Upper Serangoon Bakery Serves Superb Cinnamon Rolls & Seared Maguro Sandwiches
Three Nuts Baker is helmed by two ex-Spa Esprit Group chefs, who helped develop recipes for cafes like Common Man Coffee Roasters and Forty Hands.
Love the pastries at hip cafes like Common Man Coffee Roasters and Forty Hands? Chances are, the recipes were partly developed by pastry chef Sarah Chan, 35, who is now running her own bakery with husband Randy Ma, 35, also a chef.
Sarah worked in R&D for Spa Esprit Group’s F&B division, which owns concepts like Tippling Club as well as the cafes mentioned above. She met her husband, a senior chef de partie, when they were both working in the central kitchen for the restaurant group.
In February, the couple founded Three Nuts Baker, a mostly takeaway bakery in a condo complex at the junction of Yio Chu Kang Road and Kovan Road in Upper Serangoon. Though small, the cosy spot runs the full gamut, featuring savoury sandwiches, tarts, cupcakes and cookies as well as a decent beverage menu.
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