Hi guys! Sorry it's been a while since I've posted anything! I did Lasik on Sat (yay!) and I didn't want to stare into my laptop screen for too long a time so this post has been delayed!
GD's birthday just passed and we celebrated it quietly (LOL)! On the actual day itself, the both of us just chilled and spent the day together.
We went for brunch/lunch at Wild Honey. Well it was supposed to be brunch/lunch but I was late (because I was baking him a mini cake) and it ended up being a late lunch. In the end, we arrived at Wild Honey at about 3pm! (Opps!!!)
One good thing about going there at 3pm is that there is no need for us to wait in line! On my first visit to Wild Honey, my friends and I had to wait sooooo long to be seated because there were just so many people! I think it was a 30-45min wait if I'm not wrong. After that, there was also another time when I wanted to dine at Wild Honey but we were told to expect a long wait so in the end, we gave up waiting and ate at Jones the Grocer instead!
So, one of the perks of going there at an odd timing (3pm instead of 12pm) is that there is no waiting involved and we could even pick our seats! (:
We sat right in the middle of the cafe, on a very cute couch!
Very comfy and perfect for two!
Here are more photos of the interior of Wild Honey those people who have not been there yet!
We were both so hungry because it was late so we placed our orders immediately!
First up, really good lattes!
We ordered 2 dishes to share - We couldn't ordered too much food because it was just the both of us and the portions are pretty big!
English ($22) - Their big breakfast basically - Scrambled eggs, pork sausages, sauteed mushrooms, baked beans, bacon and roasted tomatoes.
I love big breakfasts because there's everything on the plate! Loved the scrambled eggs! They were soft and creamy and oh so delicious! The bacon was great too because it wasn't too crispy or hard. The sausages were delicious as well! And the bread was fantastic!!!! It was so thick yet soft! I don't usually finish up the bread but I did for this because it was so good! The only thing I didn't really like was the beans because I don't really like to eat beans generally and I found them to be too hard.
I really enjoyed this plate!
Tunisian - Red pepper, onion, tomato stew, sliced chorizo sausage and 2 fried eggs in a sizzling pan!
It definitely looks appetizing!
It's something new I must say, because I've never tried anything like it before and it was very nice! GD really enjoyed it, he finished it all up!!!
That's all we ordered, but I'm just going to post some picture Tiff took when she went to Wild Honey on a separate occasion!
This is _______________. I don't know what this is, Tiff maybe you can fill it in for me! (:
European - Poached eggs, sauteed mushrooms and prosciutto on homemade brioche with hollandaise sauce!
I don't know what this is either! But it sure looks good!
$16-$24 for the breakfasts
Delicious meal! GD said that it reminded him of Perth, which is a good thing!!! (:
Lovely place, decor and ambience. It was very homely and cosy!
Pretty friendly and helpful staff!
Definitely a good place to go to if you are craving for a hearty breakfast.
1) #03-02 Mandarin Gallery, Orchard Road, Singapore
2) A second outlet is opening soon! Very soon in fact, on the 12th of Nov! (Exciting!!!)
This new outlet is going to be at Scotts Square!
The address is:
6 Scotts Road, 3rd Floor
This outlet at Scotts Square is able to take reservations, so do call to make a reservation before going down if you want to avoid a lengthy wait! (:
+65 6235 3900 (Mandarin Gallery)
+ 65 6636 1816 (Scotts Square)
That's all for now, hope you had a good read! (: