Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 22:30
Sat - Sun: 08:00 - 22:30
Wild Honey serves all day breakfast. Some dishes offered at this rustic and chilled out eatery include waffles and eggs Benedict. Each selection on its menu uses a variety of ingredients, recipes and breakfast traditions.
The ambience was very nice and conducive to eating, and the country/nation inspired menu was also a nice twist. My friends and I had the Canadian, European, and Spanish Hash dishes; I had the first. It's a no-frills pancake, straight up as expected. My friends also enjoyed their dishes.
I expected this place to be of great quality service in addition to their well-liked brunch selection and the nice ambience. As such, I selected this place as a spot for lunch with my family to celebrate my upcoming birthday.
However the service really ruins everything.
1) the young waitress missed my mum's vegetarian order. When all of our food came except for my mum's, we decide to ask another waitress how long more do we have to wait for my mum's order. She replied that she will checked with the kitchen. But after waiting for around 10 minutes, she hasn't return to us to tell us what is going on, forcing us to ask another waiter for our order. When he came, he just told us that the food is coming and he didn't add anything else. Only when my mum questioned him why is the food taking so long that he confessed because initially they missed the order and the 2nd waitress that we had asked earlier about our order re ordered it without informing us of this decision. Hence now, they are preparing the order for us. This makes me absolutely furious because not only have they missed our order the first time but they didn't admit the mistake of them missing the order and informing us about it and asking us if we would still like the order. Instead they just reorder it behind our backs. This is a case of dishonesty and the lack of transparency to serve customers.
2) I ordered the spicy citrus fruit juice and my brother ordered the orange juice. The waitress upon serving our drinks got mixed up and so I was drinking my brother's drinks while my brother was drinking mine. Mine drink has a huge ginger taste in it in which my brother detest because he never had a thing for ginger. It's because of this that made our dining experience very miserable.
I will advice all who wanted to try the wild honey brunch selection to go other places instead with better food and definitely much more respectable, transparent and honest service. It's really not worth the money to be dining here at all. Especially with the fact how waitresses and waiters do things behind the back of customers without informing them when they missed their orders. Your sanity will be preservered if you skipped this place.
This is one of the very few places in Singapore where you can get all day breakfast! Taking a look at the menu will make you feel that you are traveling around the world with all the different kind of breakfast that is available for your pleasure consumption. One of my favorite breakfast item will be the English breakfast. The eggs are cooked just nice and the bacon crispy yet not oily! go try out other breakfast available I can promise you that you will never regret it
It's very disappointing that restaurants in Singapore are starting to embrace policies that limit customers to dine in for a limited amount of time. A meal is a necessity in our everyday lifes and if best, enjoyed with families and friends' company. Imagine that now you are told to eat quickly and leave yourself with about 30 minutes to have a chat and catch up. All these after paying so much to dine in. In such a fast pace society, one cannot even afford a lazy slow Sunday brunch anymore where restaurants encourage you to eat and get out asap. The funny thing was I expected reservations or a long queue if we were asked to eat quickly but there were empty tables in the restaurant.
Fair enough, my two friends and I were informed of the 90 minutes dining "rule" before we ordered our meals and that immediately spoils the experience of dining here. The moment our orders was taken, the waitress spoke to the manager who set us down and took a long look at her watch. The time was set and the race has started. No doubt, we enjoyed our expensive meals. The bread was fluffy and good. The coffee was too acidic to my liking. There was no big issues with the food but the moment we were sat in our seats, we felt that we were being timed and watched. When we finished our meals, plates were cleared quickly and we were not even being asked if we wanted anything more. No water served till we asked for it. When 90 minutes was up, a manager came with the EFTPOS machine and made us pay up. We thought this was the very obvious cue for us to go so we did. When we left, there was still no queue outside the restaurant.
How restaurants made up this "90 minutes" rule is disappointing and illogical. A restaurant with such ambience and you can't enjoy it does not make sense. A restaurant that does not value customers after 90 minutes does not make sense. Asking everyone to dine within 90 minutes is as good as telling all diners that you can only dine and have a short conversation before you can go find somewhere else to talk. I've been to cafes that reject or told customers to wait if it is full-house. They treat every dining customers with the best service, it doesn't even matter if they are there for coffee or breakfast. This sort of service is undesirable and I for sure, would not return to be timed to dine.