333A Orchard Road
#03-01 Mandarin Gallery
Singapore 238897

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09:00am - 10:00pm

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Feeling festive with Eggnog Latte. Taste slightly sweeter cos of the eggnog, but itโ€™s still a delicious cup of coffee. The gingerbread star makes a great complement to the drink.

Avocado, grilled asparagus spears, poached eggs wrapped in Norwegian salmon topped with salmon pearls on signature brioche bread. Beautiful creation! Love everything and every bite!

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Great service and pretty good food. Got the Tunisian (shakshuka with brioche) which I enjoyed. Soft fluffy bread went well with the shakshuka. The server was also very friendly as well! Customers should note that they will start charging for still/sparkling water from September onwards though (no longer complimentary).

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Fluffy egg white omelette with asparagus, feta cheese, sourdough and tomatoes. The sourdough was burnt. So they sent me a new piece which was still a bit burnt. I hate eating burnt food.

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Pricey but excellent all day breakfast choices from around the world (English, Tunisian, Parisienne, etc). Be sure to make reservations and there is a 120 minutes cap during peak hours at the Mandarin Gallery outlet. Friendly and good service, which is a rare quality given how busy they are and the manpower shortage.

Iโ€™ll be back.

Still the go-to place for hearty brunch fare, Wild Honeyโ€™s signature Norwegian ($30) stars a pair of perfectly poached eggs wrapped with smoked salmon and covered in hollandaise and salmon pearls, sitting on avocado and grilled asparagus spears with two thick brioche. Perhaps a little cloying towards the end but very satisfying on a whole and it has been ages since I had Eggs Benedict. The savouriness from the strips of salmon and briny pearls adds to the buttery flavour of the hollandaise as well as the decadence of the creamy yolk. Their brioche bread was also relatively fluffy so it offered some bite and served well in mopping up all the sauce.

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