Wild Honey is wildly popular in Singapore for a good reason. It’s definitely worth leaving the ever-popular ground floor of Pavilion to discover their homey charms with a unique twist. Don’t miss: the Golden Triangle and the Parisienne.
I visited Wild Honey, Pavilion again and noticed that the Barbary (duck leg confit) dish and Greek (Open faced omelette baked with fragrant lamb moussaka) dish have been removed from their menu and there were new items in the menu.
After my initial visit to Wild Honey, I went there again with my family. This time I ordered the popular dishes to share.
Wild Honey, the cafe that serves one of the best brunch in Singapore has finally marked their first oversea outlet in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur last year. We’ve heard a lot of positive reviews about their main branches in Singapore Mandarin Gallery and Scotts Square but yet to try it out. Hence we are pretty glad to be able to get a taste of their food in Malaysia now
When we stepped into Pavilion at 11 am on a Friday, we went directly to El Iberico and was told that the pork ribs will only be served at 12 noon so we went to Wild Honey (an eatery that serves brunch dishes all day) to have a light bite before lunch at noon.
Expect to pay top dollar here as the prices are on the high side when compared to what most cafes offer with a breakfast dish costing north of RM30 and some even more than RM50. Plus it didn't help when prices increased between RM2 - RM10 for most of their dishes and drinks (when comparing the prices I paid from the ones I saw on a blog 3 months ago). Probably because of the high prices, I think many come with higher-than-usual expectations hoping to be wowed by the food. So, my suggestion would be to keep your expectations in check when you dine here so that you won't be gravely disappointed. For me, the food was decent...maybe not wow (for the prices charged) but, if I judge the components separately, they certainly do compensate with the use of top-notch ingredients, generous portions and competently prepared food. And yes, I can see myself returning...but probably sparingly because of the prices. And next time, I'll choose a lighter option (if I'm dining alone) or make sure I bring a plus one to share a heftier dish! ^_*
Reasons to visit: the Salted Caramel Tart, perfectly cooked eggs, stylish décor, innovative brunch dishes from around the world, great coffee by Common Man, innovative juices and mocktails, generous portions… did I mention the Salted Caramel Tart?!
Both dish were rather disappointing as for the kind of price that I am paying, I would expect more – in terms of flavours & presentation. One of the reason is also my expectation was built up that how good this place was. For the price I am paying, I could opted Yeast that serve better quality food. Portion were small too and I still think I do not mind to pay for Common Man Roasters Brunch Menu.
Overall Rating: 8.5/10. I really enjoyed the overall dining experience here - the iconic interior; the friendly server; the numbering system (yes!); and all the dishes I tasted in this writeup. Now, let's see what I should have in the next visit.