This former farmhouse has been thoroughly updated without losing its soul, to form a wonderful backdrop for fuss-free food. The chef brings together ...
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Really appreciate everything. The dedication the chef put for every course was amazing. Absolutely to try.
Great service and very tasty food. Interesting menu as well
Great food and wine: scallops 2 ways and amazing halibut. New Zealand wine great suggestion. Enjoyable on the terras. Great evening! Thank you team!
Since this restaurant is in my neighbourhood, I thought of giving it a first time try. So yesterday, together with some friends, we visited the restaurant. The quality of the food was very good and the young and inexperienced waiters did their best in a satisfactory way. So we were quite happy up to the moment the dessert came. We had a choice between two desserts: one based on blueberry mousse and sorbet, and the other based on some cheese panna cotta. We all ordered the panna cotta, but we had the surprise to be served the blueberry mousse and sorbet. When we told the waiter about the mistake, he went back to check with his superior, then only came back to tell us that the blueberry sorbet is some kind of panna cotta and that's exactly what we had ordered. As we didn't appreciate being taken for idiots and being lied in the face, we asked him to call his superior. When his superior came, he had a very arrogant and patronising attitude and delivered us the same lie, trying to explain us how the blueberry mousse and sorbet are some kind of panna cotta. Only when we confronted him with the menu, he arrogantly admitted there might be a mistake! This kind of attitude I find absolutely unacceptable from any professional working in services, who has some minimal respect for his customers and his profession!
Dishes - Good, right ingredients and tasty. On a side note the price was on the higher side but this is a secondary point. Service - Perfect Décor - This is co related, for me, with the dishes and service.
Visited restaurant Savarin with our birthday party. From the moment we made our reservation we experienced the poor quality in service of the restaurant staff. A 3 course dinner is rather expensive at euro 49,50 and contains no special dishes, but the frustrating part of the evening was the coffee/tea. Coffee was served without the sugar/milk tray for which we had to ask at the bar, but most of all the sweets were served after we had finished our coffee. BTW. we did not order the friandises, but they were put on the table without asking. I mentioned that we were given the friandises after we had fisnished our coffee to the head waiter and he said he was sorry about this, but that was it. no action ....nothing ( eur 7,50 for the cofee pp.) Nothing to compensate his guests. This me made me feel a second rate guest. finally a last remark , Every restaurant in Amsterdam puts a bottle of tap water on the table. Ofcourse it is possible that there is no tap water available in the community of Rijswijk, but i doubt it..only Panna /botlled water at eur 6,-- per bottle. I wish restaurants stopped forcing their guest to order these when they want to drink some water with their meal together with the mostly expensive wines from their wine lists. in short ......Savarin never again
Disappointing. Roughly €200 for 2 persons, for a 3-course menu à la carte, with 1 glass of champagne each, 1 glass of wine, and coffee - which is the budget we had planned -. But only 6 starters to choose from the menu, 6 main courses, and 3 desserts, which is surprising. Understaffed, and some of the staff was not up to the expected level; you end up waiting, and with a mixed feeling; no explanation of the food being served (besides knowing that's what you ordered, but what are these bits of vegetables and sauce and what...). Because of a noisy neighbour, I asked at the very beginning to move to another table, which was empty, but it took 10mn to be told it was not possible: the whole layout of the tables had been already "prepared" before, and could not be changed. I still don't know what that means; but i could hear my neighbour's stories the whole evening long, without really wanting to. Food was nice, but not worth the price and the service. (The lamb rack was a bit undercooked; the dame blanche with warm chocolate over a chocolate shell containing ice cream was a bit chocolate-overkill) I don't mind paying this much if the experience is worth it - it should be very good food, with very good service -. But the conditions made me feel like I had to adapt to their limitations - few menu options, s.o that it's easier for the kitchen; few staff, so it's cheaper to maintain; stay where you sit, even if you're not comfortable, because it's actually not our problem; etc... We've been clients for 12 years (even before they moved to the current place), but it looks like we'll go somewhere else from now on.
- Breakfast 07:00 - 10:00
- Lunch 12:00 - 14:00
- Dinner 18:00 - 22:00
Laan van Hoornwijck 29, 2289 DG, Rijswijk, Netherlands
Parking lot & Valet parking
The place to be in Rijswijk
Restaurant Savarin is a place where one may enjoy many things, from perfect hospitality and a stylish, relaxed atmosphere to, last but not least, excellent cuisine. Under its roof there are also excellently equipped salons for seminars, meetings, receptions and other private gatherings.
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