Nestled just a stone throw away from Hougang MRT Station, Wild Blooms is a great place for a nice cosy brunch. Last week, I was invited by Alicia to join her for tea and catching up.
What really drew me to Wild Blooms was the pretty floral decor. Found out from the lady boss that the flowers here are tended to by her grandfather and that it’s a family run business. We were blown away by the variety or Artisan Teas on the menu and that each dish is made/baked fresh as you order! Here are some of our recommended teas, dishes and desserts.
Blooming Princess $8
A luxurious rich aromatic tea served in a pot with a flower booming before your eyes! Watch it bloom on my Instagram post!
Blooming Wild $8
Flower tea consisting of Clemanthus, Orange Lily and White Tea that is great for digestion and cleansing toxins from our lifestyle.
Matcha Seaweed Fries $8.90
Fries tossed with homemade matcha seaweed mix, topped with Japanese nori.
Truffle Mushroom $13.90
Creamy pasta with wild mushroom topped with grated Parmesan cheese and drizzled with white truffle oil.
Smoked Salmon $15.90
Creamy pasta with Norwegian smoked salmon topped with Parmesan cheese.
Flower in a Pot $9.90
Signature mini flower pot with edible soil and flower. Fluffy sponge cake infused with authentic Japanese matcha layered with white chocolate ganache and cream cheese top with Oreo crumbs.
Rose Apple Pie $5.90
Freshly-baked puff with apple slices filled with apricot jam.
Wild Blooms, 1187 Upper Serangoon Road, #01-01, Singapore 533971
Tel: +65 9865 3767
1100 – 2300 (Tues, Wed, Thurs)
1100 – 0000 (Fri, Sat)
1100 – 2100 (Sun)
(Closed on Mondays)
I felt right at home here at Wild Blooms with it’s floral decor, teas and pasta all of which I enjoyed very much! Only thing that you have to take note of is the flights of stairs that you have to take to the dining area at the top so you have to watch your step. There is also an outdoor alfresco in the evenings as it’s too hot outside in the afternoon.
Would I be back again? Most definitely if I do come all the way down to Hougang, I’d much rather have pretty aromatic teas, cakes and fresh delicious pasta over fast-food. It’s definitely a must-visit if you’re into flowers, tea and Instagram.