Simple Fare

Wild Honey Delivered

Wanted a nice brunch but was too lazy to cook. Wild Honey came to mind and thankfully they now deliver to Woodlands.

Country decor

I ate at Wild Honey Mandarin Gallery many years ago when I was craving for Israeli/Mediterranean inspired food. Their shashuka was so good I was craving for it again. But it would turn cold and the eggs would be overcooked if I order delivery. So i ordered other items that could withstand the long trip to the end of Singapore.

All-day breakfast dishes

Wild Honey prides itself to be one of the first to introduce the all-day breakfast concept in Singapore. Imagine you can get your big English breakfast fix the whole day. You can wake up anytime and it will still be breakfast time. Oh joy!

Brazilian Bread

Warm, ooey, gooey cheese bites

Brazilian Bread

Pão de Queijo as they are called in Brazilian Portuguese are little delightful balls of cheesy goodness. They are naturally gluten-free as they use tapioca flour instead of wheat flour and use milk, eggs, olive oil, and cheese to make the dough. The result is a chewy, salty treat that is wonderful hot or cold.

Deluxe Salmon Gougere

Gougères with smoked salmon, sour cream, salmon pearls and dill

Deluxe Salmon Gougère

A gougère, in French cuisine, is a baked savory choux pastry made of choux dough mixed with cheese. They were filled with smoked salmon and topped with a generous dollop of sour cream and topped with chopped dill and a spoonful of salmon roe, the perfect combination to savour these salty, smoky fish.

Devonshire Scones

Three freshly baked scones (2 plain, 1 cranberry) with Devonshire cream and signature preserves

Devonshire Scones

Wild Honey signature dish. There’s only one way to enjoy these scones. The Devonian, or Devonshire, method is to split the scone in two, cover each half with clotted cream, and then add strawberry jam on top. I preferred the plain ones over the flavoured ones as they would carry the cream and preserves combo better.

Falafel Tabbouleh Salad

Green falafel, hummus, watercress pesto, preserved lemon, tahini, herb and seed tabbouleh, avocado, pomegranate

Falafel Tabbouleh Salad

This is a really healthy bowl of salad. Tabbouleh is a super fresh herb and bulgur salad, with parsley being the number one ingredient. It’s dotted with sliced beetroot, pine nuts, avocado and pomegranate to give it a really exotic taste. It is dressed simply with watercress pesto and lemon juice. Additional moisture came from homemade hummus and tahini. The falafel was cold when delivered, and I forgot to reheat it as it was separately packed. And falafel has to be enjoyed hot. My bad.

Roasted Cauliflower Bowl

Homemade hummus with roasted cauliflower, roasted onion, roasted tomato petal on vine, white tahini served with pita bread

Roasted Cauliflower Bowl

My love for hummus was cultivated when I spent those lovely trips to Israel and sharing those mezze plates with colleagues. And the further you get from Israel, the more complicated the hummus got and less it tasted good. Finally we laid that to rest with good homemade hummus as a base with fragrant white sesame tahini and a variety of roasted vegetable. I swore I tasted eggplant in the mix although the menu said there was none.

Pita bread

Their pita bread never failed to satisfy with its fluffy inside and lightly grilled for that fragrance and smokiness. Eat it with hummus or stuff it with ham and tabbouleh, it is equally good.

Charcuterie Platter

This platter actually came from So France. But it complimented the meal I ordered from Wild Honey, I could not resist taking it out from the fridge.

Selection of 5 Artisan Cold Cuts (Bayonne Ham, Coppa, Lonzo, Rosette, Cooked Ham)

A simple and wholesome brunch without leaving the house!

Wild Honey Mandarin Gallery
#03-01/02 Mandarin Gallery
333A Orchard Rd Singapore 238897
Tel : +65 6235 3900

Ordered in Mar 2022

1 comment on “Wild Honey Delivered

  1. Looking delicious! Thank you 😊

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