Mr & Mrs Maxwell's: The Coolest Flambé Desserts That You Can Find In Singapore

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Mr & Mrs Maxwell's
28 Ann Siang Rd, The Club
Singapore 069708

Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer
Contact: (+65) 6808 2181
Email: fnb@theclub.com.sg
Website: http://theclub.com.sg/restaurant-bars/mmm
Operating hours: Sun-Thurs (7am-11pm); Fri-Sat (7am-12mn)

Mr & Mrs Maxwell's is one of the four restaurants located in The Club – an affordable luxury boutique hotel with a unique focus on F&B options available within the 4-storey heritage building.

The creation of this restaurant was inspired by the travels and adventures of a couple known as "Mr & Mrs Maxwell", and the food that is up for selection has been influenced to a certain extent by the couple.

From well-loved classics to unexpected alcholic milkshakes, this eatery serves excellent desserts that are bound to have you exclaiming with every dish served.


Piña Colada Breakfast Shake
Inspired by their travels: pineapple and vanilla ice cream blended, topped with malibu and dark rum

Vodka Peanut Butter
A creation of the classic peanut butter and banana pairing with a vodka twist

Baked Alaska ($16)
Baked ice cream topped with two layers of cotton candy, flambéd when served



Grand Marnier Soufflé ($16)
A recipe perfected by Mrs Maxwell, with an alcoholic twist
(Waiting time of 20 minutes required)



Crêpe Suzette *Live Station* ($16)
A favourite dessert from their Paris travels, flambéd with orange liqueur





Rating: 4.5/5

My two cents:

If you are looking for a cool place to impress your friends (or girlfriend/boyfriend), this is the place.

The ambience of the eatery takes you far away from the moment that you step foot in; you'll feel cozy and relaxed and with the interesting variety of drinks available – such as their Piña Colada Breakfast Shake and Vodka Peanut Butter Shake – it wouldn't be long before your guests start telling you "Hey, good intro of a place! Thanks!"

The eatery offers all-day breakfast to mains suited for lunch and dinner, as well as cocktails and affordable $6 happy hour side-snacks to go with your jugs of draft beer. Needless to say, Mr & Mrs Maxwell's also offers a flaming selection of desserts that you wouldn't want to miss.

The desserts featured in this post have all been recommended by the staff of The Club, and with utmost honesty... these are the coolest desserts that I have ever seen!!

I am a huge fan of flambéd food, and with that... I have high expectations too. Nothing sucks more than when you see a food being flambéd and you go.. WAH!!! And then, none of that fine liqueur used managed to get seeped into the food. The whole point of flambé is not just for aesthetic purposes but also for the subtle taste of alcohol such that with each bite that you take, it is like... edible alcohol.

I was so glad when I took a bite each from their Baked Alaska and Crêpe Suzette, and I could taste the alcohol used swirling around my tongue lightly.

The Baked Alaska was something that I had never tried. Who bakes ice cream?! I didn't even know that ice cream could be baked, but it was a pleasant surprise! The first mouthful was smokiness from the charring, the soothing texture from the ice cream, sweetness and slight stickiness from the cotton candy, and on an ending note the after-taste of the liqueur used during the flambé.

I have immense respect for soufflés because they are so hard to bake and have them rise. So you can imagine my wow-ed expression when I was served their Grand Marnier Soufflé which stood so tall, and when I dug my spoon... the inside of the soufflé was still soft and moist! This is (hands down) my favourite dessert of the mix.

Crêpe Suzette is a french dessert consisting of crêpe with a sauce of caramelized sugar and butter, orange juice and zest, and served flambéd with orange liqueur.

*Zest: A food ingredient that is prepared by scraping or cutting from the outer, colorful skin of unwaxed citrus fruits such as lemon, orange, citron, and lime, for the adding of flavour to foods.

This is my first time trying Crêpe Suzette and I am going to be on the look-out for it if I am ever in France. Unlike your usual crêpe which might be extremely sweet, this one leans towards being more citrus-y with strong hints of orange liqueur. I like the added zest because it gave an added definition of flavour and fragrance to the crêpe.

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Note: This post was sponsored by The Club Singapore.