[SG EATS] The Weekender’s Brasserie Brunch At Six Senses Maxwell

Back to Six Senses Maxwell and this time I am here for the Southern European Weekender’s Brasserie Brunch at Six Senses Brasserie. The new brunch concept showcases the Southern European ingredients and Mediterranean cooking methods by Executive Chef Ian Mancais, with the objective of clean eating and sustainable theme.six Senses Brasserie -Maxwell
Before we kick start of brunch session, we were served sweet drink made from strawberry puree and lime topped with soda water.
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Next up is the breads served without butter. Dip it with olive oil for the warm and soft breads.
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Starters are served in sharing boards and it’s called the “Graza with Our Grazing Boards”. Beautifully plated in individual servings on the long sharing board include the smoked salmon with cream cheese, guacamole, lean green salad, alive & inspired salad, piccalilli relish and their signature garlic prawn with croutons.
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As for the mains, there is quite a selection list from the menu. Here are some we had the other day:
Lobster Mac and Cheese
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Look at the generous serving of lobster meat on top of the golden brown savoury crumble mac and cheese sauce.
Chicken & Waffles
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This is their recommendation buttermilk fried chicken served with toasted waffle that is made with sweet potato. Other ingredients include the piccalilli pickles and grapefruit that give the tangy flavour to it. I am not a fan of piccalilli pickles. Nevertheless, the chicken is tender and juicy in the inside and crispy on the outside.
Eggs Benedict SSB Style
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You will never go wrong when you order the classic egg Benedict for breakfast or brunch. So, for their version, the two organic poached eggs are served on sour dough, guacamole, spinach, no salt butter and completed with hollandaise sauce.




Brunch Roast
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My friend opt for this platter of protein that consists of carved roast loin of beef sirloin, salad, mixed vegetables, potato and drizzled with gravy.
Steak & Eggs
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Grilled wagyu sirloin served with two fried eggs cooked to your liking with baby potato and sweet peas. This seems to be the most favourite dish to order for brunch here.
Lastly, we have the Dessert Board, “It’s a Piece of Cake” that includes the red velvet cake, mini tarts, lemon stones, cinnamon palmier, bite-size macaroons and individual filled cone stand.
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If the dessert board cannot satisfy your sweet cravings, move on to their ice-cream cart for some ice-cream time. Condiments are served next to the cart for the ice-cream toppings.
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And enhance your brunch experience with the curate wine list that mostly from France, Italy and Spain with additional charges.
The Weekender’s Braisserie Brunch is priced at S$68.00++ and available from 10:30AM – 3:00PM on every Saturday and Sunday. Top up S$58.00++ per pax for FREE Flow wine and prosecco or S$88.00++ per pax for FREE Flow Champagne and bottled beer.

Address: Six Senses Braisserie
2 Cook Street,
Singapore 078857
Tel: +65 6914 1400
Opening Hours: (Closed on Mondays)
Tuesday –Friday 5:30PM – 10:30PM
Saturday & Sunday 10:30AM – 3:00PM
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