A group of friends and I made our way to Wild Honey recently to celebrate one of our beloved friend's birthday. Although i made a reservation, due to a blunder on my part, it became invalid, it being the day before instead of the day of the supposed reservation but lucky for us the restaurant was relatively empty (and remained so for the rest of the evening) so we got our seats immediately.
Before i start on the food, i had to comment on the ambience and environment surrounding the WH outlet at Scotts Square. It is quite classy, with comfy cushion chairs and a waitering service instead of ordering over a counter service. But we were a little put off that they didn't allow us to serve the birthday cake at their restaurant and so we had to do it somewhere else.
The brioche and potatoes literally melted my heart.
Okay, now the good stuff. The food.
They serve all-day breakfast items so we had the luxury of enjoying bacon, sausages, scrambled eggs, mushrooms, baked beans with potateoes and brioche. And my gosh, i am normally not a big fan of potatoes, but it tastessssss damn good. Their brioche is quite a thick slice so it was a very filling meal.
My friends ordered some of their other items on the menu:
2 poached eggs wrapped with smoked salmon. Delish!
Comes with corned beef and potatoes, below 2 poached eggs, drizzled with hollandaise sauce
Overall i had say the ambience was pretty good, just the service could be better. It was relatively quiet on a tuesday evening so we got to stay more than the stipulated 1 hour.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Dec 02, 2014
Spending per head: Approximately $30(Dinner)Other Ratings: