I can’t believe that I have not written about Wild Honey when it is one of my favourite place for brunch. I used to come here almost every Sunday for brunch.
Wild Honey serves all-day breakfasts with inspiration from countires around the world.
I always go to the one in Scotts Square but there is another outlet in Mandarin Gallery. I’m not sure about the Mamdarin Gallery outlet, but the Scotts Square outlet is very popular. Do make a reservation beforehand whenever possible or risk waiting 30 minutes to an hour.
I love the dark brown tables and chairs in Scotts Square outlet which makes the place feel so cosy. There are alfresco seats for those who want to bask in sunlight as they have their all-day breakfast. There are also counter seats around the big pillar near the entrance which makes dining by yourself a little less awkward. You can entertain yourself with magazines as you wait for your food.
I managed to take a photo of Wild Honey’s menu. I think you will find the online menu much easier to read.
Wild Honey’s all-day breakfasts are sub-categorized into meat, fish, vegetarian, sweet and cereals.
The Norwegian [S$30] is a mash-up of all my favorite ingredients in a single breakfast. Avacado slices and sautéed baby aparagus line the warm thick brioche bread. Pink smoked salmon wraps around perfectly-poached egg with hollandaise sauce and topped with flying fish roe.
Cut into the egg and the beautiful orange lava flows down to the brioche. I love how the smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce lends just the right amount of saltiness and creaminess to the dish.
Brittany [S$26] is breakfast and dessert all rolled into one. I love that they spread chocolate hazelnut filling in between the panettone bread. The chocolatey richness corresponds perfectly with the baby banana slices, salted caramel mascarpone, toffee’d hazelnuts and salted caramel sauce.
I can’t quite comprehend putting Devonshire Scones [S$16] in the desserts section. These scones are a meal on its own! Smear the scones with Devonshire cream and signature raspberry preserve for the best experience.
Rich Double Baked Chocolate Cake [S$12] reminds me of Riders Cafe’s Death by Chocolate Cake, but denser and gluten-free. It’s not sweet, which means it is healthier. Best shared among friends.
I like having a pot of TWG Tea [S$11 per pot] with my breakfast. Chamomile is calming while Pink Flamgingo is fruity and fun.
There are also many other beverage options such cocktails, coffee, fruit juices and milkshakes.
Wild Honey (Scotts Square)
Address: 6 Scotts Road, Scotts Square #03-K1/01/02, Singapore 228209
Opening Hours: Sunday – Thursday 9am – 6.30pm, Friday – Saturday 9am – 10pm
Wild Honey (Mandarin Gallery)
Address: 333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery #03-01/02, Singapore 238897
Opening Hours: Monday 9am – 6pm, Tuesday – Thursday 9am – 9.30pm, Friday – Saturday 9am – 10.30pm, Sunday 9am – 9.30pm