed but the french classic way). The beef burgundy at Antoinette was considered good by the group until they were greeted by this esteemed Plat de Côte. The well-marbled beef cut has been braised in red wine, producing an ultra-tender; barely visible texture that rewards me with mouthful of rich winery flavour. The potato purée smeared in part with tapenade sauce was buttery and smooth, not too complex but very heart-warming. The modern beef cube was truly a refined piece, I was completed sold.
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At last, the chef has send us his love note. His 2-piece poetry appears romantic and impressive. The Hazenut ice-cream was chocolatey, not overly sweet though I’d prefer some good bitter ones. It’s tactical and trying hard to pair up the two, but none was psychoactive. Not entirely weak, at least that slab of milk chocolate mass was worth remembering for its caramel taste highlighted with a hint of salt that average out the otherwise cloying feel. And the lusty segment was gently carpeted by a praline sable which was made sandy and mimics the taste of a shortbread but faint. This masterpiece was striving hard to win me over but I was not attracted by it, sadly. Not complaining but this Chocolat au Lait et Noisettes was anemic among the rest.
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For full story cover;http://www.epinosh.com/2012/05/brasserie-les-saveur-st-regis-singapore.htmlHere, the afternoon tea is served daily, except on Sunday when they offer a Sunday Champagne Brunch. Like most tea rooms in Britain, the tea session starts from 3-5pm. At Brasserie Les Saveurs, you may opt for a normal high tea costing $56++ or a high tea that comes with a glass of Champagne at $66++.By standard, you will be served a 3-tier afternoon tea which comprises of 2 scones (middle-tier): Plai
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Here, the afternoon tea is served daily, except on Sunday when they offer a Sunday Champagne Brunch. Like most tea rooms in Britain, the tea session starts from 3-5pm. At Brasserie Les Saveurs, you may opt for a normal high tea costing $56++ or a high tea that comes with a glass of Champagne at $66++.

By standard, you will be served a 3-tier afternoon tea which comprises of 2 scones (middle-tier): Plain & Cranberry topped with chopped pistachio while an assortment of savory finger sandwiches appeared on the last tier. The clotted creme and homemade strawberry conserves are served alongside on the top tier. If you dislike strawberries for any reason, you may request for other commercial fruit jams which I felt are not worth the substitution.

The scones were by far most well-deserving. The size was smaller than usual but a comparable thickness. It was very rich and buttery. Sturdy-looking yet crumbly and moist that melts in your mouth. It taste more delightful as you dabbed the fragments with clotted creme. The creme was very refreshing & not heavy. I most liked the homemade strawberry conserve and adamantly vouch for its freshness and the right amount of sweetness.

The pretty-looking strawberry puff named "Shael", was the winner among the 4. It has a spongy puff and the strawberry cream oozes out as you cut open. The cream was light and refreshing. It has a strong strawberry flavour and was sweet. The pastry looked so girly with that macron tiara!

The blueberry tea cake was second best. The highlight of the dessert was the rose-infused custard creme, ..............
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I was very happy with our visit to Brasserie Les Saveurs this Christmas. We had the Champagne Christmas Brunch (SGD 188) which had free flowing Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut. The brunch was on the pricey side, but the quality of the food (especially the seafood and dessert buffet!) was more than enough to compensate for the price. If I find myself spending Christmas in Singapore again next year, I will definitely be eating Christmas Day brunch here again. We went to Brasserie Les Saveurs for the firs
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I was very happy with our visit to Brasserie Les Saveurs this Christmas. We had the Champagne Christmas Brunch (SGD 188) which had free flowing Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut. The brunch was on the pricey side, but the quality of the food (especially the seafood and dessert buffet!) was more than enough to compensate for the price. If I find myself spending Christmas in Singapore again next year, I will definitely be eating Christmas Day brunch here again. We went to Brasserie Les Saveurs for the first time thanks to Restaurant Week. As part of the promotion, we pay $55++ for 3 course dinner, of which we can choose 2-3 dishes from the entree, main course and dessert. Located within St Regis, ambience is obviously good. High ceilings with live music and a dedicated waitress to serve us. With floor to ceiling glass panels, we were able to look out at the scenery too.
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a friend of mine treated me to this placeit was really a nice place and the food was great!we had a plate with some reddy stuff.. i can't remember what it is .. but the prawns was fresh and the fried dumpling was really good~we also had a plate of steak.. and both looked brown and dark.. but it tasted really goodthe last item we had was the dessertfull of chocolate.. and berries... brown and red.. really nice!
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a friend of mine treated me to this place

it was really a nice place and the food was great!

we had a plate with some reddy stuff.. i can't remember what it is .. but the prawns was fresh and the fried dumpling was really good~

we also had a plate of steak.. and both looked brown and dark.. but it tasted really good

the last item we had was the dessert

full of chocolate.. and berries... brown and red.. really nice!
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I was here with a friend for a high tea at St Regis. We have made the resevation around 2 weeks earlier as most of the time, the high tea are fully booked. So rememember to book early.Their hightea starts from 3pm - 5pm on Fri- Sun at $56++ or $66++ with a glass of champagne per person. We have made reservation on a Saturaday and arrived at 3pm.The high tea starts with a 3-tier set with 4 types of sandwiches, Scones - which consists of some plain scones and cranberry scones. As you can see, the
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I was here with a friend for a high tea at St Regis. We have made the resevation around 2 weeks earlier as most of the time, the high tea are fully booked. So rememember to book early.

Their hightea starts from 3pm - 5pm on Fri- Sun at $56++ or $66++ with a glass of champagne per person. We have made reservation on a Saturaday and arrived at 3pm.

The high tea starts with a 3-tier set with 4 types of sandwiches, Scones - which consists of some plain scones and cranberry scones. As you can see, the scones were wrapped in a cloth to keep it moist and warm. So when eaten, the scones were moist and soft on the inside while rather crispy on the outside.

For the choice of one hot savoury, We have ordered a Creme Brulee Foie Gras - which is foie gras creme brulee with red onion compote and a Vol Au Vent A La Francaise - which is a oven baked puff pastry filled with creamy chicken and mushroom filling.

The Creme Brulee Foie Gras tasted quite amazing and kind of weird with the savoury foie gras topped with burnt caramel. Well, we didnt really like the taste of it. On the other hand, the Vol Au Vent A La Francaise tasted very nice, as the baked pastry was very well baked. It was very crispy and flaky on the outside and with the creamy chicken and musroom filling, it tasted very nice.

We also get to choose 2 miniature pastries each to go with our coffee and tea. The miniature pastries all tasted rather nice and fresh. I love the chocolate pastry the most which tasted rather strong and not very sweet.

Well, the high tea at St Regis was rather expensive but you will definetly love the ambience of the place and the quality of the service and food. Its okay to pamper yourself once in a while.
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An opulent yet cosy combination of rich fabrics, lavish chandelier & expertly crafted interiors gives Brasserie Les Saveurs a warmth & soothing ambience. Located at the grand luxurious St Regis S’pore, with generous views of the hotel pool & lush gardens, the venue is a perfect place for afternoon tea or to chill out with friends. The French cuisine started with a molecule gastronomy treat; a Bacon & Potato Foam Espuma which was amazingly delicious.It was one of those moments when I wanted just
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An opulent yet cosy combination of rich fabrics, lavish chandelier & expertly crafted interiors gives Brasserie Les Saveurs a warmth & soothing ambience.
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Located at the grand luxurious St Regis S’pore, with generous views of the hotel pool & lush gardens, the venue is a perfect place for afternoon tea or to chill out with friends.
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The French cuisine started with a molecule gastronomy treat; a Bacon & Potato Foam Espuma which was amazingly delicious.
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It was one of those moments when I wanted just something light. I’d the day’s selection of fresh French Oysters @ S$10/pc, which was exactly what I’d wanted.
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I hit it off next with their Lobster Bisque @ S$25. The Maitre D came with a plate beautiful Ravioli.
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Then he poured the Bisque into the plate. The creamy soup was rich & bursting with the flavour of my favourite seafood. Only complaint: It wasn't piping hot.
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Escargots used to be in the menu of many fine dining restaurants. Recently years, they seemed to disappear from the menus but instead replaced with delicacies such as Foie Gras. So I was overjoyed upon seeing Snails in Saveurs’ Carte du jour & jumped at the offer without second thoughts.

However, the S$22 appetizer did not turned out as I’d envisaged. It was more of a Croquette. It was partly my fault, as I didn't study the menu properly. I’d to admit that the Escargots in garlic-infused bouillon wasn’t as appetizing & I was disappointed.
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I ended my lunch with a sweet note though. The warm Manjari Moelleux served with Malibu Sorbet & Pandan Coconute Espuma @ S$21 was out of this world.
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I couldn’t resist their dessert trolley & decided to take out some. The Chariot De Desserts were going @ S$22 for 2, so I’d selected 4 of their recommendation to take out. However, the image of the cute desserts was marred by the containers. I was shocked that such a high-end hotel didn’t even have a proper cake box barring its hotel logo. Instead, they were packed in plastic containers just like any hawkers outside.

Despite much being said about this new kid on the block, the overall dining experience @ Saveurs was just very average. Not much complaints about food except that service was extremely slow even though it was just half-occupied. Points minus for those lousy cake containers.
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