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Inspired by the adventures and travels of a couple, Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s is a cozy and idyllic space for all guests to unwind and enjoy honest, good food. The restaurant is located at the hotel's lounge which operates as a cafe in the day, and a bar at night. Although the dining area is small with dim lightings, it offers a cozy and warm feel, surrounded with comfortable sofa and chairs. It makes one feel rather layback with its old school decoration.There was Evening Specials which had a selectio
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Inspired by the adventures and travels of a couple, Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s is a cozy and idyllic space for all guests to unwind and enjoy honest, good food. The restaurant is located at the hotel's lounge which operates as a cafe in the day, and a bar at night. Although the dining area is small with dim lightings, it offers a cozy and warm feel, surrounded with comfortable sofa and chairs. It makes one feel rather layback with its old school decoration.
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There was Evening Specials which had a selection of daily treats at $6++ from 5pm onwards.
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Cajun Chicken Sliders ($6++)
Two juicy sliders topped with tomato and lemon mayonnaise
Although it looked quite small, the patty was quite juicy and meaty with bite. It was quite delicious.
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Truffle Fries ($6++)
A crowd pleaser that needs no further introduction
The fries was the most disappointing out of all the dishes. There was no truffle smell, nor can one taste the truffle in the fries, until almost at the bottom of the dish. Other than that, the fries was quite crispy and light.
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Crepe Suzette ($16++)
A favourite dessert from their Paris travels, flambeed with orange liqueur.
The dessert was made upon order at a live station. The crepe was quite thin and cut easily. It soaked up the flavours of the orange juice and was quite fruity and savoury in taste, with a strong alcoholic taste.
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Baked Alaska ($16++)
Baked ice cream topped with cotton candy, flambeed when served.
It was quite a colorful dish when served. Topped with the flamed liqueur, it uncovered the ice cream and cake underneath. It left behind a strong alcoholic sauce which went quite well with the strawberries and blueberries.

Overall the food was great. Service was also great with the staff offering great recommedation. Water was refilled often. Although there was only 2 staffs, it was easy to get their attention.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2016-03-18
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$51.79 (Dinner)