Kitchen Con­fi­dence New Bites

The Provi­dore Cook­ing Stu­dio has joined forces with Frog Michaels, au­thor of the pop­u­lar cook­book A Help­ing Hand: De­li­cious Recipes in English and Ta­ga­log, to cre­ate

Expat Living (Singapore) - - Wine & Dine -

• Newly opened Fire­bake on the East Coast is hand­craft­ing ar­ti­sanal sour­dough bread from or­ganic flour and yeast and bak­ing it in wood-fired brick ovens. You can also en­joy Euro­pean mains and sides like the Nor­we­gian blue mus­sels ($25) and four-spice chicken liver pâté ($12). 237 East Coast Road. • Af­ter more than a year of serv­ing burg­ers at Pasar­bella in Sun­tec City, Wolf Burger has launched its very first flag­ship store. Lo­cated on the first level of Changi City Point, the new diner of­fers cof­fees as well as its pop­u­lar burg­ers and milk­shakes. 5 Changi Busi­ness Park Cen­tral 1. Look out for our on­line re­view at ex­patliv­ing.sg! • Miche­lin-starred Tsuta Ra­men has opened a sec­ond out­let in Tai Seng, with menu items like shoyu soba ($15) and miso soba ($16). 18 Tai Seng Street, #01-01. • Restau­rant-bar Don Ho has opened along trendy Keong Saik Road, do­ing mod­ern Aus­tralian small plates such as roasted Ibérico pork jowl ($16) and crispy egg­plant ($10). #01-05 The Work­ing Capi­tol Build­ing, 1 Keong Saik Road. • Newly opened at 791 North Bridge Road be­side The Ra­men Stall is its sis­ter eatery The Dim Sum Place, a Can­tonese-style restau­rant with a lo­cal twist. Apart from crowd favourites like the molten salted egg cus­tard buns ($3.90), you can also ex­pect fusion dishes like ver­mi­celli roll with lamb ren­dang ($8.90).

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