Savoy Kitchen is a tiny little restaurant on the corner of Valley Blvd between Stoneman Ave. and Monterey St. that serves a fusion of Chinese, Japanese, Italian, and French cuisine. It’s really popular among young adults, and there’s always a wait to be seated. The indoor seating capacity is probably 20-25, but there is also unheated outdoor seating along the side of the restaurant that can fit about 20 more people.
Escargot- Yummy chewy snails cooked with herb butter.
Hainan Chicken Rice for $6.95- This is their most popular dish! The Hainan chicken is boneless, and you can get extra garlic sauce! I usually don’t order Hainan chicken because of the bones, but I decided to try it since it is their specialty. It was so tender and good, and I ended up finishing all the chicken. If you choose to order the chicken with a salad, the rice portion is halved. I’ve ordered the spaghetti and curry dishes before, but they don’t really contain much more than sauce.