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We LOVE Wild Honey. They have the BEST eggs in SG. Truly. And contrary to reports, the service here is pretty alright. Professional, warm and enthusastic.
We always hit up the Scotts Square outlet, because they take reservations. And, even if we're unable to get reservations, the counter seats are always available (these aren't up for reservations so as to leave availability for walk-ins).
1) Portobello Road ($22): aka eggs benedict, was a duo of brioche towers layered with perfectly poached eggs on wilted spinach atop juicy baked portobello, spiced with sweet melted onions and coloured peppers, and a slathering of homemade Hollandaise sauce. I'm usually not a fan of Hollandaise sauces coz I find them too rich and cloying but Wild Honey's rendition is so utterly delicious. It was at the same time smooth, creamy, light and balanced
2) Tunisian ($19) a sizzling skillet pan of shakshouka - eggs fried in a cumin-and-paprika-spiced mix of tomatoes, onions, peppers, and studded with chorizo. Delicately spicy with sweetish elements, this was mouth-wateringly delicious and great soul food for chilly weather. A couple of thick buttery brioche were on hand to wipe up every last drop of the lip-smackingly good sauce while a crisp cucumber-centric Israeli salad cut through the grease and spice with its uplifting freshness
3) English ($24): basically the full works with heavenly scrambled eggs (these managed an incredible fluffiness that wasn't assisted by the heavy taste of cream), back bacon, a chunkily textured Cumberland pork sausage, juicy sauteed mushrooms, Dad's baked beans (enlivened with bacon and chili flakes), breakfast potatoes, grilled vine ripened tomatoes and 2 slices of their signature buttery brioche. Hearty solid stuff
4) Sauteed Shitake and Button Mushrooms ($6): simply seasoned with salt and pepper to leave the focus on the naturally juicy flavour of the fungi, then sprinkled with chives for an uplifting freshness