Saybons in the Press
Saybons in The Popular Food Guide 3 @ Singapore (Published in 2009)
Saybons is listed as a cafe in Popular's popular food guide. Popular is Singapore's largest chain of stationery stores. Saybons in The Sunday Times 4 Jan 2009 To celebrate their first Sunday issue of the new year, the paper did a compilation of 100 yummy treats under $10 found in Singapore, and Saybons mushroom and cheese crepe was featured at number 14. “Addictive” was the adjective used to describe the crepe. Great that you like it!
Saybons in ST Sunday Times (8 Feb 2009)
The morning papers featured a story today entitled “New World Order”, exploring various chefs' cooking cuisine that is not native to them. Saybons and Chef Daphane were featured, with Daphane being quoted that she believes the level of mastery of a cuisine is dependant more on effort than nationality. In fact, she shares that a French couple who were touring actually came to eat our crepes and seafood bisque daily during their 3-day visit to Singapore! Such customers continue to give us confidence that our food can cater to an international audience, even if catering to our folks in Singapore continue to guide our menu choices.
Saybons in iWeekly (19 Mar 2009)
This chinese weekly publication features a story of 25 best food items in Singapore under the price of $8, and has listed Saybons Seafood Bisque as number 5 on the list. The writer claims that other than her home-cooked ABC soup, our Seafood bisque gives her the best heartwarming feeling.
Saybons in The Straits Times (11 Jun 2009)
Herald the Great Singapore Sale 2009! The morning papers featured our popular crepes and heartwarming soups as great and affordable options to ease hunger pangs after a shopping spree. In the writer's words, our crepes are “good enough to warrant a second serving”!
Saybons in Cleo (September 2009 issue)
In Cleo's annual listing of “100 Fab finds below $10”, they listed a Saybons 3-course French meal at number 18. Their food choices: a broccoli and cheddar soup coupled with a portion of our sundried tomato foccacia, and ending with a nutty nutella crepe. Hmm, maybe we should start our range of 3-course French meals that cost below $10!
Saybons in ST Sunday Times (11 Oct 2009)
Straits Times today featured an article about cinemas offering a greater variety of food, and Saybons mushroom soup, which is available at selected Golden Village theatres, was mentioned as a great healthy alternative to the other items on the cinema's food menu. Yes, Saybons is now catering our wholesome hot soups to Singapore's movie-goers!
Saybons in Cleo (December 2009 issue)
This popular female magazine writes about enjoying a cup of hot soup in the cold local cinemas. Yes, you can buy and savour Saybons hot soups at selected Golden Village cinemas.