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Wild Honey (Mandarin Gallery)

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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.

Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 22:30

Sat - Sun: 08:00 - 22:30

+65 62353900
$30 based on 234 submissions
Breakfast (88 votes), Brunch (85 votes), Lunch (42 votes)
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All Day Breakfast

This is one of my favourite brunch spots in town. The ambience is pretty chilled and cosy, perfect for a lazy weekend brunch. I love having a full and hearty breakfast but I am rarely an early riser. The fact that there is all day breakfast makes this an ideal lunch spot as well. There is a variety of breakfast options from sweet to savoury. I love how the menu is arranged according to traditional breakfast options from different countries around the world. I tried the Norwegian with smoked salmon and avacado on brioche. My friend had the tunisian, one of my favourites. A very hearty option with chorizo and eggs that comes in a sizzling pan. The menu also offers wonderful cakes and desserts. I have this tendency to end of a meal with something sweet so we shared a brownie with vanilla Ice cream which was rich and pretty good but honestly not the best I have had. The menu also offers cocktails making this spot suitable for tea or a drink break in the afternoon or early evening. 

The HGW community like this place for...

  • European breakfast set27 votes
  • tunisian set20 votes
  • English breakfast13 votes
  • coffee5 votes
  • Eggs Benedict4 votes
  • Sweet morning3 votes
  • californian3 votes
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• 14 Jan 2015 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

All Day Breakfast

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This is one of my favourite brunch spots in town. The ambience is pretty chilled and cosy, perfect for a lazy weekend brunch. I love having a full and hearty breakfast but I am rarely an early riser. The fact that there is all day breakfast makes this an ideal lunch spot as well. There is a variety of breakfast options from sweet to savoury. I love how the menu is arranged according to traditional breakfast options from different countries around the world. I tried the Norwegian with smoked salmon and avacado on brioche. My friend had the tunisian, one of my favourites. A very hearty option with chorizo and eggs that comes in a sizzling pan. The menu also offers wonderful cakes and desserts. I have this tendency to end of a meal with something sweet so we shared a brownie with vanilla Ice cream which was rich and pretty good but honestly not the best I have had. The menu also offers cocktails making this spot suitable for tea or a drink break in the afternoon or early evening. 
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  • Norwegian Breakfast with smoked salmon, poached eggs, hollandaise and grilled asparagus
• 22 Dec 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

A relaxing brunch

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A very good place for a relaxing weekend brunch. Like the environment of the restaurant and the view.
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• 05 Nov 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Wildly overpriced, for food my maid could have cooked better

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I decided to try out Wild Honey because I thought it was good. Was I ever disappointed! I ordered candied bacon, Cumberland sausages, mushrooms as sides, and I Love NY plus a vegetarian main that had asparagus, avocado, tomato slices, two poached eggs and a crispy pancake. The only remarkable item in the vegetarian was the crispy pancake. The scrambled eggs in I Love NY were terrible. My maid can cook lovely, tasty, creamy scrambled eggs at home. I asked her to finish the scrambled eggs I'd ordered, because they have a policy of not letting customers take away anything containing egg. My bill came up to over $100!! What a rip-off. I'm never going there again. Neither will I recommend this place. I paid fine dining prices for abysmal food.
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