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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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03:00pm - 10:00pm

03:00pm - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm


03:00pm - 10:00pm

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The soft, crisp, charred buns was delicious! Together with the cold butter and kaya which was not too sweet/eggy/coconutty, this made for a satisfying treat.

Very simple, yet well executed dish.

The onions inside were well sweated, adding sweetness to the entire dish. The mussels tasted really fresh and high quality, and was cooked just right. Everything in the dish, whether the garlic to the onions, to the white wine, worked well together. Very well done dish. Clams may have been a better shellfish for such a sauce though.

Best pate in Singapore.

The pate was smooth, with a very distinct flavour from the chicken liver. Consistency was also ideal, with the right amount of liver to oil. Bread was freshly baked in house and very well executed. There was also a flavoured salt which seasoned the pate nicely and some pickles at the side which provided the acidity to balance the greasiness from the Pate.

If I had to pick on one thing, bread was too charred for my liking but this is probably just a personal preference.

In the meantime, let's have some KANINI. Firebake milkbun with kaya and butter. 😋

A very rare dish outside fine dining. What they didn't indicate was this was spiced Indian style. The pear and the 'soup' carried scores of flavours we typically associate with savoury Indian food.

Used their organic fruit loaf. I thought it's good. I like bread pudding more than some people. A little haphazardly done but who cares?