Wild Honey Mandarin Gallery

Opened in 2009 at Mandarin Gallery, Wild Honey has been one of my favourite places to visit for all-day breakfast. During those days, it was uncommon to find a cafe or restaurant focusing on only breakfast on the menu and offering it all day to customers

Since then, Wild Honey has opened another outlet at Scotts Square and I have visited both outlets but I do like the outlet at Mandarin Gallery better

This outlet used to be a smaller space with eclectic yet cosy furniture to bring their customers on a food journey experience through the offering of various breakfast items offered in different countries. The newly renovated outlet is much bigger now with a more modern contemporary outlook missing that small cosy feeling but can house a lot more customers. They still tried to keep the eclectic atmosphere by having a mix of furniture in the outlet

The outlook of the menu has also changed to this refreshing teal-coloured version. I liked that the servers brought me a magazine when they seated me as I was dining alone. I chose a seat near the window for nice lighting

The menu is still as extensive as I remember although some breakfast options were no longer available, there were also new items introduced. The English breakfast and the Tunisian breakfast are some options I would recommend as I had them before on my previous visits. The European which is technically their version of eggs benedict was also quite decent.

I ordered a Camomile tea which was served in this cute teapot with a warmer cover

I ordered a Parisienne which is a stuffed savoury french toast with leg ham, Gruyere cheese, Dijon mustard, topped with fried egg and hollandaise sauce and a salad on the side. I like that they used brioche bread for the toast to give the buttery soft flavour to the french toast. The cheese was nicely melted and flowed out from the toast. The combination of ham and cheese and egg never goes wrong. The serving is not big but very filling and I am glad the salad helped to take away some of the greasiness from the sauce and fried french toast

Overall, the meals still did not disappoint and the service has improved over the years and they are more attentive and polite. The atmosphere is also great for some alone time or gathering with friends. They still remain one of my favourite breakfast venues

Address: 333A Orchard Rd, #03 – 01 / 02, Singapore 238897

Opening hours: 9 am to 6 pm ( Mon ) 9 am to 9.30 pm ( Tues – Thurs /Sun ) 9 am to 10.30 pm ( Fri and Sat)

Author: elizbeartravel

A human bear who loves travelling, eating and cooking

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