Brasserie Les Saveurs St. Regis, Singapore: Hotel Breakfast Review

Address: 29 Tanglin Road, Lobby Level, The St. Regis, Singapore 247911
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Opening Hours: Daily Breafast 6:30–11:30AM, Lunch 12–2PM, Afternoon Tea 3–5PM, Dinner 6:30–10:30PM

Brasserie Les Saveurs St. Regis, Singapore: Hotel Breakfast Review

If you happen to be staying at St. Regis for your vacation to Singapore, I’m sure you’re curious about their breakfast service. The hotel’s main restaurant, Brasserie Les Saveurs, is one of the top chosen places for breakfast. I was torn between the two dining services because I’m such a huge fan of breakfast food and afternoon snacks. Anyways, I was lucky to try Brasserie Les Saveurs during my staycation sponsored by my work — yes, I stayed overnight for free.

For anyone staying at St. Regis, there is an appointment link for breakfast which you need to book a day earlier. The front desk will guide you.

Some fresh croissant and viennoiserie basket to start. Plus cappuccino. Five stars to the croissant. They were warm and the pain au chocolat was delicious.

Always dip in your coffee or hot chocolate. On second thought, skip the hot chocolate. It tasted like Swiss Miss packet.

Had a plate of sliced fresh fruits…

You get to choose two main entrees from the manu.

For my first course, I had the scrambled eggs. There’s definitely more than 4 eggs in this serving and 2 people can share it.

My second course is the french toast. Definitely delicious and not to be skipped.

Other entrees in the menu include Nasi Lemak, dimsum and congee.

I thought the breakfast spread was also very extensive. And despite the lack of buffet service, there was way too much food coming out that I could not possibly finish it. I wish they’d cut some of it or asked the customer if they want that dish. Too much food wastage. And I’m not the only one who couldn’t finish their food.

I wouldn’t recommend eating at this restaurant for breakfast if you don’t have a hotel booking. That said, I think Brasserie Les Saveur’s breakfast was good to try once and never for a return visit. I wouldn’t mind trying out their lunch, dinner and afternoon tea though.

(Staying at St. Regis was a different story. I had some issues in terms of Covid safety measures, and found out this was the case for any Marriott Bonvoy affiliated hotel after my trip to NYC.)