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This Muslim-Owned French Restaurant Has Foie Gras Burgers And Angus Beef Udon

15th September 2022

Muslim-owned Savoureux for French-Japanese Food

savoureux-gyu-donImage credit: Cecilia Yang

You might have heard of Miam Miam, a popular restaurant chain that serves French-Japanese fare. Their offerings are unique, but aren’t halal-friendly. If you’ve been looking for a similar concept that fills that gap, head to Savoureux in Jalan Besar, a Muslim-owned eatery that caters to those of us looking for a halal-friendly alternative.

Chef Azlie Mohammed, who is a member of the Singapore Halal Culinary Federation, is the man behind Savoureux. His wealth of experience includes working alongside two Michelin-starred Chef Jean-Francois Piege, and Christopher James Millar, the executive chef of 1-Altitude. 

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With Chef Azlie’s experience at La Maison Fatien, you can’t go wrong with their Soupe De Boeuf à L’oignon ($13++). This classic French dish features hearty chunks of beef and a thick slice of toast. The toast is covered with cheese and broiled to slightly crisp ends, and an oozing cheese pull. 

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Moving on from the appetisers, go for their bestselling Burger De Boeuf Foie Gras ($38++), AKA beef burger with foie gras. This decadent burger stars a thick Wagyu beef patty, stacked with pan-seared foie gras, and Emmental cheese, sandwiched between brioche buns.

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Being a French-Japanese restaurant, Savoureux also spins off typical Japanese dishes such as udon soup. They’re spicy Ryu Udon ($25++) comes with udon, sous-vide Angus beef, broccolini, and an onsen egg.

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Besides the wide spread of starters and mains, Savoureux offers unique, non-alcoholic drinks and desserts, too. Their Butterscotch Beer ($12++) sees a sweet toffee soda topped with thick, creamy foam. 

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You can also try their Honey Peach Popsicle Soda ($12++) for a fizzy, tropical respite from our warm weather. 

For more French-Japanese restaurants in Singapore, we recommend visiting Miam Miam. Otherwise, you can also visit these French restaurants. 

Address: 230 Jalan Besar, #01-00, Hotel Nuve Stellar, Singapore 208906
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 10pm
Tel: 8926 1637
Website
Savoureux is a Muslim-owned eatery, but it is not halal-certified.

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Feature image adapted from @savoureuxsg and Sabariah Ngah.

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