Everyday Breakfast at Wild Honey Singapore

Thursday, December 22, 2011

I’m hardly awake to enjoy breakfast but I just looooove breakfast food. Wild Honey was highly recommended by another cousin, Cara, who was in Singapore the summer prior to my trip. Hearing the accolade Car gave Wild Honey, I added it to my list of can’t-leave-Singapore-without-doing-this.

Wild Honey serves breakfast food for the whole day. Their menu consists of the usual breakfast treats like pastries and coffee. What sets this restaurant apart from others is its selection of breakfast dishes from all over the world. Wanna know how breakfast tastes like in Tunisia? What about Mexico? Your palette gets a quick tour around the world when dining here.

6 omelette balls filled with smoked salmon and garnished with wasabi mayonnaise. Served with sushi rice and wake salad.

Californian - Vegetarian (S$18++)
Eggs softly scrambled with tofu, yellow and red peppers, fresh herbs on char-grilled ciabatta.
Though all the ingredients tasted fresh, I am a carnivore and not fond of vegetables. The Californian felt timid compared to its counterparts.

I Love New York (S$24)
Softly scrambled eggs with caramelized onions and imported smoked sturgeon. Served with toasted sesame bagel and our own cream cheese for a classic New York Experience.
Everything in this dish was tasty and complimented each other. The sour cream was rather light and did not over power the other ingredients. The sweet tomato + salty fish + toasted bagel + sour cream = yum. I enjoyed engulfing the I Love New York. 
European (S$18++)
Wild Honey’s version of Eggs Benedict. Two perfectly poached eggs, sautéed mushrooms and prosciutto on toasted homemade brioche and hollandaise sauce.
I’ve never had Eggs Benedict in the past and I’m not sure why. Haha The European was an explosion of flavors. The dish felt like a progression flavors taking you from one distinct taste to the next. It is not like anything I’ve tasted in the past.

I allot 1 splurge meal per trip and as you’ve read, the prices here aren’t cheap. Based on reviews I’ve read, expect to wait if you’d like a table. We arrived at Wild Honey 30 minutes before closing on a weekday and didn’t experience a queue. Yay for us! However, they have a strict policy on closing time so we felt rushed. Heck, we entered late.

All the 4 dishes we tried had very different flavor profiles but the European and the I Love New York stood out. Would I go back here? Despite the painful prices, I actually would. I wish they’d open something like this in Manila but with friendlier prices.

* Additional photos from Rissa Cortez.

The rest of my Singapore 2011 posts are here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 8, Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12 and Part 13.

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Wild Honey
#03-02, Mandarin Gallery, Orchard Road, Singapore 238897

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