Sunday, April 04, 2010

EATZ: Wild Honey - No Place Like Home

Do you always wake up late and always miss not having your sausage and egg breakfast?
Have you ever craved for the wonderful breakfast that you've had during your previous holiday?
At Wild Honey, they serve breakfast all day long.
That nothing to shout about, since you can always have your coffee and toast at Toast Box or Ya Kun.
The best part of it is that they serve 15 types of breakfast from around the globe!
Now, you can really scream and rejoice!
Take a look at the breakfast grand menu.
  1. Swiss: (V) stone fruit, bircher muesli
  2. Japanese: Omelet balls stuffed with smoked salmon, wasabi mayo, rice, salad
  3. Yemen: (V) Malawach with whole boiled egg, green chili harissa and tomato kasundi
  4. European: Our version of eggs Benedict with field mushrooms & prosciutto
  5. Italian: Open faced frittata with rocket, tomato, fontina cheese
  6. Californian: (V) scrambled eggs, tofu, herbs, peppers on ciabatta
  7. Mexican: (V) Hearty burrito, scrambled eggs, potatoes, beans, salsa, guacamole, sour cream
  8. Tunisian: Sizzling pan of tomato stew, fried eggs & chorizo sausage
  9. English: The full breakfasts, eggs any way, sausage, tomato, mushrooms. Baked beans, bacon
  10. L Love NY: Scrambled eggs with caramelized onions, smoked sturgeon, bagel & cream cheese
  11. Belgium: (V) light, fluffy waffles sandwiched with grilled mango
  12. Canadian: pancakes, wild Forrest berries, compote, crisp bacon
  13. Sweet Morning: (V) French toast stuffed with peach
  14. Gallic: (V) scrambled eggs the french way, toasted brioche
  15. Scandinavian: Grilled Norwegian salmon fillet and green asparagus, potato rosti, Hollandaise sauce
Two mouths, one stomach each, we can only order two portions to share. We decided to go buenos días and buon giorno.

Mexican:
Scrambled eggs with chunky potatoes and beans wrapped in a burrito, goes perfectly fine with salsa, guacamole or sour cream.


Italian:
A frittata, an omelette with fontina cheese and fresh tomatoes topped with fresh rocket, served with two slabs of thick toast.


Verdict
Despite mixed reviews from foodie search engines about Wild Honey. I prefer to focus on the food itself instead of the service. If you have dined in bistros in foreign countries, you will not be too surprised that you have to walk over to the counter to make your orders. The first impression of Wild Honey was the cosy interior decor of the restaurant. I was not expecting an unusual new taste worth two thumbs-up, since you don't need a world class chef to make a good breakfast. However, I must admit that their omelette were fabulously done. That made my $18 well worth. What better way to complete the breakfast with one of their many choices of beverage, from chillers to caffeine fix. If you still have room after your breakfast entree, one of their cakes make excellent desserts. Worth the visit with a few good friends to chill, but not your everyday breakfast joint.

Wild Honey
#03-02, Mandarin Gallery,
Orchard Road, Singapore.
+65 62353900
Email: guy.wachs@wildhoney.com.sg
9:00am to 10:30pm daily

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