For the menu, breakfast dishes are named after the region they embody, giving you a refreshing context to the flavours tickling your palate. Ranging from the I Love New York, a platter of scrambled eggs, smoked sturgeon, and a toasted bagel served with cream cheese, to the English, a full English breakfast of eggs, pork sausage, sautéed mushrooms, baked beans, bacon, brioche and vine ripened tomato, you can do a culinary tour of the world right from the lush comfortable armchairs of the restaurant. For the Scotts Square menu, crowd favourites like the European, Scandinavian, and the Tunisian all make a return, with some exciting new additions. One of the new dishes that really caught our eye was the Caribbean: a tantalising coconut waffle creation.
If you’re into a boozy brunch, or liquored lunch, or drunken dinner, Wild Honey’s got you covered. In addition to the excellent food options, Wild Honey also has a mouth-watering selection of cocktails that you’ll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else. (Jan 2012)