Wild Honey, Scotts Square

There's nothing else like having breakfast eggs late at night for dinner. We both had a particularly frenzied day at work, and were in need of comfort food, so it really was a no-brainer to head to Wild Honey, our go-to restaurant for the best eggs this side of the equator, for dinner.

The Spanish Hash ($24) was a carb-laden medley of fried potatoes, chorizo, and house-corned beef, crowned with 2 perfectly poached eggs and blanketed with a velvety hollandaise sauce. Truly excellent stuff. I'm ranking this a joint first-place at Wild Honey, together with the Tunisian.

We'd been craving cubanos ever since we salivated watched the food-porn flick, 'Chef', so we deviated from our usual eggs and got the Monte Cubano Sandwich ($22). Not sure if this was authentic, but the toasted ciabatta layered with spiced pulled pork, virginia ham, dijon mustard, dill pickles, swiss cheese arugula and mayo was decently scrumptious.

We also got our usual, the English ($25), the full works of an unbelievably fluffy egg scramble, canadian back bacon, cumberland pork sausage, sauteed mushrooms, baked beans, breakfast potatoes, grilled vine ripened tomato and broiche. I'd recommend this for all newbies to Wild Honey or breakfast eggs.

A favourite side of ours, the Sauteed Shitake and Button Mushrooms ($6) was simply splashed with white wine and barely seasoned with butter and salt, leaving the spotlight solely on the earthy wholesomeness of the fungi.

Wild Honey
6 Scotts Road
Scotts Square #03-01
Tel: 6636 1816
Open Sundays to Thursdays from 9am to 9pm;
Fridays to Saturdays from 9am to 10pm
Website: www.wildhoney.com.sg


Anonymous said...

wild honey is such a consistent choice. even better now that they take reservations!

usually get the bircher muesli (am a sucker for overpriced restaurant ceral) or the tunisian, but that cubano looks worth the order.

Bern said...

oh yes, much prefer the scotts sq one over the mandarin gallery outlet!!

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