Saveur is the brainchild of two young and enterprising friends who decided to pursue their dreams. After stints at various fine diners like Guy Savoy, Fifty Three and Tetsuya’s in Sydney, they discovered that there is a need to provide quality French fare at affordable prices. Armed with an entrepreneur rigor and wit, Saveur was set up. 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. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sat
11:30 - 21:30
11:30 - 21:00
Payment Methods
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Review (45)
Level1 2016-08-30
really very good!weather the food or the tast…are all better…and the environmrnt is good…will come again continue reading
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Level4 2015-05-03
Located on the ground floor of Far East Plaza, is Saveur. It is right next to the Nasi Lemak stall.To sustain their affordable prices, they have jam packed the dining area, so it can get quite loud, which ended up with me getting a migraine and feeling light headed, as it was very stuffy as well.Make a reservation if you don't want to wait at least 30 minutes for a table.At each table, you will find a order chit with a pen, you can tick what you plan to order and the waitress will come around and confirm your order.It's always refreshing to see a bible verse on the first page of the menu 1. Mushroom Soup $4.90++Served like a drink, it was very creamy and authentic, definitely not straight out of a can! 2. Pasta $4.90++I really liked the pasta, it was al dente, even though there was supposedly chilli oil, I couldn't taste any spiciness. The crispy little shrimps added a crunch in every bite! Highly recommended!3. Confit of Duck $13.90 ++The mash was like a fluffy pillow of potato! Any baby would happily lick this plate clean of the mash! It was deliciously tasty! The duck meat was also, very tender and it pretty much fell off the bone! The skin of the duck was very crispy and slightly oily. The sauteed mushrooms was juicy and they really didn't give us enough of these perfectly cooked mushrooms!4. Chicken Roulade $10.90++This was slightly too cheesy for my liking, but the chicken tasted okay. I wasn't a fan of this dish though.As the restaurant was very busy on a friday night, it took forever to get service. Everytime we needed either the order taken or the bill, it took forever. So please bring some patience and a very low level of service expectation and you will have a great meal The food is good and it is gentle on your POSB account! continue reading
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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 continue reading
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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.1. Salmon (X’mas & New Year Special) (S$5.90++)Loveable crisp and just enough saltiness.2. Foie Gras (S$9.90++)Fine dining defined. Perfect tenderness combined with a slightly fruity flavor.3. Pasta (S$7.90++) (X’mas & New Year Special)The pasta was cooked well and the sauce was packed with big flavor.4. Duck Confit (S$12.90++)The duck confit was crispy on the outside but tender in the middle. As it can be a bit salty, it is better to eat it with the mashed potato to tone down the saltiness.5. Beef (S$24.90++)Artistic presentation. I love the texture of the beef. For the seasoning, it was okay but it seems something was missing.I’ve been hearing good things about their duck confit. To be honest, the entrées kind of overpowered the mains. Therefore, the mains didn’t impress me much although they were enjoyable.With that affordable price and entertaining dishes, you should try to visit this restaurant if you want some exciting French meals. continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-23
Saveur recently introduced a special 3 course lunch menu on Mondays to Fridays from 1130am to 3pm at $22.90++. It is slightly cheaper than if you order them ala-carte. From a selection of entrees, mains and desserts, make your choice of one from each category.We had the Saveur's Pasta as the entree, duck confit as the main and the earl grey creme brulee for dessert. The Saveur's Pasta is my all time favourite, al dente angel hair pasta tossed with chilli oil and topped with sakura ebi. With its nice presentation, price and taste, I feel it well surpass pastas served in some other restaurants. It is just so tasty and addictive that I can never have enough of it. The duck confit is tender and fragrant, well marinated and flavourful, served with very yummy mash potato. These two dishes are my must haves whenever I am at Saveur. I have always wanted to try their other mains but eventually I would succumb to the Duck Confit. The earl grey creme brulee is as tantalising as it looks!If you are looking for french fare at affordable prices, this is definitely the place to be. Ambience wise, dont expect much, afterall this is a place for the masses. Im not sure why, but the place is very noisy, like a marketplace, even fast food restaurants arent so noisy. It makes one just want to leave immediately after finishing our food. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)