The Great Taste at Wild Honey

Posted by Matthew Patrick McLauchlan on

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Wild Honey might not be new to the scene, but it consistently stands for excellence in our industry. Recognized as one the best places to enjoy brunch and a beautiful coffee in Singapore, the two gorgeous locations, Scott’s Square and Mandarin Gallery, are equally known for their food quality, customer service and inviting environment.

As of a few months ago, their Mandarin Gallery location moved to a bigger corner unit which is still on the third floor. With more seating, including a long communal table which stretches the length of the room, guests can enjoy brunch in the warm glow of a café designed with comfort and community in mind. At first glance, the café creates a soft, relaxed impression. With cushioned seats in the waiting area, guests who are on the waiting list can relax and view either the stylish paintings on the walls or the stainless steel 3 group Synesso on the bar. Depending on the company, both can be a pleasurable view! Once in the café, guests can enjoy the interesting ambiance and fun, colourful pieces lining the walls. There’s even an eclectic selection of vintage toys to remind you of your childhood.

Atmosphere and customer service are crucial to any successful café, but without fantastic coffee and food, you would only have pleasure without substance. Without doubt, Wild Honey is famous for their brunch and they’ve won ‘Best brunch in Singapore’ on several occasions. Owners, Guy and Stephanie, approach their menu with quality, offering a variety of unique options that move away from the typical waffle fare (although their waffles are delicious too). Many of the dishes are named for the countries, states or cities they represent. For example, ‘The Mexican’ is an artfully made, tasty breakfast burrito. Personally speaking, the Scandinavian and the Tunisian are a couple of our favourite dishes.

Finally, to create the full picture, we need to talk coffee! Both Wild Honey locations have beautiful, classic stainless steel Synessos on their bar. Each café pulls a custom, three bean espresso blend which both Guy and Stephanie helped design to best pair with their food. In support of their excellent espresso programme, they offer Alice Estate, Brazil as a French Press which is brewed upon request. There is also an array of hand crafted teas and drink infusions on offer which adds a layer of sophistication to their drinks’ menu. It could be said that there are four key ingredients to a successful café; authenticity, great customer service, an inviting atmosphere and quality ingredients. Each component adds a critical element that makes the whole a success. Luckily for Singapore, Wild Honey has all four in spades.

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Wild Honey
Mandarin Gallery
333A Orchard Road. # 03-01

Scotts Square
6 Scotts Road. #03-01
Singapore

Opening hours
Sunday - Thursday: 9am - 9pm
Friday & Saturday: 9am - 10pm

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