An old schoolmate is in town and we did the tai tai thing and had a luxurious breakfast at Wild Honey while the kids were tucked away in school.
While writing up this post, I showed #1 my photos and she exclaimed with mock indignation, “Wild Honey? And you didn’t take me along?!” My kids are indeed growing up.
Their breakfast menu is rather extensive and as usual, we decided to order a range of dishes and share everything.
For something different, we were recommended the Tunisian, which was a surprisingly interesting savoury dish.
Sizzling pan of spicy shakshouka (onion, tomato, bell pepper & red chilli), Chorizo, baked eggs. Served with signature brioche and Israeli salad.
The buttermilk pancakes were nice and fluffy and came with a berry compote and maple syrup.
We just had to order the classic English fare with the full works. Starving mummies after doing the school run.
Scrambled eggs, Canadian back bacon, Cumberland pork sausage, dad’s baked beans, sautéed mushrooms, breakfast potatoes, grilled vine tomatoes & signature brioche.
The Spanish was so-so. Diced chorizo, house Corned beef & potato, two perfectly poached eggs & Hollandaise sauce with signature brioche.
Love the ambience, especially the comfortable sofa seats which my trusty friend called to reserve as they were mostly taken up by 10am.
At Wild Honey, they take breakfast seriously and their breakfast dishes are served all day long.
A pricey breakfast no doubt, but the perfect place to yak the morning away until it was time to pick the kids up from school!
It’s days like these when being a SAHM seems like the best job in the world.