Saveur | The New FrapasBar at Century Square and The Cathay
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While dining at Saveur, we would be remiss if we didn’t mention the Signature Saveur Pasta which has become so popular. As time goes by, Saveur is on its 7th years in the food and beverage industry. The new FrapasBar menu is a union of French and Tapas style food at affordable prices. Most of the dishes are priced at less than S$10, not more than S$22. Officially launched at Saveur Century Square and happily extended to the diners at The Cathay.
Dive into its Fresh Shucked Oysters seemed like the ideal appetizer to start a meal. Pssst, it’s only S$2 each!
Sakura ebi over nicely twirled angel hair seasoned with kombu, pork sauce and chilli oil. It’s one of the popular dishes that you can see it on almost every table!
Saveur Pasta at S$6.
This elegant salmon tartare appetizer has many hidden ingredients including avocado, shallots, jalapeño, cucumber, pickled ginger and touch of honey. Ends with popping ikura and pleasing edible flowers. Every mouthful is refreshing and brings a springy aroma.
Salmon Tartare at S$9.
A lush texture, rich and savoury flavour of the duck rillette with pickled onions and gherkins. Pretty surprised that the rillette dumpling goes well with Japanese mentaiko dipping sauce.
Rillette dumpling at S$7.
As you can see in the picture, the crabmeat croquette is made with lump crabmeat, cucumber, spring onion and coconut, seasoned with fennel, red chilli and mayo. Every mouthful of this crabmeat croquette will fill your mouth with nicely flavoured crabmeat however the texture is a bit dry.
Crabmeat croquette at S$9.
Dressed in a savoury and nutty sesame dressing, sesame seed, mustard, grilled broccolini that may even please non-veggie lovers.
Grilled broccolini at S$9.
Beef stew in red wine with a rich depth of flavour with the sweetness of the carrot. They prove it can go savoury-sweet but the Valrhona chocolate taste just as decadent.
Valrhona beef bourguignon at S$14.
Be it the classic lemon tart or chocolate moist fudge infused with rose fragrance, it’s a pleasure to satisfy the sweet tooth after a meal. I’ve enjoyed the lemon tart with lemon custard, assorted fruits and a scoop of refreshing sorbet. The lemon custard sings with its appetising lemony flavour and sweetness from fruits all set in a nice tart shell.
Lemon tart at S$9.
Chocolate moist fudge at S$9.
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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