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The thickest pancakes I ever had. They tasted pretty good, soft and served with berries jam, maple syrup and chicken sausages. The ambience is pretty nice with beautiful wall paintings. Quite fast service too.
Love to have breakfast here. Nice and quiet, if you are early. Friendly service too. Plus, it’s in Pavillion so it is all good. We had eggs benedict and i had my piccolo latte. Piccolo latte is the best!
The poor staff that is far from having received a good training serves a reduced version of their already limited menu compared to Singapore. This branch has nothing to do with the Wild Honey in Singapore. Will never come again. Waste of money and time.
Had a lovely late lunch over our favorite cafe at the wild honey; of course with proper social distancing...
Had the lovely European breakfast poach eggs with melted cheese; with slices of bacons on toasted bread with sausages and added with button mushroom with tomatoes...was simply awesome. Delicious pumpkin and sweet potatoes salad with its sun flower seeds were amazing with Aglio Olio Chicken with special Virgin olive oil added to it. And not forgetting it’s lovely homemade cheesy cake indulgence with its raspberries sauce 😋😋😋More
Brought my friend to have a lunch here.The whole place feel so good and relaxing.Lot of western meals for the menu. Lovely Tiger Prawn Agio Olio and the Peanut Butter Burger.I highly recommend this place.
Had awesome dinner here at this place:
Lovely Brazilian Bread with Warm, ooey, gooey cheesey bites.
Had the lovey Norwegian withAvocado, grilled asparagus spears, poached eggs wrapped with Norwegian smoked salmon, Hollandaise sauce & salmon pearls on wholewheat brioche. So delicious and tasty. Blend with...lovely Roasted cauliflower, pearl Cous Cous, toasted almonds, chick peas, Feta cheese, herbs & zataar.
Stuffed savoury french toast with signature housemade brioche, turkey ham, Swiss cheese, Dijon mustard with fried egg & Hollandaise sauce with small mixed green salad & pearl tomatoes.
And a glass of Hoegaarden and Japanese Green Tea with Jasmine to end a beautiful wonderful evening 😋😋😋More
We visited here after having such a great experience in their Singapore branch. KL is unfortunately far from the same.
The gluten free options that they say are available online, aren’t actually available when you’re there.
The ‘vegan options’ mean they will charge you the...same price but for half the meal; they don’t replace anything they just remove egg, cheese etc. Couldn’t offer to replace anything either.
Got a side of fries as was so hungry; hate to be pedantic, but we definitely got the dregs of fries!
We asked to speak to the manager before starting to eat; that didn’t
happen until we got bill. Which we were then told the advise for picking a vegan option is to order sides with it (not that we were told that; and none of the sides are listed as vegan!)
They also charge a compulsory service fee which even if you aren’t happy, you have to pay.
Overall very poor for any dietary requirements. Such a shame!More
Brought my family to have lunch and celebrate Xmas early at this hip and cosy restaurant. It’s feels so relaxing. The western meals menu .... wow .... spoilt for choices. Ordered cauliflower soup, mushrooms soup, Hawaiian burger, European mushroom poach eggs, Salmon Asparagus and Carbonara...and with pot of tea. The important is that all have a good time and meal here.More
I rarely write reviews, and normally reserve my opinion for places that deserve recognition. However, this is an exception.
I wanted a light meal, and ended up ordering a Waldorf salad and glass of red wine. The salad was fine, if pricey, but the wine...was terrible. I could live with both, and put it down to a bad experience, but the service was terrible. The staff seemed keen to close half an hour before the closing time, and the person who took my payment (Faudi) looked like he was only interested in going home. I could understand, but there were several other people still eating, and some had barely started their main course.
I will not be going back.More