Wild Honey, Singapore

The original plan was to go to Chye Seng Huat but someone kept talking me out of it so I settled for Wild Honey. I'd heard a lot about Wild Honey and their brunch appeared to be wildly popular, so it was good deal in the end. My sister brought me to the Scotts Square branch because it was bigger, but that somehow did nothing as there was still a 20 minute wait, on a weekday. I can't imagine what a weekend queue is like.

Once seated though, service was quick and food came in a timely manner. The food and drinks was great, all the brunch dishes were named after countries. My New York brunch had bagels, cream cheese and smoked salmon in scrambled eggs. My sister's Canadian brunch had big fluffy pancakes, maple and blueberry syrups and bacon. Sound yum? Indeed. The only thing that didn't work for me that the interior felt a bit drab and too dark for an afternoon meal. One could've mistaken it for a pub...