Snippets: Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen | 6-in-1 Japanese Concept including Unaemon Unagi Specialty Restaurant
What’s buzzing? Meet Gochi, a new Japanese premium dining concept which opened at Capital Square along Church Street in the CBD last week. There are a total of 6 different Japanese concepts under one roof here.
What to expect? There are four new Japanese brands which made their debut here:
Chojiro: A conveyor belt sushi chain concept with more than 60 outlets in Japan. The fish and seafood is flown in daily from Japan.
Pronto: A casual Japanese-Italian fusion concept with more than 330 stores all over Japan. CBD folks can look forward to the lunch set which features pasta along with salad and drink.
Suage Express: Suage is Hokkaido’s No.1 Soup Curry brand and the concept at Gochi is more of a takeaway concept.
Unaemon: This unagi restaurant was established in Japan in 1950 and fresh eels are used here in Gochi. Nanatsuboshi rice from Hokkaido is served along with the charcoal-grilled unagi.
Morozoff: A confectionery brand from Japan, look out for the delicious cheesecakes on display at Gochi, where Singapore is the only country that sells Morozoff’s cheesecake outside of Japan.
Paletas: This is a frozen fruit bar concept that serves ice pops, and there is a Singapore exclusive flavour created here, the Singapore Sling.
23 Church Street
Daily: 11:3oam to 9pm
Ranted by The Ranter