Tittle Tattle is the newest cafe opened twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week; all the time at Selegie Road.
Yes, you read it right, it is opened for 24/7 daily.
WiFi checked, power sockets checked, opened all-day-all-night checked.
Hello students, you heard it right, Tittle Tattle welcomes you to dine and study there, with addition of 15% off all items on their menu (except alcohol) on weekdays 12 midnight till 4pm.
But remember to wear your masks when not consuming food.
Stepping inside, the 50-seater space is decked in a retro-themed layout with vintage leather furniture, red-bricked wallpaper, neon lights and a real Jukebox that plays vinyl record.
Wait, a Jukebox and vinyl record? Who else recognise one here?
I was intrigued because as a Millennial (*cough cough*), that was the first time I was seeing a functional Jukebox that played both classic Mandopop and English Pop songs in real life.
Tittle Tattle’s menu is pretty extensive with most items available all day except for alcohol that is prohibited after 10.30pm due to the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020.
Cafe-style brunch options such as Mr Avocado ($18), Smoked Salmon Egg Affair ($22), Beer Battered Fish & Chips ($19) and Australian Angus Grass-fed Striploin Steak ($26) are available.
The selection of Waffles caught my attention, with a total of 9 different options on their menu.
This ranges from the usual Waffle ($7), Single Scoop Ice cream $10.50, Double Scoops Ice Cream $13.50), Milo Dinosaur ($12), Mango Tango ($14), Salmon Mentaiko ($20), Cheddar Ham ($15) to Over-The-Top Tittle Tattle Disasters ($22).
Drinks menu include the Coffee ($4 – $7), Smoothie ($7.90 – $8.90), Tea ($5.90 – $7.90) and Coco Cola Mixers ($9.90).
I decided to order one savoury waffle which is the Salmon Mentaiko ($20), and one sweet version of Tittle Tattle Disasters ($22), which (unfortunately) took about 50 minutes to arrive.
In the meantime, do immerse in the classic songs playing from the Jukebox and explore the different #OOTD corners in the cafe to kill time.
My favourite of the two waffles is the Salmon Mentaiko Waffle ($20) with Japanese elements such as slices of Smoked Salmon drizzled with generous amount of Mentaiko Sauce, topped with a single sous vide egg.
The waffles were thick with a slight crispy on the edges, a chewy texture akin to a cake filled with eggy fragrance.
The savory and slightly spicy kick from the mentaiko sauce complemented the sweet, eggy waffles base, except that the smoked salmon slices seemed to be on the saltier side.
Just when I thought the the trend for Over-The-Top Milkshakes is over, Tittle Tattle offers their own version of Over-The-Top Waffles ($22) that comes with Macarons, Ice Cream Cone, Marshmallows, Kinder Bueno, Gem Biscuits, Rainbow Biscuit Wafers, Strawberries and a scoop of either Vanilla or Chocolate Ice Cream.
Strongly advise to share with your friends because the Tittle Tattle Disasters ($22) is no joke with the number of toppings on it.
There was a good mix of nostalgic old-school treats (Gem Biscuits, Rainbow biscuit wafers, Marshmallow) with trendy desserts (Macarons, waffles) that resonate with their retro-theme.
Tittle Tattle may be the next hotspot as they are opened 24 hours and a form of late night ‘entertainment’ for students and the young in Singapore. But listen… “Ah boy, ah girl, don’t stay out TOO LATE!”
183 Selegie Road, #01-03, Singapore 188329
Opening Hours: 24 hours Daily
* Written by Nicholas Tan @stormscape who loves all things [NEW]. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.