Revisited Working Title with my IAAF Level 1 course mates recently, which was about a year later from my first visit. Rekindled my liking for this indie and rustic looking cafe which is located along Arab Street of Kampung Glam.
Above this humble and relaxing space is a 5-storey travelers lodge. Right behind the counter/kitchen is this cozy corner where you can chill and get some work done. WiFi is available as well.
During this visit, we had some snacks and dessert: Truffle Hash Browns ($8.9), Salted Caramel Nutella Tart and Churros ($12) which is relatively new on the menu.
I never knew that Churros was deep-fried! It's essentially like Chinese you tiao, only that it's coated with sugar, cinnamon powder and chocolate dip.
Mains, All day breakfast and craft beers are on their menu too! Perfect chill out cafe being it in the day or evening.
Full review with pictures here: http://mshuilingg.blogspot.sg/2015/02/working-title-cafe.html
The cafe is located right under a backpacking hostel and it gives off the retro yet cosy feel upon entering the cafe. There are pies from Windowsill right at the entrance so if you're craving for Windowsill pies, Working Title might be the better alternative in terms of location.
I would not recommend their Honey Lemon chicken wings as they use CP Honey Wings and not those chicken wings cooked from scratch! I am extremely confident about this as I'm an avid fan of CP products and Honey Wings is my most preferred frozen food! That tin of chicken wings cost us $10 for just ~12 wings when I can purchase 1 packet at $5.50 with the same amount of wings haha
As I'm not a fan of Rosti, I didn't really enjoy their rosti set as shown above. The sausage tasted weird and the rosti is identical to Hashbrown. In conclusion, I wouldn't make a trip down to this cafe again as their Menu is extremely limited and I felt that although the variety of food is extremely limited, the ambiance of the cafe managed to balance the overall satisfaction.
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