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Their House Speciality includes Nasi Campur Babi (Pork mixed rice served with BBQ pork, roast pork, sweet pork satay and braised pig) and Satay Babi (Chinese Indonesia style pork satay, sweet marinated pork, savoury marinated pork, pork liver, pork intestine and pork skin)
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Just a proper, well-balanced house-made tiramisu

Perfect palate cleanser, served frozen in a lemon

Looks really simple, but this is quite possibly the best fried calamari I’ve had anywhere!

We have always enjoyed the foods and it’s cosy atmosphere at The Communal Place. But we couldn’t wait any longer before the dine-in restriction is lifted hence we decided to place an online order and opt for Self Pick-up. Payment was made by PayNow, and our food is just ready for Pick-up when we arrived, perfect timing and it was fuss-free! ⠀

Miso Salmon is one of our favourite dish here! A huge slab of salmon that’s well pan-seared and lightly seasoned to preserve its freshness. Indulging together with their miso glazed on top of it, creamy mash potato on the side which it’s too irresistible and some green veg! It’s a super worthy meal to get it now as they are running a fiery promotion of BUY 2 GET 1 FREE! Head over to their website or Instagram page to find out more. ⠀
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The earl grey croissant was fragrant but the white chocolate was far too sweet! This is definitely for those with a sweet tooth.

The dark chocolate croissant was rich and had hazelnuts for that extra flavour and crunch.

A quick takeaway and go. If I were to eat burger again, a thick, juicy and moist one is much desired.
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It wasn’t too sweet, with a buttery and crumbly crust. There’s coco on top, and a gooey banana filling. Would prefer the crust to be a bit more crunchy, but otherwise it’s a satisfying snack!

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Please watch the episode Fat on Netflix’s Salt Fat Acid to fully appreciate focaccia. Once that is done proceed to get your hands on micro bakery’s Herb Olive Oil Sourdough Focaccia. I’ve not yet had better, more authentic Focaccia in Singapore - period.
Good on its own you can slice them up and toast before preparing a sun-dried tomato dip because focaccia and tomato paste are “food-match-made in heaven”.


Encouraged by the friendly boss at #YongHuatDelight, my favourite stall for made-to-order Hongkong-style Chee Cheong Fun, I decided to have mine customised with “char siew” and sweet corn today. The combo was a success. While the small pieces of sweetish roasted meat were soft and a little chewy, the crunchy corn kernels created a lovely contrast with the delicate, silky-smooth sheet of “cheong fun”.
I ate it only after I got home and even though it wasn’t piping hot by then, the texture and taste of the “cheong fun” stayed true. It helped that the light soya sauce was packed separately, so I poured it on just before tucking in.
Besides the tasty chilli sambal shown in my photo, you should also sprinkle some of the other condiment they provide - a simple but highly addictive “chye por” (preserved radish) mixed with a smattering of pounded chilli. Its savoury heat-laced crunch enlivens any food you add it too.
You can find “Yong Huat Delight” in the hawker centre at Blk. 50A Marine Terrace, unit 01-297.


This savoury yeast extract spread has truly transcended all age groups and cuisine as you can get it on toasts and even in pastas. At Firebake, you can certainly get a bake with Vegemite in the form of the Cheesymites, which are only available during the weekends. Each Cheesymite is made from a sourdough base that is layered with cheese and Vegemite before going into the woodfire. If you wish to get your hands on them, do pre-order beforehand on the weekdays and get them on one of the weekends as it is very limited in stock. To enquiry or order the bakes and other menu items, do WhatsApp the restaurant at 9784 2950 and enjoy free islandwide delivery if you order more than $80. There will be a delivery fee of $10 for orders below $80.
📍Firebake - Woodfired Bakehouse & Restaurant
237 East Coast Road, Singapore 428930