Wild Honey


I’ve been missing in action for a little while, and I do apologize as I’ve been adapting to a new role in my company, that’s been keeping me busy!

A really short one this time round, to kickstart coming back, and also Wild Honey has been blogged to death. While I agree Wild Honey deserves their popularity with consistently good food, generous portions and a hell of a pretty set up, there are many many other great brunch options and with pretty decors, like Antoinette for example.


English Breakfast, $24, a heaping plate of the usual suspects with toasted brioche, spicy homemade baked beans and fried potatoes. Toast was a little over-toasted but everything else was good. I highly recommend sharing this, the portion can easily be spilt between 2 girls.


European – Eggs Benedict, $18. Could do with a little more hollandise but similar to the other dish, everything was great.


Wild Honey

 #03-02, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road


Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 09:00 – 22:30, Sat – Sun: 08:00 – 22:30





It is impossible to miss Delicious if you are at the basement of Scotts Square. The large airy space that they occupy looks inviting, and it reminds me of a greenhouse with the use of full glass panes running the length of the restaurant. Complete with greenery adorning the brick walls, bird cages, unfinished wood, and a huge ornamental wooden tree that goes up to the ceiling too.

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