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Arriving by public bus: #36,77,124,128,143,162,162M,167,171,174,174e,190,518,518A,587 (09037- Opp Mandarin Orchard) Arriving by Train: NS22 Orchard Nearest Carpark: Mandarin Orchard Singapore continue reading
All Branches (2)
Telephone
6235 3900
Introduction
Wild Honey reinvents the favourite breakfast items. For the menu, breakfast dishes are named after the region they embody, giving one a refreshing context to the flavours. Patrons can look forward to tasting almost every part of the world's breakfast in this restaurant. continue reading
Good For
Brunch
Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 21:00
Mon - Thu
09:00 - 21:00
Fri - Sat
09:00 - 22:00
Sun
09:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.wildhoney.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Aussie Breakfast Croque Madame Eggs Benedict Tunisian Breakfast
Review (60)
Level2 2016-06-29
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Had my birthday lunch here after seeing a lot of smiling emoji reviews. Was greeted with good service by the staffs. Ordered two English set. One with scrambled egg. Another with poached egg. Taste not bad. But not really that nice. Nothing special about it. Their eggs was soft and smooth though. The bean sauce was nice and sweet. Hotdogs was a little bit pepperish and have to eat it with other food. Potato was nice. Tomatoes was really juicy and the ham was really nice too. Overall, not bad. Maybe can visit once in a while. continue reading
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Level4 2015-05-19
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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. continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-19
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Wild honey is one of the popular brunch spot and it offers all day breakfast. I had heard many great reviews about this place and decided to try with my friends! It has two outlets, Mandarin gallery and Scotts Square. I decided to order the Parisienne as it is one of the recommended dishes. It comes with french toast with fillings (ham and cheese) and two sunny side eggs. The toast together with the eggs really complement well and its quite a big portion! Overall, i love the ambience and service at Wild Honey. Although its quite expensive, but its totally worth it for a great breakfast meal at any time of the day continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-15
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Being a brunch person, this all-day breakfast concept enticed me greatly. The interior is cosy and quietly-elegant, complete with brick walls and cushy seats. It feels like one of those European cafes.I had the Scandinavian Breakfast set - comprising of grilled salmon fillet on crispy potato rosti, asparagus, tomatoes and Hollandise sauce. It was very delicious. The salmon was superbly grilled so that it was still tender, and the rosti was crispy as the description in the menu. For more detailed information and photos, do visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/dinner-at-wild-honey.html continue reading
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This was my second time trying at wild honey, but at mandarin gallery's outlet due to an unsuccessful attempt trip to canopy dining and bar.We were lucky enough on that day because we didn't have to wait as there wasn't any queue despite it was a saturday.My craving for all day breakfast was satisfied with such a huge portion of scrambled eggs (you can choose poached, sunny-side as well, up to own preference), bacon, mushroom, sausage, tomato, baked beans and toast! Whereas my boyfriend ordered european breakfast which consists of two eggs benedict with parma ham, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce on brioche toast. However he finds their parma ham was quite mediocre.Though it may not be the best brunch restaurant but it's good enough for people who have breakfast cravings during the night time! continue reading
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