749 North Bridge Road
Singapore 198717

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12:30pm - 10:00pm

12:30pm - 10:00pm

12:30pm - 09:00pm


12:30pm - 10:00pm

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12:30pm - 10:00pm

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Salmon with couscous $15

Salmon was well cooked and succulent. They served the salmon skin which was very crispy on the side. Everything was well seasoned. Couscous was lesser than expected though. Overall good experience.


It wasn't good at all. The gnocchi was mushy, the mushroom and meatballs were BONE DRY. The meat balls, when I chewed, it was like chewing on dry grainy jerky and rubber. It wasn't very flavourful and the onions weren't really caramelised as described on the menu.

My Friend had the smoked salmon pasta and there were only two very thin slices of smoked salmon with soggy old tomato pasta and it cost around $18. Really disappointed and didn't live up to our expectations. The staff were nice but the food was totally not worth the money at all. Even Hawkers center western is 10 times better than the food we got. Sorry but not sorry. Will not come back again sadly

The title of this post is self-evident of how sinful this burger is. In its original form, it is simply a baked Mac & Cheese sandwiched in between two burger buns.

Add on a juicy compact beef patty at $5 to give it that extra bite, and perhaps you could consider adding on a beef/turkey bacon or even a sunny side-up egg if you intend to turn the other cheek on being health-conscious.

There are several sides you could choose to add on to your burger. I got the Old Fashioned Truffle Fries, which is your rehashed formula of shoestring fries fried in truffle oil and garnished with shredded parmesan. I'm not complaining though - I generally swing with them. The ones we got were lukewarm, to my slight disappointment, but they are still pretty darn tough to resist.

If you're around Bugis or North Bridge Road, consider giving Wilder a go. They can be easy to miss as their small hideout blends in the scattershot of halal cafés nearby, but they are recognisable by their rustic, nature-inspired brownness. (7.5/10)

Egg Ben & Smoke Salmon Croissant $16
Calamari Salted Egg $12
Lychee Mojito $7

What makes a good croissant is the texture of it.
Super loved the croissant cause its crunchy on
the outside yet soft on the inside. Smoke salmon was uber tender, it goes along so well w the perfect poached egg and its sauce!! Though Calamari was just as good as it smell, i had to finish up my main first.
Calamari rings wasnt spicy (for a non-spicy eater myself) Spicy lovers would probably not like it but your meal aint complete without a virgin mojito. They have other few options of mojito, Lychee was my safest option cause not many can make a good classic mojito (i feel!)

Its def a place to explore for those who appreciate calm/quiet ambience. Friendly barista that actually goes back to your table to ask for a review of their dishes. Good job, Wilder! 🌹


They have 2 versions to this pasta, tomato-based and cream-based sauce. I got the cream-based. It's a simple pasta with tomato, mushrooms and rockets. I did like the sauce. Doesn't give the jelak feeling yet makes you full. 3/5.


The photo is not doing justice to how it really tastes. It's really not bad. I've never had pulled meat dish before and this is quite good. It's just a bit pricey for how it looks. 4/5