Friday, March 2, 2012

Wild Honey at Scotts Square

I met up with a few friends this morning for brunch. This group of friends are mostly fellow bloggers - owners of blogs that I read on a very regular basis. Except L who doesn't blog but then she reads all 3 of our blogs.

I was really glad we ended up going to Wild Honey at Scotts Square. I've always wanted to try out this place. A lot of my friends have raved about it, but the long queues at Wild Honey at Mandarin Gallery... I just don't think I could queue an hour for breakfast... You could make a reservation at this new outlet at Scotts Square. I was rather glad I did even though we were meeting on a weekday morning, because I noticed the restaurant got pretty packed quickly.

The restaurant was beautiful, yet cozy and homely. I feel like I could stay for half a day pretty comfortably.

The menu was also beautiful. I'm not sure if it is because of the menu, or just because of the words "all day breakfast". There's just something about "all day breakfast" that makes you think about off days, weekends, holidays and other leisurely days.

We all ordered slightly different dishes so we could have a little bit of everything.

Petunia and Ting had the Tunisian - which came in a little pan, with fried eggs, chorizo and a spicy soup-like sauce. The wonderful thick slices of brioche soaked up the sauce and soft egg yolks very well, I think.

The Tunisian - love that brioche, yum!

L had the Mexican, which was a wrap with scrambled eggs, black beans and other wonderful stuff in it. I am pretty adverse to the smell of peppers recently, but it still tasted really great to me. The salsa that came with it was really delicious too.

The Mexican

I ordered the Canadian, which came with picture-perfect pancakes with maple syrup and homemade jam, as well as some beautiful looking bacon. I thought the pancakes looked way better than they tasted, but I really loved the jam that came with it and am really inspired to make some of my own jam afterwards. The bacon was surprising good too. And from someone who does not fancy pork, I think it's probably better than good.

The Canadian - love that jam

These pancakes look quite perfect.. but sadly, they were e a little too chewy and hard for me. 
McDonalds hotcakes are still my favourite!

I always enjoy my outings with this group of friends.. and already, I'm looking forward to the next one. See you all again very soon!

The cozy restaurant was pretty yet comfortable

The Mocha at Wild Honey came with milk and honey.. it looked so good

This Wild Iced Tea looked really ordinary, but I thought it was quite delicious and thirst quenching.
It was a blend of a few teas - chamomile, hibiscus and something I don't remember..

The cappuccino looked with the cocoa dust on top

Wild Honey
6 Scotts Road
Scotts Square Level 3
Tel: +65 6636 1816


Wen-ai said...

Ahh, that's nice!

Open Kitchen Concept said...

Hi hi, maybe you should join us next time Wen-ai

I am Hap(py) said...

Hey this Wild Honey look sooo much better than Mandarine Gallery!

Now i want to go there and check it out :) I find it alittle exp though - for the breakfast.

Open Kitchen Concept said...

Oh I know what you mean, Happy. Technically you can make a much better breakfast - bread, eggs, bacon, coffee and the works for much less than 30 dollars per person...

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