Friday, October 13, 2017

Go On A Culinary Adventure at Savoy Hotel Boracay

Savoy Hotel Boracay has three dining outlets: Savoy Café, Chambery Pool Bar, and Vienne, Lobby Lounge. Savoy Café, which offers a contemporary cuisine, is open from 6 AM to 11 PM. It can accommodate around 150 people inside, and 98 more by the pool area. Chambery Pool Bar, which is fixed by the main swimming pool, can seat up to 30 diners (open from 10 AM to 11 PM). Vienne, on the other hand, can seat up to 85 guests (open from 9 AM to 12 AM).



AMBIANCE: 9/10 

I loved the interiors and the furnishings used in all of the dining outlets, especially the colors, which were all consistent with the hotel’s branding. The only comment I had was that it was a little bit chilly inside Savoy Café during breakfast. But other than that, I loved the pool view and the alfresco setup at Chambery.


BREAKFAST AT SAVOY CAFÉ: 8/10 

There weren't many options for the breakfast buffet that was worth P600. But good thing my favorites were available, as they served crispy bacon and vegetable salad with balsamic vinaigrette. Their brownie dessert was also delectable, as it was comparable to Mrs. Field's Peanut Butter Dream Bar.


LUNCH ORDERED FROM SAVOY CAFÉ, SERVED AT CHAMBERY POOL BAR: 10/10 

My friends, who dined at Chambery Pool Bar, were able to sample the Pizza Lava, Fried Oysters, and Bora Greens; and they were pleased with both the plating and taste. The Pizza Lava (P625), consisted of 6 cheese types, while the Fried Oysters (P465) from Roxas City came with a house-made Tartar Sauce and shredded slaw. The Bora Greens (P360) was also well-liked, which consisted of a fresh garden salad tossed in house vinaigrette with grilled pesto shrimps, cashew, and feta cheese. 


DINNER ORDERED FROM SAVOY CAFÉ, SERVED AT CHAMBERY POOL BAR: 10/10

We tried the Chori Burger (P499), and it didn’t disappoint. The ‘Chorizo Burger’, which was packed and flavorsome, was probably good for two. I had a hard time finishing it given how filling its ingredients were. It came with a house-made chorizo patty, arugula, pickled slaw, fried onion, salted egg dressing, fried egg and Brioche buns. I'm glad Savoy Cafe was able to make this Boracay staple with a twist, as it was impressively creative and delicious! 


DESSERTS AT SAVOY CAFÉ: 10/10

We also enjoyed the desserts at Savoy Café, especially the Banana Cake Fritters Ala Mode (P250) and the Chocolate Sabayon Cake (P275). The first dish was a banana cake dipped in a sweet batter, which is deep-fried until golden. It’s also complemented with chocolate and caramel sauce, jackfruit puree, topped with vanilla ice cream and macaron, and finished with cinnamon and confectioners’ sugar. The Chocolate Sabayon Cake, which is a bestseller, is made of a layer of moist chocolate cake and frozen dark chocolate sabayon. It also comes with whipped cream with cherry and mango sauce and garnished with chocolate shavings.


The prices may have been a little heavy on our wallets. But at least we got our money's worth. Savoy’s dishes definitely took us on a surprisingly delectable experience.

Explore & Be Free!
Mai

SAVOY HOTEL BORACAY NEWCOAST
Newcoast Drive, Boracay Newcoast, Barangay Yapak, Boracay Island, 5608 Malay, Aklan, Philippines
Telephone: (632) 3188834 to 37 – Manila Sales Office
Telephone: (036) 2862800 - Boracay
Facebook: /savoyhotelboracay
Instagram: @savoyboracay

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