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Savoy

7713 Lead Mine Rd.,Greystone Village, Raleigh, NC, 27615
(919) 848-3535

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Restaurant Details
Cuisine
$$$ ($31 - $50)
Price
Romantic, Business
Atmosphere
Not Required
Reservations
Non-smoking
Features
Hours
Lunch: 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM Mon-Fri

Dinner: 5:00 PM -1 0:00 PM Mon-Thurs
5:00 PM - 11:00 PM Fri & Sat

Closed Sunday with special events by reservation
Payment
Mastercard, Visa, American Express
Location & Nearby Info
Savoy
7713 Lead Mine Rd.
Greystone Village
Raleigh, NC 27615
(919) 848-3535
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Reviews & Comments
CRITICS REVIEWS
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July 11, 2008 - Triangle.com - By Greg Cox, The News & Observer

By the strict dictionary definition, Savoy owners Pete Gibson and Marshall Smith are half brothers. But they prefer to leave out the "half" part. Their relationship is clearly a close one and goes beyond their common bond with their mother (Jo Smith, who helps out in the restaurant's office and playfully refers to herself as the "momager").

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USER REVIEWS
Jul 21, 2012 - Gatorbabe
Savoy is closed

It was a good place, but it's closed as of about a year ago. Gonza Taco Y Tequila took over the spot.

Apr 14, 2008 - myongsun
French-trained brothers serve "Continental" treats.

Run by two brothers, both with classic French training, Savoy occupies the North Raleigh space vacated by the short-lived Kin (and the wildly successful, too-big-for-this space Fins before that).

#1 had a Crab Louis: jumbo lump blue crab, arugula, mascarpone mousse, boiled egg and roasted red pepper with a horseradish dressing. Very nice and presented beautifully.

I had a slow-fried chicken leg (much like duck confit) with spiced apples, lettuce and cider carmel. Tasty.

I also had the French onion soup--- excellent.

For my entrée I chose the swordfish with coconut rice, sweet and sour carrots (a bit over-cooked) and a pineapple gastrique. The fish alone, I thought, was too salty. But, mixing it with the rice and pineapple made a perfect combination.

#1 had North Carolina trout with spinach. It was served with plenty of pecan pieces drenched in brown butter. A very nice cauliflower au gratin in a ramekin accompanied the dish.

We did not have dessert, but our waiter brought us a paper bag with two muffins "for breakfast", he said---free food!

Total bill was close to $90 for two, which included one bottle of wine (tip not included).

I'd like to return, but---for now---Savoy is not at the top of our very crowded list of top-notch Raleigh restaurants.

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