Hello, foodies! Did you know that you can now enjoy fine dining restaurant-style French food at home with SAYBONS? SAYBONS is a Singaporean brand founded by Le Cordon Bleu Chef Daphane to bring ready-to-eat French meals to your home! Their Take Home Soup Packs have been launched in Malaysia and you’ll surely want to get your hands on these SAYBONS ready meals!
Le Cordon Bleu-Trained Chef Daphane Brings Ready-To-Eat Quality French Fare To Malaysia
Chef Daphane Loke from Singapore, is the founder of SAYBONS. Her culinary experience includes graduating and training at Le Cordon Bleu in France. Le Cordon Bleu is a hospitality and culinary school specialising in French cuisine. She founded SAYBONS in 2007 with the aim of making French food affordable and accessible to everyone — now including Malaysians!
SAYBONS Take Home Soup Packs recently launched in Malaysia and it comes with four (4) different options: Wild Mushroom Soup, Seafood Bisque, Potato and Leek Soup, and Fresh Tomato Soup. They are now available at select Village Grocer, Big and BSC Fine Foods stores. You can also get them online via https://www.bites.com.my/ and https://www.happyfresh.my/. Each soup comes in a 510ml resealable pack and it’s made with natural, quality ingredients with no added preservatives. Chef Daphane Loke certainly did not skip out on the good stuff when creating these French-inspired soups and it’s no wonder they’re a hit!
Wild Mushroom Soup
Everyone loves a good hearty bowl of soup and the SAYBONS Wild Mushroom Soup certainly does the trick to warm up your belly! The Wild Mushroom Soup comes with tiny pieces of mushroom that add texture and we’re certain that even kids will absolutely love chomping this down! Truly, it’s a meal to be enjoyed by all in the family.
Deliciously creamy and full of flavour – that’s how we’ll describe the SAYBONS Seafood Bisque Soup. Made with the freshest seafood, this soup has a rich depth of flavour that seafood lovers will go crazy for! Chef Daphane has basically brought the taste of the sea into a soup pack and we’re loving it!
Potato & Leek Soup
If you haven’t tried French-inspired soups, it is safe to say that you are missing out! We recommend you give the SAYBONS Potato and Leek Soup a try. With flavours that pack a punch, you’ll be surprised at how yummy this soup is, and it’s also a great option for parents to get their kids into loving the taste of vegetables!
Fresh Tomato Soup
Nothing beats a good pick-me-up like the SAYBONS Fresh Tomato Soup. If you’re immediately thinking that tomato soup is sour, cast those thoughts away! And, that’s because Chef Daphane has created a perfectly balanced Fresh Tomato Soup that will leave you going back for more. This soup is delightful as it is tasty!
SAYBONS Take Home Soup Packs Now Available In Malaysia
“The reality of city life is its non-stop pace and constant multi-tasking and people very often neglect their meals. With SAYBONS, we offer convenient meals that are affordable and accessible to all, while retaining quality by using the best of French culinary techniques, the freshest ingredients and packed using the best technology,” says Chef Daphane in an interview.
Have you been craving fine dining-style food? Wait no longer and get these SAYBONS Take Home Soup Packs the next time you go grocery shopping!
The SAYBONS Seafood Bisque Soup is priced at RM36.90 per pack, while the rest are priced at RM29.90 per pack. Are you excited to try these SAYBONS Take Home Soup Packs? We bet you are! They are now available at select Village Grocer, Big and BSC Fine Food stores. Or, get them online via https://www.bites.com.my/ and https://www.happyfresh.my/. Plus, the first 100 KL Foodie readers who make an online purchase via Happy Fresh will enjoy a RM8 discount (min spend RM50)! All you need to do is apply this promo code <KLFoodie> upon checkout and RM8 off is yours!
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