Delicious Cuisine at Savoy
Wednesday, September 09, 2009, 7am by visitRaleigh
Sometimes the most dazzling gems of the restaurant business can be found a little off the beaten path. Such is the case with Savoy, a highly-acclaimed and deliciously fantastic restaurant nestled in North Raleigh. Savoy has a contemporary and classic ambiance that attracts a diverse array of customers. They are all connected by their appreciation of what the restaurant has to offer: unique and tantalizing cuisine and an overall superb dining experience.
What makes the cuisine so great? The secret lies in the culinary talent of Chefs Peter Gibson and Marshall Smith, brothers who have studied under Jean-Michel Bouvier in Savoie, France. At Savoy, they make it their mission to use their vast training to serve all kinds of exquisite cuisine.
For lunch, try their “SAVOY” open-faced beef sandwich with grilled bread, béarnaise, and red wine reduction to experience absolute perfection at a modest price. At dinner, delve into taste bud heaven with the New Zealand lamb with sumac-scented garbanzo beans, chef’s garden zucchini, and curried cucumber mint yogurt sauce. Pair your meal with a selection from Savoy’s extensive wine list, and finish it off with some of the best crème brûlée in town.
If you’re looking for a special place to have a small private gathering then Savoy can cater to your needs. Their Chef’s Table seats up to 16 people and you can select an a la carte, prix fixe or tasting menu. They also offer a semi-private Chef’s Table that can seat up to eight, and a Chef’s Corner that is perfect for a romantic dinner.