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“Average Business lunch”
Review of Guy Savoy - CLOSED

Guy Savoy
Cuisines: French
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Good for: Business meetings
Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Description: Experience world-class flavors. Award-winning Chef Guy Savoy is the youngest of the French legends credited with pioneering 'Nouvelle Cuisine'Selecting only the finest ingredients, Chef Guy Savoy prepares and serves with an uncompromising awareness of what makes a dining experience truly exceptional. This is what earned the prestigious Guy Savoy restaurant in Paris three Michelin stars. Chef Savoy has profound respect for his carefully selected ingredients. Flavors are gently coaxed so that every bite of food makes a statement. His technique is best exemplified in his signature dishes, which create an exquisite mix of aromas and flavors that will tantalize the senses of guests at Guy Savoy.Signature Dishes:• Artichoke and black truffle soup, toasted mushroom brioche and black truffle butter • Crispy seabass with delicate spices • Chocolate fondant with layered praline and chicory cream
Hong Kong
Level 6 Contributor
435 reviews
292 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 140 helpful votes
“Average Business lunch”
Reviewed January 25, 2014 via mobile

Had a business lunch here and the food was good but nothing to shout about. Service and food was good but not what one would expect from a restaurant baring the celebrity chef name.

Visited January 2014
Thank kmquek
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  • Chinese (Simplified) first
  • English first
  • French first
  • German first
  • Japanese first
  • Portuguese first
  • Russian first
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English first
Level 6 Contributor
114 reviews
47 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 107 helpful votes
“Excellent food, but avoid the wine list”
Reviewed January 23, 2014

First problem we had was locating the restaurant in the Marina Bay Sands - not easy!
We sat at the bar thinking we would have a drink before going to the table, but no- one appeared to serve us, so we gave up and went to the table. Then things got a whole lot better.
A series of amuse bouches were offered all of which were delicious. My artichoke and mushroom soup with black truffle brioche was one of the best ever. The entrees had a lot of different ingredients but the combinations worked very well. The chocolate orb dessert was very tasty as were the treats that accompanied the coffee.
The wine list was largely French and the prices were astronomical compared with prices in Europe or other comparable restaurants in Singapore.

  • Visited January 2014
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Thank Lucyleopard
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Singapore, Singapore
Level 3 Contributor
10 reviews
6 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
“Good Food and Great Staff!”
Reviewed January 17, 2014

Food is very good here at this restaurant but not yet to the level of amazing. I went for the Innovation and Insipration menu to get the full experience of what this restaurant can offer. While most of the dishes on the menu were very good, there were 2 dishes that I thought were amazing and 2 that failed my taste pallete completely.

I simply loved the oyster concasse. Everything from the execution and the taste was just perfect. The freshness of the Normandy oyster blended perfectly with a lemon and seaweed granite was indeed able to produce a heavenly taste appetizer that was fresh and full of flavor. The next wonderful dish was the artichoke and black truffle soup which tasted so soulful and so sexy as it was light and yet creamy, sweet and yet savoury at the same time.

The Salmon "frozen" on ice was nice but the use of the tasteless but heavily scented lemongrass consomme really ruined the dish. The same with the pan-fried foei gras. While it was perfectly fried, it was runied by the genmaicha "infused-duck bouillon" that just didn't match well with the richness of of foei gras. Maybe it was the chef's intention to balance out the richness of foei gras but I certainly failed to see the point.

The staff is the other amazing factor of this restaurant. Every single one of them including the chef was great the evening I was there. Everyone was friendly and knowledgable at the same time about the products in the restaurant. The presentation of every dish was perfect and the pace of which our dishes came out was timed very nicely and appropriately.

  • Visited January 2014
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Thank ex8ted
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Arlington, VA
Level 6 Contributor
161 reviews
133 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 68 helpful votes
“Unexpected Treat in Singapore”
Reviewed January 10, 2014

On a last minute request to find a good French restaurant for my girlfriend and I, on a Friday evening no less, our hotel concierge came through with a reservation for us at the Guy Savoy at the Marina Bay Sands. Prior to traveling to Singapore, we had not paid great attention to this establishment, despite solid reviews.

From the moment we arrived to the moment we set foot outside the door, we were treated as valued clients and pampered with nice, unexpected treats, above and beyond what was listed on the menu. Our reservation was early, and we were in fact the first guests to arrive. This made us perhaps a bit nervous with multiple staff members hovering around our table, but as I watched the subsequent guests arrive, this actually seemed to be the norm, not unlike other high end restaurants. Each staff member has a role to play, and in the end, as a guest, you probably interact with a dozen people from the hostess to the chef (who paid a visit to our table after the meal to check if we had enjoyed our experience - and we had, of course). Our servers were quite friendly and professional, but sometimes they seemed a little unsure of themselves, almost like they were still new. However, I was not particularly bothered by this, especially since they put a great effort in ensuring that our every need was looked after.

Just to find something to criticize, I pointed out to my girlfriend that I did not like the fish motif that had been used to decorate the otherwise regular looking dining room, but even that was a minor blip in an otherwise memorable experience. The restaurant is located above the Marina Bay Sands mall area, and it affords something of a view towards the Marina Bay through a web of glass. But honestly, I was paying much less attention to my surroundings as to my food, and perhaps that is the point of decor.

While hungry, we were not starving, so we decided to pass on the fixed price menu and ordered a la carte instead. As it turned out - and I don't know if this was the norm or we had just gotten lucky - we were served a multitude of small dishes in addition to our entrees. They were all top-notch, and even when something did not taste amazing, there was a lot of creativity and effort put into assembling the dishes for us. Even the bread, salt, and butter looked interesting. My girlfriend ordered duck while I had the wagyu beef. Both entrees were above average. We also had a chocolate dessert which perfectly capped off the experience (except for the heavenly Earl Grey sorbet which was served at the very end).

In the end, I think both of us were overwhelmed and surprised how good our experience had been. We enjoyed great many things while in Singapore, but a visit to the Guy Savoy restaurant was definitely one of the unexpected treats. It is worth pointing out, of course, that none of the above comes without a cost, and yes, the meal was expensive (e.g. my glass of wine was S$ 45 and not particularly memorable). Perfect for a special occasion, however.

  • Visited November 2013
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Thank Markus1995
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Brisbane, Australia
Level 5 Contributor
37 reviews
26 restaurant reviews
common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
“Guy Savoy has the complete package”
Reviewed January 4, 2014

Upon entering Guy Savoy you will be greeted by polite and efficient staff. The decor is minimalist but most seats in the restaurant offer a reasonable water view. The amuse bouche of a chilled yellow carrot soup was bland and lacked originality. The caviar starter was amazing, a mouthful of flavour bursting at the seams. My dining companion ordered the caviar entree as well which could only be described as sublime. French champagne by the glass will set you back between S$45-100/glass. Buy a bottle. The wagyu shoulder cooked 2 ways is amazing, if you enjoy very good beef then this is a must order dish for you. Very good value as well, considering the quality. The other main, a game pie, was cooked to perfection and balanced very well- the pastry was spot on. I only had to book a fortnight in advance but you may want to book a little further ahead to be sure.

  • Visited December 2013
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