We are back at St Regis Brasserie Les Saveurs for a Sunday brunch, after our recent lunch by Chef Hal Yamashita weeks ago.
The brunch here on Sundays is very popular, and reservations are a must to secure a table at the popular champagne brunch.
Our choice of brunch was the Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut Brunch at S$170++ per person with free flow champagne, juices and drinks till 3pm every Sunday. Refreshing and crisp are the words I would use to describe the Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut. Something to drink on a warm Sunday afternoon.
You can either induldge the abundance of appetizers and desserts around the restaurant which includes lot's of fresh oysters......
..... cold appetizers........
.......or, you can also enjoy Chef Frederic Colin's antipasto selections pass around your table throughout the brunch. Service staffs walk around to serve these at your table.
The oysters were average, but the other appetizers were excellent.
Shrimps are crunchy and sweet.
Pan fried fish fillet.
Wasabi mayo prawns with tropical fruits.
Even more appetizers from the buffet station.
They also have chinese appetizers such as this braised brinjal.
Japanese salmon sashimi.
And of course, Foie Gras.
Next up: Main courses and desserts!
Brasserie Les Saveurs
29 Tanglin Road
The St. Regis Singapore