Wild Honey

Huge, delicious breakfasts in a New York loft-style space - great coffee, juices and booze too!

Two gorgeous restaurants located in the Orchard area that have won the prize several years running now for the best breakfasts in town.

Dishing up fabulous coffee and huge, killer breakfasts all day, these New York style spaces ooze cosy, loft-style vibes despite their ever increasing size.

We have a load of favourites on the menu, but if we have to pick it would probably be the Spanish Hash (think heavenly fried goodness of diced chorizo, house corned beef and potato, with a poached egg and hollandaise…), the Panettone french toast stacked with baby bananas, salted caramel mascarpone, toffee’d hazelnut and salted caramel sauce…. and a serving of steaming Brazilian Bread on the side.

This is a fab spot for a lingering brunch with friends or quiet family Sunday morning breakfast.

Tip – both restaurants book out quickly so make sure you book ahead! They also accept walk-ins however be prepared to wait up to 30-40 minutes on weekends.

Second location:
333A Orchard Rd, #03-01/02 Mandarin Gallery, 238897
Phone – 6235 3900


6 Scotts Road. Scotts Square Singapore 228209
Get directions
Hours: Sunday - Thursday: 9.00am - 8.30pm Friday/Saturday: 9.00am - 9.30pm

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