On Arab Street in Bugis, one might expect to find Arab food – sharwarmas, felafel, kebabs and the like. At number 48 though, there is a totally different form of cuisine on offer, but one which is equally at odds with the expectations of Singapore. Working Title is an American coffee joint, a haven for bean and burger lovers, with a few international favourites thrown in for good measure as well.
Friendly staff and glad they are willing to accommodate my request for special order.
Great food in a nice little cafe. Must try their tatter tots and of cos their burgers. Will definitely come back again to try the other items from the menu
Excellent Very efficient And reliable Quandooalltheway Didnt know i work receive this kind of points when i joined or signed up for quandoo and my first experience at working title is awesomeee
Working Title sounds like a cafe name that smacks of indecision – ‘we’ll think of a working title until we can come up with a better name – but their cooking is certainly not something about which they are waiting to make up their mind. They serve up American food to Arab Street, a geopolitical gastastrophe waiting to happen, one would think, but not so: the public of Singapore are heading down to to Bugis in droves to find out what the fuss is all about.
Of course, a restaurant with an ironic location and an indecisive name is all well and good, but to survive, it will need a menu that draws the punters in. Lucky then, that Working Title serve food that stands out from the rest of Bugis and Singapore – American classics such as burgers and pizzas for the lunch crowd, and a speciality brunch menu that is the highlight of any Sunday afternoon spent on Arab Street. Throw in a barista that is big on flavour and even bigger on latte art, and a dessert selection that would keep even the most waddling American happy, and you have a winning recipe.