02 November 2014


Sauver originated from a corner coffee shop in East Coast, opposite Katong 112, where they took up a small space to cater quality French cuisine to the heartlanders.  It was later relocated to Purvis street and Far East Plaza.  The 2 places have been doing a roaring business and the waiting time to obtain a place was long as no reservation is alloted.

The restaurant has gone uptrend by opening another place in ION Orchard, with reservations allowed.  Although the place is not big and a bit cramp but the food was worth the price.  We celebrated a birthday dinner last night.

It was only 7.30 pm and the place was already 3 quarter filled

Complimentary canapes and truffle creamy soup was served

We had appetizer before the main course  -  truffle pasta with tiger prawn

Lovely creamy and smooth truffle chestnut soup

Crackling roasted pork belly with vegetable pie, but too small a portion for DH.   We had to give him a share of our portion

Popular dish or duck leg confit with a small piece of foie gras.  The duck was cooked to perfection with crispy skin and succulent meat

You can order a 3-course set meal with a starter, 2 main courses and a dessert :

Foamy egg confit and truffle with potatoe chips and nuts

Roasted pigeon with pickled morsels, white lentils and vegetables

Steam cod fish

Molten chocolate cake with 3-flavor ice cream : vanilla, berries and green tea sprinkle with pistachio nuts

Complimentary birthday cake - macaroon and cookie with chocolate chips, a nice gesture.  Thank you!

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