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Brasserie Les Saveurs Set Lunch – French Restaurant at St Regis Hotel

The Brasserie Les Saveurs set lunch looks like a good deal. A $56++ three course lunch at the luxurious St Regis Hotel French restaurant sounds quite reasonable nowadays when a humble rice bowl lunch can cost $30++.

Brasserie Les Saveurs Set Lunch - French Restaurant at St Regis Hotel

As we entered the St Regis hotel, we could sense that it has the smell and feel of a well-managed organisation. Well-dressed staff are helpful and always polite. It would be nice to staycation in a hotel like this with a location at the quiet end of Singapore’s Orchard Road. Close to the shopping, but away from the crowd

French Restaurant at St Regis Hotel

It has been years since we last visited Brasserie Les Saveurs. It still has the grand restaurant look with a tall ceiling and spacious interior which never fails to impress. The best parts of the French Restaurant at St Regis Hotel are the cosy alcoves which are perfect for a romantic meal for two. Dining at one of these tables makes us feel like royalty. Being on an elevated platform, we can survey our ‘subjects’ as we dine in luxury. The downside of this arrangement is that it is hard to catch the attention of the staff if you need anything. But that is a small price to pay.

Brasserie Les Saveurs Set Lunch - French Restaurant at St Regis Hotel
Dining Alcove at Brasserie Les Saveurs

The Brasserie Les Saveurs Set Lunch

Here are pictures of the Brasserie Les Saveurs set lunch menu and a few sample pages of the a la carte menu.

Brasserie Les Saveurs Set Lunch Menu
Brasserie Les Saveurs Set Lunch Menu 2022

Brasserie Les Saveurs Set Lunch : Starters

Some nice warm bread and butter were served at the start of our meal. The table setting was elegant. We selected the Escargots du Bourgogne and the salad with charred octopus (each attracting a $4 surcharge).

Brasserie Les Saveurs Set Lunch - French Restaurant at St Regis Hotel

The escargots had nice flavours, being coated with the fragrance of garlic butter. But they were very small. The salad with octopus was attractively presented. There were reasonable slices of octopus tentacles. But they tasted rather bland and we could hardly detect any charred flavours on them.

Main Course

Our choices of main course were steamed barramundi and the pork loin. Not the most exciting of dishes, but these were good, predictable dishes for lunch. The pork was a bit too pink for us at first but they were happy to cook it up a notch for us.

    

Desserts

Our desserts were hazelnut choux (picture above) and chocolate tart. According to an internet search, the word “choux” means cabbage in French. The choux pastry gets this name as the shape of a little ball of choux looks like a small cabbage. It was quite a nice dessert – light and not very sweet. But the clear winner was the chocolate tart. This was made with rich dark chocolate and was probably the best dish of the day. Overall, we had mixed feelings about the food, but the ambience and good service made up for that.

Ratings:
Food: 3
Service: NA
Value: 3
Atmosphere: 3
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs     3 Tops

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Brasserie Les Saveurs
The St. Regis Hotel Singapore  (Lobby Level)
29 Tanglin Road
Singapore 247911

Tel: +65 6506 6860


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