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
• 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).