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Firebake - Woodfired Bakehouse & Restaurant

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Firebake – Woodfired Bakehouse & Restaurant is a concept showcasing woodfired sourdough bread making and wholesome cuisine enjoyed with breads, using historical European woodfired techniques and contemporary global influences in flavours.

237 East Coast Road
Level 1
Singapore 428930

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10:00am - 10:00pm


11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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The mussels were small, but the really generous portion made up for it. The sauce was on the saltier side but it made a great dipping sauce for their charcoal grilled bread.

The seafood risotto had so much goodness packed into it - scallops, mussels, prawns and sea bass - cooked in a rich seafood & white wine broth.

Very value for money! Can't wait to head back and try the prawn capellini.

As for the drink itself, it's something that's not for the faint-hearted. It's extremely rich, and unlike any other cup of hot cocoa you would have tasted in your life, ever.

I couldn't handle the saltiness of it all and had to request for sugar 😂

But who knows? It may be your cup of tea (or cocoa, for that matter).

What I love about Firebake is that their breads are uniquely made using a woodfire bread oven. Each of their breads will have a beautiful char to it which makes me personally enjoy Firebake for breakfast to enjoy an array of breads. Their Cheesymite ($3.50) is a must have for a savory, cheesy start to the day coupled with soft-boiled eggs & coffee!

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With the exception of their amazing bread, my experiences at Firebake have been pretty uneven. Thankfully this bad boy delivers on all fronts. The hefty Australian Wagyu patty is flavourful and succulent, boasting beautiful char and sear on the outside and smothered in a beefy tomato relish, a cascade of melty cheese and pickles between fluffy sourdough potato buns.

Taste: 3.5/5


There are two things executed exceptionally well here at Firebake - first was the breads which they're famous for, and second was anything that comes out of their grill.
Case in point, these prawns grilled over charcoal fire exudes a smoky aroma, just like the grilled seabass in their seafood risotto ($26++) and their grilled Argentinian striploin ($28++). And if two large meaty prawns still isn't enough for you, you get full-on prawn flavours in the aglio olio as well. This is because of the generous sprinkling of sakura ebi, and that the aglio olio was tossed in prawn oil, besides garlic, kombu, and sweet mirin.
And here's an insider fact - do you know what's the current best seller at Firebake? It's this prawn capellini. Surely, there's something about this that makes regulars return for it over and over again.
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An interesting twist on the local kaya and butter toast! The sourdough was crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside with some charred bits to inject a boost of flavour. Served warm and toasty, the butter melted nicely on the toast and the aroma of the kaya became even more prominent. Do note that the kaya is quite different - while it was lacking in the coconut fragrance that my favourite kaya at Ya Kun has, it makes up with the strong caramelised sweetness of sugar.