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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 236 submissions
Breakfast (88 votes), Brunch (85 votes), Lunch (42 votes)
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European Breakfast @ Wild Honey

For more reviews, visit: http://www.huipingtay.blogspot.com
 
 Wild honey is yet another cafe that serves all-day breakfast. There are two Wild Honey outlets, situated at Mandarin Gallery and Scotts Square. If you are looking at a walk-in, I would recommend the Scotts Square outlet due to its bigger premises and shorter queue.
 
 The European Breakfast ($20) is one of Wild Honey's signature dish. On their signature brioche lies two perfectly poached eggs wrapped around by smoked bacon. Beneath which are sauteed mushroom, imported italian prosciutto and homemade Hollandaise sauce. Perfectio

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• 20 May 2015 • 21 reviews • 0 follower

European Breakfast @ Wild Honey

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For more reviews, visit: http://www.huipingtay.blogspot.com
 
 Wild honey is yet another cafe that serves all-day breakfast. There are two Wild Honey outlets, situated at Mandarin Gallery and Scotts Square. If you are looking at a walk-in, I would recommend the Scotts Square outlet due to its bigger premises and shorter queue.
 
 The European Breakfast ($20) is one of Wild Honey's signature dish. On their signature brioche lies two perfectly poached eggs wrapped around by smoked bacon. Beneath which are sauteed mushroom, imported italian prosciutto and homemade Hollandaise sauce. Perfectio
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• 19 May 2015 • 148 reviews • 8 followers

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http://madamechewy.com/2015/05/19/wild-honey/

Want breakfast for dinner? Wild Honey’s for you! Wild Honey has gone from strength to strength, opening a second outlet at Scotts Square and expanding its Mandarin Gallery branch. The restaurant serves all-day breakfasts, inspired by different parts of the world.

Wild Honey has a mishmash country cottage sofas and wooden school chairs. The slightly uncoordinated decor has rustic appeal, making it a lovely place to hang out with family and friends. Like people watching? Get a window seat which overlooks the busy streets. However, do note that the tables by the windows lack privacy as they are close to one another. I was charmed by New England ($38), a posh rendition of the ubiquitous Egg Benedict dish. Sitting on toasted brioche rounds, the large spicy crab cakes were crowned with brilliantly poached eggs, blanketed in creamy citrus Hollandaise sauce. The crab cakes were superbly moist and packed with generous chunks of succulent crab meat, with corn and capsicum included for crunch. Jab at the poached eggs and a river of sunshine bursts forth, seeping into the crab cake, adding a touch of creaminess to the sweet flesh. Avurga Caviar ups the luxe factor. This is absolutely heavenly!

Skip the Aussie ($30) if you must. We requested for medium rare beef but it arrived well done. Other elements of the dish include fried egg, dry breakfast potatoes, dad’s baked beans, sautéed mushrooms, bell pepper, onion confit, spicy tomato chutney and grilled ciabatta. Nothing exciting. Skip the Aussie ($30) if you must. We requested for medium rare beef but it arrived well done. Other elements of the dish include fried egg, dry breakfast potatoes, dad’s baked beans, sautéed mushrooms, bell pepper, onion confit, spicy tomato chutney and grilled ciabatta. Nothing exciting.

The Tunisian ($22) is a refreshing change from the usual big breakfasts and egg centric dishes. Served sizzling in a skillet, the Tunisian is a medley of robust flavours consisting of spicy shakshouka and chorizo, completed with a single fried egg, accompanied with fragrant sesame flat bread and Isreali salad.

Avoid the expensive Red Velvet Cake ($10). One word-dry!

Made from Valhorna Chocolate , the Paris Iced Chocolate ($7) was thick and rich, yet not too sweet. I also love the invigorating Wild Iced Tea ($7), a blend of peppermint, wild verbena, rose hip and hibiscus tea.

I found the service wanting more. Although the young servers had a friendly demeanour, they missed out some of our requests and one of our orders. To makes matters worse, the staff who organises table seating at the entrance has a snobbish attitude. How off-putting! If you’d like to dine here, do make reservations or be prepared to queue for ages. Prices at Wild Honey are steep, hence I do not foresee regular visits.
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• 14 Jan 2015 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

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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

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