Thursday, December 24, 2009

Savoir, Parkside

Merkel and the Junior Marmadukes looked up the Camellia Tea Room that was meant to be at 309 Fullarton Road, Parkside only to find it had closed and had been replaced by Savoir Caffe. Savoir is a mixture of day-time café and night-time fine restaurant with a degustation menu at night with such delicacies as double-roasted duck with Cointreau, venison pot au Feu, boar ribs and pheasant. At the time of this review the café had only been open a short time and the evening restaurant was only just about to start business. So this might be the first review you find on the net for this eatery. The menu is short but the food tasty and well presented.

The hot chocolate came in a big red mug. It had a brown froth topped with a circle of white froth on top. The hot chocolate was chocolaty and had a good flavour. The hot chocolate cost $3.80.

Savoir is now the disappearing venues list and has been replaced by Puccini's.

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