26 Beach Road
#B1-18 South Beach Avenue
Singapore 189768

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08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm

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Description from menu: Pita bread with green falafel, herb and seed tabouleh, watercress pesto, cured lemon and tahini. Served with herb and seed tabouleh.

Wanted to try something unique, out of the normal cafe breakfasts, but this was out of my comfort zone. Perhaps Israeli food is not for me 😅. There was way too much herbs and too little sauce, everything tasted dry.

A little disappointed when my food was not served warm. The chorizo was okay yet the beef was not juice as I expected. Poached eggs were perfectly done, yet I wish they were warm. Brioche is quite nice, crunchy skin yet tender bread. The star of the dish is really the potato! I like how the potato is seasoned and roasted.

TL;DR - order the one with chef head icon (Wild Honey signature dishes). This Spanish is definitely not.

Such a treat to have this velvety smooth and rich hot chocolate 😍


From the newest Wild Honey outpost that recently opened its doors at South Beach Towers, taking up the space of now-defunct Ebi Tori Menzo which had since moved out quite some time ago. Perhaps one of the least exquisite-looking branch of the hugely popular brunch hangouts, the South Beach Towers branches is also one of their smallest around.

The "I Love NY" is pretty much where now-defunct Sacha & Sons really left off; featuring creamy scrambled eggs, smoked sturgeon and smoked salmon with caramelised onions, herb and garlic cream cheese, vine tomatoes and hand-rolled sesame bagels, the bagels gave a firm bite — not overly dense, but pretty substantial overall. Pairing well with the herb and garlic cream cheese, the cream cheese helps to make everything smooth and luscious with its distinct flavour, binding the scrambled eggs with the bagels when had together. Scrambled eggs were pretty fluffy; the smoked sturgeon and salmon helping to add a savoury note typical of cured meats to help provide the eggs some contrast. No doubt prices at Wild Honey for brunch had always came with a premium over that of other cafes; the quality still pretty much remains fairly decent — would however still prefer to head down to the other branches though, for how the South Beach Towers one seem to lack a bit of the vibes that the other two (i.e. Mandarin Gallery and Scotts Square) seem to carry.


The base was brioche that was lightly toasted, with pieces of mushrooms scattered on it. Each slice of bread had a perfectly-poached egg wrapped in prosciutto, and was topped with a pretty generous serving of hollandaise sauce. Break the egg and let the yolk flow and the hollandaise sauce flow over the bread and mushrooms for a savoury breakfast!

Despite its looks, it is more than enough to fill your tummy, probably because the hollandaise sauce was pretty thick. For $24++, it is one of the cheaper all-day breakfast items on Wild Honeys menu.

Wild Honey was pretty empty on a weekday morning but if you are coming here on a weekend, it would be best to make a reservation in advance and buy a Chope voucher beforehand if you wish!

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