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Wild Honey Hot

 
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#03-02 Mandarin Gallery 333 Orchard Road Singapore 238897
 
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A quaint little restaurant, Wild Honey is all about beautiful breakfast. All day, everyday.

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Opening Hours:
9am to 10pm, Monday to Sunday
Dress Code:
Casual
Avg Price:
  • $20-30
  • $30-$50
List of Outlets:
Scotts Square
6 Scott's Road, 3rd Floor


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Food / Beverage: 
 
4.2  (16)
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4.1  (17)
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4.0  (16)
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3.3  (17)
Overall Score: 
 
3.7  (23)
Waking up to a late morning and craving for that running Egg's Benedict? Looking a place with an affordable yet delicious brunch menu? Wild Honey is definitely one of my top choices!

Wild Honey offers a whole range of brunch picks that will tingle your taste buds, although I love to go for my standard European Eggs Benny, which comes with those lovely and runny poached eggs, sautéed mushrooms, Italian prosciutto and silky smooth Hollandaise sauce. This option is sure to satisfy those who are not so adventurous, yet seek a sensation of flavors exploding in their mouths. My favorite outlet is the one at Scotts Square, because of their beautiful balcony seats that give you the nice morning view of the streets. However, for those who prefer a quieter and more calming ambience, I would suggest the branch at Mandarin Gallery.

I love the variety of teas that Wild Honey serves. They serve the tea in a very fancy pot, and the brew is rather well done. Personally, I would recommend a flower-based flavor tea to go with the heavy Egg's Benedict, to balance out the flavors and help with digestion. On the other hand, you could never go wrong with French Earl Grey! All in all, Wild Honey is a place worth your money, especially when you're searching for a European-style breakfast to satisfy that hunger!
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80%
prancingtongues Reviewed by prancingtongues on April 05, 2014
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"Brunch for a Munch "

Waking up to a late morning and craving for that running Egg's Benedict? Looking a place with an affordable yet delicious brunch menu? Wild Honey is definitely one of my top choices!

Wild Honey offers a whole range of brunch picks that will tingle your taste buds, although I love to go for my standard European Eggs Benny, which comes with those lovely and runny poached eggs, sautéed mushrooms, Italian prosciutto and silky smooth Hollandaise sauce. This option is sure to satisfy those who are not so adventurous, yet seek a sensation of flavors exploding in their mouths. My favorite outlet is the one at Scotts Square, because of their beautiful balcony seats that give you the nice morning view of the streets. However, for those who prefer a quieter and more calming ambience, I would suggest the branch at Mandarin Gallery.

I love the variety of teas that Wild Honey serves. They serve the tea in a very fancy pot, and the brew is rather well done. Personally, I would recommend a flower-based flavor tea to go with the heavy Egg's Benedict, to balance out the flavors and help with digestion. On the other hand, you could never go wrong with French Earl Grey! All in all, Wild Honey is a place worth your money, especially when you're searching for a European-style breakfast to satisfy that hunger!

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Visited once and fell in love immediately. Wild honey's decoration is that of a typical Dutch's house. A cozy set-up, yellow-warm lighting, cushions and brick walls.

There weren't a lot of options on the menu but I loved that they were all breakfast food! Best part lies in the fact that they weren't your typical kind of breakfast food. Their signature dishes are: Tunisian, the big English breakfast plate and Eggs Benedict!

I tried both the Tunisian (sizzling pan of tomatoes, onion, red pepper and chili, accompanied with fat toasts) and the Eggs Benedict! Love both renditions but especially the Tunisian. It's ingredients are tasty and the gravy goes well with the toasts as a dip!

The atmosphere and waiters were very pleasant as well, make dining at Wild Honey a homey affair
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80%
Edlyn Seow Reviewed by Edlyn Seow on December 20, 2013
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"Good brekkies! "

Visited once and fell in love immediately. Wild honey's decoration is that of a typical Dutch's house. A cozy set-up, yellow-warm lighting, cushions and brick walls.

There weren't a lot of options on the menu but I loved that they were all breakfast food! Best part lies in the fact that they weren't your typical kind of breakfast food. Their signature dishes are: Tunisian, the big English breakfast plate and Eggs Benedict!

I tried both the Tunisian (sizzling pan of tomatoes, onion, red pepper and chili, accompanied with fat toasts) and the Eggs Benedict! Love both renditions but especially the Tunisian. It's ingredients are tasty and the gravy goes well with the toasts as a dip!

The atmosphere and waiters were very pleasant as well, make dining at Wild Honey a homey affair

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Headed to Wild Honey at Orchard Central awhile ago to join in the hype. I thought that the ambience was awesome, but it could be nothing more than an overrated fad.

Wild honey specializes in breakfasts from around the world and one of the highly raved options is Eggs Benedict. Gave it a shot and thought that it was okay, as with most Eggs Benedicts that costs $20 for just 2 of them.

Overall, it was a good experience but I'll probably not head there again because the queue was honestly long and the food wasn't terrific. :/
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60%
Valerie Ho Reviewed by Valerie Ho on December 16, 2013
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"Nice, but pricey"

Headed to Wild Honey at Orchard Central awhile ago to join in the hype. I thought that the ambience was awesome, but it could be nothing more than an overrated fad.

Wild honey specializes in breakfasts from around the world and one of the highly raved options is Eggs Benedict. Gave it a shot and thought that it was okay, as with most Eggs Benedicts that costs $20 for just 2 of them.

Overall, it was a good experience but I'll probably not head there again because the queue was honestly long and the food wasn't terrific. :/

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I just visited the Wild Honey branch at Scott's Square recently. The ambience was breathtaking; unique, warm and cosy, with comfy sofa seats and the quaint décor setting itself apart from typical cafes/restaurants. My friends and I spent a good half-hour trying to decide which breakfast to order, as every single one sounded great!

My Norwegian breakfast consisted of a huge portion of beautifully plated poached eggs, hollandaise, salmon, and greens on toast ($24++). The asparagus and avocado were uncommon additions to an otherwise classic salmon-and-eggs combination, and the hollandaise sauce was smooth and savoury, yet not too creamy or overpowering. Overall, I thought the various components of the dish complemented the others to perfection, such that it tasted simply fantastic as a whole!

Unfortunately, the prices are rather steep, so while I loved the food and ambience, it will be awhile before my next visit.
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90%
Rachelle Reviewed by Rachelle on December 16, 2013

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"Best breakfasts I've ever had!"

I just visited the Wild Honey branch at Scott's Square recently. The ambience was breathtaking; unique, warm and cosy, with comfy sofa seats and the quaint décor setting itself apart from typical cafes/restaurants. My friends and I spent a good half-hour trying to decide which breakfast to order, as every single one sounded great!

My Norwegian breakfast consisted of a huge portion of beautifully plated poached eggs, hollandaise, salmon, and greens on toast ($24++). The asparagus and avocado were uncommon additions to an otherwise classic salmon-and-eggs combination, and the hollandaise sauce was smooth and savoury, yet not too creamy or overpowering. Overall, I thought the various components of the dish complemented the others to perfection, such that it tasted simply fantastic as a whole!

Unfortunately, the prices are rather steep, so while I loved the food and ambience, it will be awhile before my next visit.

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30
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Norwegian Breakfast
Branch Location:
Scott's Square
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I love chilling out at Wild Honey with a few friends. It has a nice ambience and they serve all-day breakfast. I find the portion quite huge, so we will usually share the food. I love the English Breakfast, the Eggs Benedict and Sweet Morning. Sweet Morning is fluffy toast served with blueberry and maple sauce.

However, it's a bit pricey, but for the ambience and the food, I think it's worth it!
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80%
sherryjiajia Reviewed by sherryjiajia on December 05, 2013
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"Nice ambience"

I love chilling out at Wild Honey with a few friends. It has a nice ambience and they serve all-day breakfast. I find the portion quite huge, so we will usually share the food. I love the English Breakfast, the Eggs Benedict and Sweet Morning. Sweet Morning is fluffy toast served with blueberry and maple sauce.

However, it's a bit pricey, but for the ambience and the food, I think it's worth it!

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Wild Honey is, hands-down, one of my favourite all-day breakfast places in Singapore. The ambience also makes it a perfect place for a nice romantic date, or to chill and catch up with friends, or even a family breakfast!

My favourite would be the Sweet Morning, thick french toast stuffed with grilled mango served with berry compote and vanilla mascarpone. The mascarpone is light, sweet and very fragrant, complements the french toast really well! Trust me, this is one of the best french toasts I've ever had.

For a savoury option, the Norwegian or European (eggs benedict - with smoked salmon or proscuitto) will not disappoint. The poached eggs are always done to perfection as well as every other element on the plate. From the brioche to the hollandaise to the sautéed mushrooms, Wild Honey always serves consistently good quality food. I also love how generous the portions are - definitely worth the price for me!

One thing though is that the branch at Mandarin Gallery does not accept reservations, and they will only seat you if all members are present. But for me, I'd go back to Wild Honey any day for its excellent food! I give it two big fat thumbs up!
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90%
Heather Lee Reviewed by Heather Lee on November 25, 2013

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"My perfect kind of breakfast"

Wild Honey is, hands-down, one of my favourite all-day breakfast places in Singapore. The ambience also makes it a perfect place for a nice romantic date, or to chill and catch up with friends, or even a family breakfast!

My favourite would be the Sweet Morning, thick french toast stuffed with grilled mango served with berry compote and vanilla mascarpone. The mascarpone is light, sweet and very fragrant, complements the french toast really well! Trust me, this is one of the best french toasts I've ever had.

For a savoury option, the Norwegian or European (eggs benedict - with smoked salmon or proscuitto) will not disappoint. The poached eggs are always done to perfection as well as every other element on the plate. From the brioche to the hollandaise to the sautéed mushrooms, Wild Honey always serves consistently good quality food. I also love how generous the portions are - definitely worth the price for me!

One thing though is that the branch at Mandarin Gallery does not accept reservations, and they will only seat you if all members are present. But for me, I'd go back to Wild Honey any day for its excellent food! I give it two big fat thumbs up!

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25
Branch Location:
Mandarin Gallery
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Went with a few friends to try out their allday breakfast menu.

Their food was ok, but I liked their coffee, I had an iced mocha. The food was a little pricey for the portion served. Overall would come back again for the ambience.
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60%
kentay81 Reviewed by kentay81 on May 08, 2013
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"Nice ambience "


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Went with a few friends to try out their allday breakfast menu.

Their food was ok, but I liked their coffee, I had an iced mocha. The food was a little pricey for the portion served. Overall would come back again for the ambience.

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This is probably one of the few restaurants which doesn't have a menu. I'm surprise their system works because if most of their customers were as fussy as me, their counter would be jammed. I stood at the the counter deciding what to order as their 2 menu were there. One on a huge chalkboard mounted beside their counter and the another on a ipad in front the cashier. Thank gosh only 1 customer order whiles i was browsing through the ipad for a good 5 minutes.

I ordered the European breakfast as I loved hollandaise sauce! It turned to be delicious. It's kind of surprising how two little toast topped with egg Benedicts, sauteed mushrooms and bacon could be so filling. I had hot chocolate to completed my prefect breakfast. My boyfriend had the Tunisan Breakfast. His eggs were served in a hot pan with spicy tomato based sauce and 2 sausages beside them. Though it's something unique, we preferred the European breakfast.

It cost us $56+ which is pretty costly for a breakfast. Guess we were paying for the English homely ambiance and menu concept.
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80%
Fabulicious Reviewed by Fabulicious on March 13, 2013
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"Bacon and eggs in every style"

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This is probably one of the few restaurants which doesn't have a menu. I'm surprise their system works because if most of their customers were as fussy as me, their counter would be jammed. I stood at the the counter deciding what to order as their 2 menu were there. One on a huge chalkboard mounted beside their counter and the another on a ipad in front the cashier. Thank gosh only 1 customer order whiles i was browsing through the ipad for a good 5 minutes.

I ordered the European breakfast as I loved hollandaise sauce! It turned to be delicious. It's kind of surprising how two little toast topped with egg Benedicts, sauteed mushrooms and bacon could be so filling. I had hot chocolate to completed my prefect breakfast. My boyfriend had the Tunisan Breakfast. His eggs were served in a hot pan with spicy tomato based sauce and 2 sausages beside them. Though it's something unique, we preferred the European breakfast.

It cost us $56+ which is pretty costly for a breakfast. Guess we were paying for the English homely ambiance and menu concept.

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Ah, another breakfast review. If you follow my other reviews, you'll realize I have an unholy obsession with breakfast places. And this is one of them.

I've been a long time fan of Wild Honey, first brunching at their Mandarin Gallery one when it newly opened. Then the Scott's outlet opened and I dropped by recently for their superb breakfast. Like the first outlet, the Scott's Wild Honey also goes for the wholesome, homey feeling. The smell of bread in Wild Honey really reminds you of grandma's cooking when she shoves food down your throat even when you are stuffed. To Grandmas around the world, you are never full.

We ordered the English Breakfast and Norwegian Breakfast, out of the many intercontinental dishes named after various countries, but sadly no Singaporean breakfast which would have been Kaya Toast and half-boiled Eggs. Not atas enough perhaps. As per Grandma's instructions, boy were the servings huge. For the English breakfast: scrambled eggs, cumberland sausages, bacon, mushrooms, baked beans, grilled tomatoes and enough brioche bread to make Jesus look bad. I'm a sucker for variety so the English breakfast really hit the spot, but alas there was too much bread. You can ask for Jam or butter to spread on the bread too.

For the Norwegian: Poached egg wrapped with smoked salmon topped with salmon roe, grilled asparagus and avocado all laid on hollandaise sauce on brioche bread. Oh yea, there are TWO of these monsters. I'm full grandma, enough! The home-made hollandaise was superb, well beaten and combined without signs of slackening, going really well with the asparagus, avocado and especially the poached egg ala Eggs Benedict.

Overall the food was as good as I first tried it, albeit expensive. Honestly not superb value. But hey, brioche toast and kaya toast are on a completely different level, so if you don't know why you are paying so much for 'slices of bread, scraps of meat, some eggs', then perhaps breakfast at Ya Kun might be more appropriate. Excellent service also commands excellent value. The staff were extremely amiable, friendly and attentive. A stark contrast to popular, cheap hawker food aunties who bark at you: "45 minutes wait. Don't want then don't come." You pay for what you get.
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90%
Seth.lui Reviewed by Google Plus Image Seth.lui on March 04, 2013
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"Homely breakfast"

Ah, another breakfast review. If you follow my other reviews, you'll realize I have an unholy obsession with breakfast places. And this is one of them.

I've been a long time fan of Wild Honey, first brunching at their Mandarin Gallery one when it newly opened. Then the Scott's outlet opened and I dropped by recently for their superb breakfast. Like the first outlet, the Scott's Wild Honey also goes for the wholesome, homey feeling. The smell of bread in Wild Honey really reminds you of grandma's cooking when she shoves food down your throat even when you are stuffed. To Grandmas around the world, you are never full.

We ordered the English Breakfast and Norwegian Breakfast, out of the many intercontinental dishes named after various countries, but sadly no Singaporean breakfast which would have been Kaya Toast and half-boiled Eggs. Not atas enough perhaps. As per Grandma's instructions, boy were the servings huge. For the English breakfast: scrambled eggs, cumberland sausages, bacon, mushrooms, baked beans, grilled tomatoes and enough brioche bread to make Jesus look bad. I'm a sucker for variety so the English breakfast really hit the spot, but alas there was too much bread. You can ask for Jam or butter to spread on the bread too.

For the Norwegian: Poached egg wrapped with smoked salmon topped with salmon roe, grilled asparagus and avocado all laid on hollandaise sauce on brioche bread. Oh yea, there are TWO of these monsters. I'm full grandma, enough! The home-made hollandaise was superb, well beaten and combined without signs of slackening, going really well with the asparagus, avocado and especially the poached egg ala Eggs Benedict.

Overall the food was as good as I first tried it, albeit expensive. Honestly not superb value. But hey, brioche toast and kaya toast are on a completely different level, so if you don't know why you are paying so much for 'slices of bread, scraps of meat, some eggs', then perhaps breakfast at Ya Kun might be more appropriate. Excellent service also commands excellent value. The staff were extremely amiable, friendly and attentive. A stark contrast to popular, cheap hawker food aunties who bark at you: "45 minutes wait. Don't want then don't come." You pay for what you get.

Last updated: March 04, 2013

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I was here for Brunch with a few friends, and Wild Honey did not disappoint.

I ordered the English Breakfast, which was huge. A mountain of scrambled eggs, with beans, a tomato, roasted potatoes, sausages, sauteed mushrooms and toast, the portion was huge. I tried my best to finish it, but had to give some to my friend.

We were seated on couches, which was a bit odd, as it was a bit too close to the ground for my liking. I guess they were going for the 'homey' vibe.

The price was a bit expensive ($24), but the portion I received was huge. I would recommend going there if you are starving and need a good breakfast.
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80%
theneo Reviewed by theneo on December 14, 2012
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"Great Brunch"

I was here for Brunch with a few friends, and Wild Honey did not disappoint.

I ordered the English Breakfast, which was huge. A mountain of scrambled eggs, with beans, a tomato, roasted potatoes, sausages, sauteed mushrooms and toast, the portion was huge. I tried my best to finish it, but had to give some to my friend.

We were seated on couches, which was a bit odd, as it was a bit too close to the ground for my liking. I guess they were going for the 'homey' vibe.

The price was a bit expensive ($24), but the portion I received was huge. I would recommend going there if you are starving and need a good breakfast.

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