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Yummy brunch at Wild Honey

Posted on: May 18, 2010

It was a lazy Sunday morning that I trooped down to Wild Honey at the Mandarin Gallery to have a scrumptious brunch with my friends!

It has a rather cozy and homey feel to it, like a warm brick home. Interestingly, the waitresses are all dressed in a uniform that vaguely calls to mind milkmaids or farmhands.

It was rather packed and we had to wait for about 20 mins even though we came only 1 hour after it opened. But despite the number of people, it wasn’t too noisy unlike other places where you cannot even hear your friends talk.

You’ll have to make your order from the counter.

My friend and I ordered the European breakfast, which consisted of eggs benedict, mushrooms and prosciutto. This was one of the best egg benedicts I have eaten so far!

Look at that delicious egg oozing out, flowing almost like a waterfall over the prosciutto, which added its salty flavour to the eggs. There was also some herb-grilled mushrooms adding complexity to the dish and this was all put on top of a thick slice of soft garlic bread. The combination is just heavenly and I really finished off the 2 pieces of eggs benedict way too fast!

The other friend had the Japanese breakfast which consists of salmon omelette balls, Japanese rice, and salad with wasabi mayo. I didn’t get a chance to try it but my friend was making sounds of joy so I assume it was pretty good as well!

The breakfasts at Wild Honey are exceptional and I really wish I could have had seconds, but at least now I have an excuse to come back again for more! 😀


9 Responses to "Yummy brunch at Wild Honey"

It was an absolutely delightful brunch and so worth waiting for! Plus good service really counts as well 😉 I’m definitely gonna be a regular at this place :p Hahaha.

Yah awesome food + great service = let’s go back again for more 😀

Make sure we drag Jan along this time round.
He’s finally having his English breakfast. No more kaya toast and half-boiled eggs 😛

The eggs benedict looks yummy.. what’s the price range?

It costs $18++

woo thanks! will give it a try soon! 😀

looks really good

Yeah it really is! 😀

you are making me hungry as usual~

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