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Hi there,

This is one of my most favourite place to go out for weekend breakfast because this place is so good it seriously remind me of NZ cafe food but with better over the top ingredients.

All day breakfast is finally catching up in Singapore which is such an exciting food experience. A good breakfast goes a long way but a great breakfast set you on a rocket and fuel you along the way, haha 🙂

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

Wild honey has two outlets. One at Scotts Square and the other which is the original store is at Mandarin Gallery.

I personally prefered the Scotts Square branch as they take reservations and also it is brighter but the Mandarin Gallery branch is  cozier however the waiting time can be a pain too.

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

At Scott’s Square Wild Honey, you have a choice of alfresco or indoors seating. Take alfresco if you are okay with a little heat because it feels so nice in the morning, two thumbs up for the shiny morning breakast experience.


Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

You might really want to make a reservation with Scotts Square because this place is hugely popular too, lucky us, as we were there early we only queued a while to get our seats.

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

You know what is the one thing in common that I found  with these two branches is the gorgeous beautiful staff who take down queue nos. Exude that sensual elegance which is so calming haha.. Good start to a good breakfast. :p (and I am not even saying it on behalf of my hubby haha)

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

Looking at their mouth watering menu is part & parcel of your experience there. 🙂

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

The drinks was okay, my iced chocolate which cost $6 taste a little water down especially with the melted ice, it just get blander towards the end of my brunch.

My husband who ordered his drink thought it was way too fruity to his likenings.

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

At Scotts Square outlet, there are muffins, cakes, cookies for sale too, so you can also take home some for weekday breakfasts. 🙂

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

Various Granola..

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

Various preserves…

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

And cakes that is placed just about the height of my son makes him all excited to go there. 🙂

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

For my European set ($18) , it comes with 2 thick brioche, sitting pretty are two eggs benedict with sauteed mushrooms, imported italian prosciutto.

Go with the home made hollandaise sauce, sinfully gooood. I just cut each piece of brioche and dipped into the wobbly yolk… Oh mine.

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

Next is the Santa Fe ($20), sounds so lovely, looks so lovely, taste with a punch!

Two fried eggs, sharp cheddar cheese, fresh tomato & green jalapeno salsa, chargrilled corn & fresh coriander on a warm tortilla, need I say anymore? Instant pick me up concoction for a lazy weekend. 🙂

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

As for my son, I have not given him any undercooked eggs yet, so I ordered extra bread and also roasted potatoes. ($3)


Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

The bread basket ($12) is a tad pricy, but it does comes with very good bread slices, not even one of them I thought was not nice, all lightly and nicely toasted, spread with the jam preserves and butter over it generously is just splendid.

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

The roasted potatoes with thyme ($3) although is a side comes in this delightful golden color. There is this sight crunch and fluffiness inside. My son enjoyed it with ketchup on the side.

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

The food they serve are so colorful and well plate, okay you may say the breakfast is pricey but I think the portion and the taste compensate this.

My husband isn’t a breakfast person during that time ( now is a convert somehow haha) but he commented it was so good and declare wild honey is a must return breakfast place to be.

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

At Wild Honey over at Mandarin Gallery, you will expect dark decors, and comfy seats, makes you feel like staying there and just laze around.

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

We ordered Tunisian ($18) which comes with a sizzling pan that has this potent concoction of spicy shakshouka which is a combination of tomato, onion, red pepper & chilli. You can find chunks of chorizo sausages, sitting nicly next to couple of fried eggs. Dip their signature brioche and alternate bites with the cucumber tomato salad, so addictive!

I love portuguese sausages and chorizo sausages, as this adds so much savoriness onto the dish. I am starting to think if i can replicate this dish at home. 🙂

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

For my son, I chosed a French Toast breakfast for him, don’t be fooled by its plain look, this comes with some really good maple syrup and preserves and creme fraiche. What makes this dish tick is the fillings inside these thick brioche, there are fresh mango slices, hidden gem indeed. 🙂

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

For a change, ordered a hot chocolate instead, and it taste fabulous, thick creamy chocolate flavour, now is my son’s turn for the 2 thumbs up. 😀

Wild Honey at Scotts Square & Mandarin Gallery

If you do have the time, try this place one and see for yourself, I have walked past Wild Honey at night too, and believe it a lot, many people seeking comfort breakfast food at night too. 🙂


  • English – scrambled eggs, back bacon, cuberland pork sausage, sauteed mushrooms, dad’s baked beans, breakfast potatoes, grilled vine ripened tomato & signature brioche $22.00
  • European – eggs benedict with 2 perfectly poached eggs, sauteed mushrooms, imported italian prosciutto & home made hollandaise sauce on signature brioche $18.00
  • Tunisian – sizzling pan of spicy shakshouka (tomato, onion, red pepper, chilli), studded with chorizo sausage, crowned with two fried eggs, signature brioche & israeli salad $18.00
  • Meixcan (V) – burrito with softly scrambled eggs, breakfast potatoes, black beans, with homemade salsa, guacamole & sour cream $18.00
  • Californian (V) – egs softly scrambled with tofu, fresh herbs, red, green & yellow peppers, mushrooms,scallions on chargrilled ciabatta. Egg white scramble also available $18.00
  • Santa Fe (V) – Heuvos Rancheros, two fried eggs, sharp cheddar cheese, fresh tomato & green jalapeno salsa, chargrilled corn & fresh coriander on a warm tortilla. $20.00
  • Corsican (V) – fluffy omelette fille dwith goat’s cheese, sheep feta cheese, shredded basil leaves & a drizzle of lavendar honey with grilled ciabatta $24.00
  • Roman (V) – opn faced egg fritatta with rosemary scented potatoes, italian wite truffle oil, mascarpone & black avruga caviar $22.00
  • Basque – softly scrambled eggs with melted red & yellow peppers & onions with imported spanish serrano ham & signature brioche $22.00
  • Candandian – classic stack of 3 old fashioned pancakes served with candian back bacon, wild forest berry compote & imported candian maple syrup $18.00
  • Caribbean – coconut waffles bound with fresh passionfruit creme patisserie, fresh baby bananas & slices of mango, toasted coconut flakes & passionfruit syrup $20.00
  • Persian – caramelized french toast with baked black plums, orange segments, homemade labne (yohurt), pistachios, fresh mint, orange blossom & saffron syrup $24.00
  • Ausie – 120grams / 240grams australian grass fed rib-eye, melted onion & red, yellow peppers, freid egg on grilled brioche, breakfast potatoes & dad’s baked beans $25.00 / $35.00
  • Scandinavian – grilled salmon fillet on crispy potato rosti, chargrilled asparagus spears & homemade hollandaise sauce $24.00
  • Norwegian – avocado, grilled asparagus spears, 2 perfectly pached eggs wrapped with imported norwegian smoked salmon, homemade hollandaise & salmon pearls on whole wheat brioche. $26.00
  • I Love New Year – softly scrambled eggs mixed with caramelized onions & imported smoked sturgeon with lightly toasted sesame bagel & cream cheese $24.00
  • Gallic(V) – simple but class dish of creamy scrambled eggs made the french way with signature brioche & vine ripened pearl tomates $18.00


  • Breakfast Hangover Sandwich – scrambed eggs, smoked speck, roasted vine ripened pearl tomatoes, swiss cheese & smoked paprika aioli on grilled ciabatta with breakfast potatoes $18.00
  • Under the Tuscan Sun Sandwich (V) – two layers of mediterranean vegetables between grilled rye bread – caramelized red onions, roasted red peppers, grilled portobello mushrooms, imported mozzarella cheese & arugula puree $17.00
  • Steph’s Steak Sandwich – 120 g australian grass fed rib-eye steak, baked beetroot, shaved onion & parmesan cheese, fresh horseradish & grain mustard on toasted ciabatta $25.00
  • Monte Cubano Sandwich – pressed toasted focaccia roll with spiced, pulled pork, virgina ham, dill pickles, swiss cheese, argula, coriander, home mae mayo & mustard $16.00
  • Pan Bagnat Sandwich – Tuan nicoise on grilled ciabatta imported white tuna & black olive tapenade, boiled egg, green beans, tomatoes, onions, capers $17.00
  • Moroccan Chicken Pie – chickne breast, green olives, dried apricots, toasted almonds with petite arugula & pearl tomato salad $14.00
  • Chevre, Leek & Herb Pie (V) – served with green bean & hazelnut salad $14.00
  • Aged Cheddar & Mushroom Open Tart – served with petite arugula & pearl tomato salad $14.00


  • Breakfast potatoes with fresh thyme $3.00
  • Dad’s Baked Beans – slow cooked lima beans with smoked ham hock & spicy tomato sauce $5.00
  • Sauteed shitake & buttom mushrooms $5.00
  • Imported Norwegian Smoked Salmon $10.00
  • Canadian Back Bacon $5.00
  • Cumberland Pork Sausage  $5.00
  • Vine Ripened Grilled Tomato – $3.00


  • A Bowl of Seasonal Fresh Fruit – served with home made yoghurt $14.00
  • A Bowl of Homemade Granola – served with home made yoghurt $12.00
  • A Bowl of Swiss Bircher Muesli – served wit seasonal fruits $12.00
  • Bread Basket – Basket of our signature brioche – plain & whole wheat, ciabatta, croissant with french butter & homemade jams $12.00
  • Basket of Brazilian Bread (6pcs) – moreish chessey bites $6.00


  • Tomato Panzanell (V) – marinated bread salad with artichoke, marinated red peppers, vine ripened pearl tomatoes, capers, olive oil & basil $18.00
  • Spinac Salad (V) – baby spinach, baked pumpkin & sweet potato, vine ripened pearl tomates, toasted pine nuts, chickpeas & honey mustard dressing $16.00
  • Goat’s Cheese Salad – pan fried goat’s cheese, warm bacon, signaturebrioche batons, arugula, vineripened toamtoes & honey mustard dressing $16.00
  • Spanish Plate – imported spanish serrano ham, softly boiled eggs with smoked paprika aioli, black spanish olives, marinated artichokes, rubbted tomato bread, confit of garlic, pedro ximenz dressing $30.00
  • Middle Eastern Mezze Plate (V) – softly boiled eggs with zataar, grilled eggplant with lemon scented ricotta, sheep’s feta, cucumbers, vine ripened tomatoes, olives & 3 lively dips, babaganoush, schugh, muhammar with warm turkish flat bread $26.00


  • Old Fashioned layered sponge cakes by the slice (passion fruit / strawberry / orange / mocha) $6.50
  • Cakes by the Slice – Apple crumble cake with ice cream / chocolate brownie with ice cream / cheesecake with wild berry compote $8.00
  • Tea Cakes by the slice – marbled valrhona & vanilla kugelhopf / banana & macadamia tea bread / strawberry & apple tea bread / coconut & lime tea bread $4.50
  • Small Cakes – scones, french butter & home made jam / cupcakes (chocolate, blueberry, strawbeery) / french lemon tart / valrhona chocolate & raspberry tart $45.0

WEEKEND PASTRIES (Available saturday & sunday)

  • Old fashioned doughnut with homemade raspberry jam $4.50
  • WH Tartine – brioche with orange blossom syrup, homemade apricot jam, almond cream & toasted almonds $4.50


  • Home Made Jam – 280 ml – raspberry / apricot / strawberry / all spice berry  $16.50
  • Royal Honey = $16.50
  • Breads – siganture brioche loaves – plain & whole wheat $9 / Ciabatta loaves $7 / German Elsasser $13.00
  • Granola – home made granola with nuts, cranberries & sesame seeds $15.00
  • Cappuccino / Latte / flat white $6.00
  • Hot chocolate $6
  • Flavoured Lattes – caramel, hazenut, vanilla, roasted almond, chai $7
  • Wild mocha dolce – espress, chocolate, honey & milk $7
  • French pressed coffee $7
  • Espresso $5
  • Macchiato $5
  • All ice versions, rain forest organic blend, decaf & extra short – $1


  • Chilean rose hip, japanese green tea, egyptian chamomile, egyptian hibiscus, usa peppermit, argentine lemon verbena, south african rooibos, indian assam, sri lanka earl grey $6


  • Pepper mint, lemon verbena & rose hip iced tea -unsweetned


  • Mellow Melon – honey dew melon, granny smith apple & citrus juice
  • Vegetapple – beetroot, carrot & granny smith apple
  • Spicy Citrus – orange, pineapple & ginger
  • Choice og Juices – orange, green apple or grapefruit


  • Spiced Berry – strawberries, blackberries & pepper
  • Ruby Rhubarb – lemon zest, vanilla & spearmit
  • Grand Rooibos – rooiobs tea with boubon – vanilla, orange, blue algave nectar



  • Queen Bee – ruby red grapefruit, elder flower & honey $9
  • Nature’s remedy – warm soothing drink of honey, cinnamon & vanilla $7
  • Banoffee Brulee – milk shake with fresh banana, caremel, honey & flamed meringe topping $9
  • Mandarin Wilderness – ice blended raspberry, banana, mandarin & honey $9


  • WH Cocktail – aperol, prosecco bisol bel star
  • Bloody Wild – secret recipe
  • Boulevard St Germain – ruby red grapefruit, hendrick’s gin & elder flower liquor
  • Smoking Cold Pome Grenade – fired up with 2 shots of vodka, passionfruit & promegranate
  • Amalf-me, Amalfi-you – a still americano, gin, campari, vermouth, fresh fig, raspbery & vanilla
  • Viva La Balide – yellow mango mashed with lemon, sugar, cream, & cachaca rum


  • Champagne & Sparkling Wine
  • Veuve Cliquot Champagne NV (France) Glass / Bottle – $20.00 / $150.00
  • Chandon Sparking Wine NV (Australia) Glass Bottle – $11.00 / $70.00
  • Prosecco Bisol Bel Star NV (Italy) Glass / Bottle – $9.00 / $50.00


  • Tyrell’s Mystery Hill Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2010 (Australia) $10.00 / $50.00
  • Terrazas Chardonnay 2009 (Argentian) $12.00 / $60.00
  • Pewsey Vale Eden Valley Reisling 2010 (Australia) – $90.00
  • Shaw & Smith Sauvignon Blanc 2010 (Australia) – $100.00


  • Tyrell’s Mystery Hill Shraz 2009 (Australia)
  • Terrazas Malbec 2009 (Argentina)
  • Mantellassi Il Canneto Sangiovese 2009 (Italy)
  • Joseph Drouhin Laforet Bourgogne 2008 (France)


  • Estrella by Ferran Adraia 700ml

* subject to GST & Service Charge / (V) Vegetarian

Happy Dining!


Locations : 6 Scotts Square #03-01 Scotts Road Singapore 228209

Time : Mon – Fri 9am – 1030pm / Weekends 9am – 1030pm

Tel : 66361816

Locations : 333A Orchard Road #03-02 Mandarin Gallery Singapore 238897

Time : Mon – Fri 9am – 1030pm / Weekends 98am – 1030pm

Tel : 62353900



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