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Delicious food but sometimes long wait times unless you book in advance. I recommend booking one week before - to save time - eat at the counter instead of a table then you can cut the queue as many ppl are waiting for a table. Check out my full English below which was great but I only got a few small beans with it - not very English I will definitely be coming back on a regular basis as breakfast food is my favourite food. Oh one thing you might find inconvenient is having to order everything t
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Delicious food but sometimes long wait times unless you book in advance. I recommend booking one week before - to save time - eat at the counter instead of a table then you can cut the queue as many ppl are waiting for a table. Check out my full English below which was great but I only got a few small beans with it - not very English


I will definitely be coming back on a regular basis as breakfast food is my favourite food. Oh one thing you might find inconvenient is having to order everything through your phone and adding all your cc details etc, its a bit of a pain but the service is generally speedy and good.



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2016-06-29 239 views
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. Ma
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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.
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Ordered two English set. One with scrambled egg.
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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.
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2015-05-19 109 views
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 ove
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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.
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2014-12-19 156 views
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
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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! 
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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
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2014-02-15 193 views
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 deta
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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
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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
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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!
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There was quite a long waiting queue for this restaurant even though we were there during dinner (its menu is mainly breakfasts). But overall, the ambience was nice albeit with dim lighting. I would recommend the place for first dates as it is pretty quiet and also has a romantic vibe to the place. However you do want to try to avoid the peak hours as there may be a queue for seats.European Breakfast, $19.00 - Eggs Benedict with two poached eggs, sautéed mushrooms, imported Italian prosciutto an
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There was quite a long waiting queue for this restaurant even though we were there during dinner (its menu is mainly breakfasts). But overall, the ambience was nice albeit with dim lighting. I would recommend the place for first dates as it is pretty quiet and also has a romantic vibe to the place. However you do want to try to avoid the peak hours as there may be a queue for seats.
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European Breakfast, $19.00 - Eggs Benedict with two poached eggs, sautéed mushrooms, imported Italian prosciutto and home made Hollandaise sauce on signature brioche.
This is one of the restaurant's signature dishes. While it was simple, it was really delectable as the poached eggs were perfectly cooked to the right degree. However the price was not as delectable especially for its small portion.
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English Breakfast, $24.00 Consists of scrambled eggs, back bacon, Cumberland pork sausage, sautéed mushrooms, Dad’s baked beans, breakfast potatoes, grilled vine ripened tomato & signature brioche.
While the price was also not cheap by any means, the portion of this meal was bigger. It is a decent English breakfast and an highly enjoyable meal. I would highly recommend ordering this if you are planning to visit this place.

Personally, I would not be visiting this place frequently as I believe I can get food of the same quality at a cheaper price elsewhere. However I do think it is worth a try.
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2013-12-28 56 views
Wild Honey is one of the hottest go-to place to eat All Day breakfast. The place is quite small so walk in would require waiting time especially on weekends. The food was really nice but the price is slightly steep. I think the hollandaise sauce was delicious and the poached egg was done perfectly. Overall, the concept is quite interesting as the dish names are named after countries and a short description. But I think there are other cafes that offers same quality or better with the price paid
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Wild Honey is one of the hottest go-to place to eat All Day breakfast. The place is quite small so walk in would require waiting time especially on weekends. The food was really nice but the price is slightly steep. I think the hollandaise sauce was delicious and the poached egg was done perfectly.

Overall, the concept is quite interesting as the dish names are named after countries and a short description. But I think there are other cafes that offers same quality or better with the price paid.
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2013-12-12 49 views
The place is not big, but very home style and cozy with its decoration and furniture arrangements. There is NO menu, everything is on the chalkboard behind the counter. If you are someone who is more visual, they have stored all the pictures of their breakfasts in the ipods, which can be found at the counter.The time I went was quite crowded. Mind you, I went at around 1plus, which was wayyyyyyy beyond breakfast timing lor. No choice, we left our contact with the ang mo boss, and waited for appr
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The place is not big, but very home style and cozy with its decoration and furniture arrangements. There is NO menu, everything is on the chalkboard behind the counter. If you are someone who is more visual, they have stored all the pictures of their breakfasts in the ipods, which can be found at the counter.

The time I went was quite crowded. Mind you, I went at around 1plus, which was wayyyyyyy beyond breakfast timing lor. No choice, we left our contact with the ang mo boss, and waited for approximately 30mins before we had our seats. Once we were seated, we then proceed to the counter to make our order and payment. After which, the food and drinks were served to our table.
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Field Mushrooms - $3

We are mushroom lovers, so this was a must-to-order even though it was pretty expensive. The portobello mushrooms were juicy & springy.. a great side dish to start off our mains..
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Tunisian - $18

My bf ordered the Tunisian breakfast. As proven again and again, he does made a better choices than me. Well, I guess that's why he has chosen me! Wahahahahahhahaha =p

I think the Tunisian breakfast was more worthwhile compared to my choice. At least, it came with thick toast and "impressive" presentation of serving the eggs & dunno what sauce ( looked like tomato hor) in a hot pan. Furthermore, it was more unique, unlike the common American breakfast that is found everywhere.

I also noticed that many customers ordered the Tunisian breakfast. Not that I was KPO, but the hot pan serving was really very obvious mah... Popularity means that it cant be too bad!
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Canada - $18

I had chosen this Canada breakfast because of the word "Waffle". =_=

Dun get me wrong. It was okay, but to pay $18 for 2 waffles and 1 bacon, plus blueberry sauce which obviously I was not gonna drink it up, was a bit overpriced. I admitted that the waffles were pretty good, soft and fluffy.. but.. I still think, it was not worthwhile lah..

To read more and view pictures, please visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2010/05/wild-honey-no-place-like-home.html
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2013-10-20 48 views
The first item on the menu that caught my attention was the Tunisian. They describe it as a sizzling pan of spicy shakshouka (tomato, onion, red pepper, chilli), with pork sausage and served together with two fried eggs, brioche and Israeli salad. I love the bread, crispy yet soft at the same time! The interior of this resturant is very rustic and gives me a very nice and laidback feeling, certainly made my dining experience very enjoyable! The Tunisian is truly their signature dish and I highl
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The first item on the menu that caught my attention was the Tunisian. They describe it as a sizzling pan of spicy shakshouka (tomato, onion, red pepper, chilli), with pork sausage and served together with two fried eggs, brioche and Israeli salad. I love the bread, crispy yet soft at the same time! The interior of this resturant is very rustic and gives me a very nice and laidback feeling, certainly made my dining experience very enjoyable! The Tunisian is truly their signature dish and I highly recommend this to everyone
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Suggested for dinner at Wild Honey because I want to try their breakfast sets!European (SGD19)It's actually Eggs Benedict and I was quite surprise this dish doesn't come with sides e.g. salad.It just feels naked to me, HAHA.Best out of the 3 we chose, the eggs were runny and the sauce was yummy!Tunisian (SGD19)Highly raved but rather disappointing.It has this canned sardine sauce's taste! :/ But it could be just me because my friends thought it was not that bad!English (SGD24)Share was huge, pho
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Suggested for dinner at Wild Honey because I want to try their breakfast sets!
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It's actually Eggs Benedict and I was quite surprise this dish doesn't come with sides e.g. salad.
It just feels naked to me, HAHA.
Best out of the 3 we chose, the eggs were runny and the sauce was yummy!
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Highly raved but rather disappointing.
It has this canned sardine sauce's taste! :/ But it could be just me because my friends thought it was not that bad!
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Share was huge, photo just didn't do it justice.
Love the scrambled eggs (buttery fragrance) and the potatoes!!!

Price was a little on the hefty side though!
I guess what's good about eating out with a group of friends is that y'all can share and taste many dishes and still pay 'less'.

Oh, and you got to order at the counter and make payment first before eating.

Guess it was not really a worth-it trip, and if I have to go back again, I'd pick European anytime!
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2013-08-31 44 views
This place is good if you are looking to have a quality breakfast. They have quite a number of breakfast items on their menu, and all look and sound so tempting. Took quite a long time for me to finally decide on which to order.European breakfast-This is stated as one of the 'wild honey signature dish'. Two perfectly poached egg benedicts wrapped with Italian prosciutto served on two lightly toasted signature brioche. Their egg benedicts are very flavourful, a perfect match with the italian pros
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This place is good if you are looking to have a quality breakfast. They have quite a number of breakfast items on their menu, and all look and sound so tempting. Took quite a long time for me to finally decide on which to order.
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This is stated as one of the 'wild honey signature dish'. Two perfectly poached egg benedicts wrapped with Italian prosciutto served on two lightly toasted signature brioche. Their egg benedicts are very flavourful, a perfect match with the italian prosciutto. Their broiche were a little too thick though.
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What I love about Wild Honey is they serve all day breakfast. Gotta say this place has good food and ambience. I had the Signature dish in wild honey - European as my main dish. Two poached eggs and sauteed mushrooms are placed nicely on toasted homemade brioche. Together with the hollandaise sauce, it is extremely tasty. The bacon is nice too, not too hard or overcooked. I really love this dish, however, it is quite pricey, around $20.
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What I love about Wild Honey is they serve all day breakfast. Gotta say this place has good food and ambience. I had the Signature dish in wild honey - European as my main dish. Two poached eggs and sauteed mushrooms are placed nicely on toasted homemade brioche. Together with the hollandaise sauce, it is extremely tasty. The bacon is nice too, not too hard or overcooked. I really love this dish, however, it is quite pricey, around $20.
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Visit Wild Honey today for a delightful brunch; I ordered the European, a unique version of eggs benedict wild honey style, resting on 2 slices of rustic looking thick toast is lightly season sauteed mushroom, soft and runny poached egg wrapped with savory prosciutto topped with their homemade zesty hollandaise sauce. Simple but delicious. Hubby ordered the English, I tried abit of the grilled sausage and it tasted alright, their baked beans were not from a can it’s freshly cooked, very flavorfu
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Visit Wild Honey today for a delightful brunch; I ordered the European, a unique version of eggs benedict wild honey style, resting on 2 slices of rustic looking thick toast is lightly season sauteed mushroom, soft and runny poached egg wrapped with savory prosciutto topped with their homemade zesty hollandaise sauce. Simple but delicious. Hubby ordered the English, I tried abit of the grilled sausage and it tasted alright, their baked beans were not from a can it’s freshly cooked, very flavorful.

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I tried the European on my visit to Wild Honey. I am a huge fan of egg benedicts and will always order them if there is any on the menu. Upon tasting it, I feel that it is well done. The eggs were not too gooey and the whites had some consistency which was nice. The hollandaise sauce was just nice as well, not too overly sour. The English muffins however seems to be a little hard. Hopefully it was just during my visit that this happened because if the muffin had been a little softer, this meal w
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I tried the European on my visit to Wild Honey. I am a huge fan of egg benedicts and will always order them if there is any on the menu. Upon tasting it, I feel that it is well done. The eggs were not too gooey and the whites had some consistency which was nice. The hollandaise sauce was just nice as well, not too overly sour. The English muffins however seems to be a little hard. Hopefully it was just during my visit that this happened because if the muffin had been a little softer, this meal would have been perfect.

The only downside to this was the service crew. They were rather bad as it was obvious who was given priority and who was not. They should consider improving on it if they want more people to return. Overall, it is a little pricy for a brunch place but you are paying for the ambience. A quaint vintage place for a meal seems perfect for a lazy brunch if you have the money.

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