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2013-10-13 137 views
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
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 counter and assorted breads. The shrimp salad is delicious with fat juicy shrimps. The roasted beef salad tastes great and juicy. The assorted sushi is average and unexciting. 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 : 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. Lastly we end the meal with TWG tea, as well as, 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.