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Break­ing bread

While the res­tau­rant proper opens at 6pm, head down at 5pm if you only want the sour­dough – that’s when they’re hot from the oven.

237 East Coast Rd (6440 1228, face­­bakesg). Eunos. Tue-Fri 6-10pm; Sat & Sun 11.30am2.30pm, 6-10pm. The aroma of freshly baked sour­dough breads and meats grilled on cast iron stoves wafts through the open-air res­tau­rant that’s still com­fort­ably air­con­di­tioned. Watch cars cruise down East Coast Road as you tuck into dishes like the de­li­ciously creamy four-spice chicken liver pate ($12) and Nor­we­gian blue mus­sels ($25) cooked in a hoppy lager with spicy chorizo, both best served with a side of Firebake’s home­made bread. There are four types to choose from: white, whole­meal, rye and fruit, and each is baked in its hand-built, wood-fired ovens that you’ll find in the heart of the res­tau­rant.

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