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Saveur aims to offer "affordable, quality French Cuisine." It certainly succeeds on the affordable part, coming in at $20-$30 per pax for a three course meal, but stumbles somewhat to hit "quality" consistently. Of course, with prices as low as they are, we really shouldn't be expecting full blown goose liver and other premium ingredients, and overall we really do feel that Saveur is "decent" for the price.
Some hits were the awesome Salmon Confit (although French purists would scoff at calling anything other than duck and goose a "proper" confit), the starter Saveur Pasta and Foie Gras (duck liver instead of goose).
Among the misses were the Duck Confit (dry and excessively salty) and the Pork Belly (nice flavor but tough chewy skin).
Duck Leg Confit
Worth a visit if you're in the general vicinity or if you have a hankering for French cuisine on a budget; but not really worth it to make a trip here on purpose.
Salmon Confit,Foie Gras
Date of Visit: May 19, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately $27(Lunch)Other Ratings: