Diners can look forward to a slice of Japan in the Central Business District area as Japanese premium gourmet space, Gochi has opened its doors to the public.
Located at the bustling Capital Square on 23 Church Street, Gochi houses six different Japanese food concepts, ranging from Japanese heritage food brands to modern day treats.
Diners can enjoy a wide range of delectable Japanese cuisine at the new venue, with four new-to-market Japanese brands making their local debut, namely conveyor-belt sushi chain Chojiro, Italian-Japanese fusion restaurant Pronto, unagi specialty restaurant Unaemon and frozen fruit bar Paletas.
The well-loved leading luxury Japanese confectionery and chocolatier, Morozoff, which has three other outlets in Singapore (Plaza Singapura, Westgate and Jewel Changi Airport), has also set up shop at Gochi, selling its range of fine chocolates, best-selling cookies and cream cheesecakes. Hokkaido’s No. 1 soup curry eatery, Suage, which has two restaurants located at Capitol Piazza and Jewel Changi Airport, has an express counter at Gochi to cater to the busy CBD lunch crowds.
Chicken Story promises a delightful, fun and delicious experience with their Chicken Bento Sets. Chicken flavours include Original, Soya Sauce, Ginger, Herbal and Roast Five Spice. Only whole chicken legs are used in their Bento Sets. Vegetarian options together with an array of side dishes are also available for your dining pleasure.
The NCO Club (known previously as the NAAFI Britannia Club) served as a vital social amenity for non-commissioned officers and their families since 1952. Gazetted alongside Blocks 1, 9 and 14 of the Beach Road Camp for conservation by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), it was one of the first modern architectural heritage buildings to be conserved in Singapore.
The NCO Club is a building that has been synonymous with the spirit of patriotism and nascent nationalism in Singapore bearing great historical, social and political significance as a place where generations of military servicemen congregated and interacted in an egalitarian, multi- ethnic setting. This was a significant milestone in Singapore’s colonial history.
Together, the four conservation buildings form a unique enclave that embodies different eras in Singapore’s history, expressed through their varied architecture. Like the conserved pre-war Tiong Bahru estate, Blocks 1, 9 and 14 reflect early Modernism with inflections of the Art Deco style. On the other hand, the NCO Club is characteristic of the more austere post-war Modernism and is one of the rare intact examples of modernist architectural heritage in Singapore. They are also representative of a milestone in Singapore’s conservation history where the buildings are neither part of a historic shop house district, nor individual monuments, but a cluster of historically and functionally-related institutional buildings.
Nestled in the lush enclave of Sunrise Terrace, the 3-storey Alana cluster homes offer landed-style living with condo facilities and 24-hour gated security. Enjoy generous living spaces of up to 3,000 sq ft, access to the tropical outdoors and individual pool decks.
The units at this Hawaii-inspired cluster development come in different configurations and all have frontage views of the gardens, an open-air roof terrace with trellises and two parking lots at the basement car park.
Hokkaido Marche, a Hokkaido-themed retail and dine-in space, is now open at Orchard Central.
With Hokkaido Gourmet Hall and Sushi Shiki Hanamaru Restaurant alongside 24-hour Don Don Donki Supermarket, diners and shoppers are presented with an immersive Hokkaido experience.
Get a taste of Hokkaido, famous for scenic splendour and magnificent food. With an exciting marketplace ambience, the Hokkaido Marche Gourmet Hall brings some of the best of Hokkaido to Singapore with seven self-service stations and one full-service dining concept.
Hokkaido needs no introduction to most Singaporeans. The ones who have not visited Japan’s second-largest and northernmost island for sightseeing or skiing, are familiar with Hokkaido specialties like donburi, nabe, ramen, creamy desserts and chocolate. The combination of soil and climate produce nutrient-rich crops and healthy livestock, making Hokkaido fare well loved in Japan as well as around the world.
Now, you can enjoy the home-grown products from Hokkaido’s favourite food stores without travelling to the towns of Sapporo, Hakodate or Asahikawa. Drop into Orchard Central for yummy donburi topped with fresh seafood or pork, curry rice, soba, udon and of course, the must-have ramen.
Gourmet Hall, which is a self-service restaurant concept features seven new dining names such as Dot Café & Bar, Kaisen Natsume, Donburi Maruya, Maruki, Yakitori Tsuyoshi, Shirakaba Sansou Ramen, Ajisai Ramen. Diners can also enjoy Yatai in the evenings.
To complete the feeling of dining in Hokkaido, the interior has been designed around the concept of a Japanese yatai (å±å°, open air food stands). For a sushi/sashimi treat, Sushi Shiki Hanamaru the standalone sushi restaurant is the place to indulge yourself. With a huge selection of reasonably priced dishes to pick from, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
At the Farmer’s Market & Pavilion, you can enjoy seasonable Hokkaido vegetables and fruits like potato, corn and melon, plus the incomparable seafood, beef and dairy products before you fill your shopping basket in the supermarket. Gather friends and family for a Japanese food fest, and make Hokkaido Marche your new favourite Japanese food haunt!!
All seven of the self-service stations at the Gourmet Hall are now open, while Sushi Shiki Hanamaru, the Sushi concept will open later this month.
Kampung Glam is now home to FOMO, a new hipster food court which houses 7 eateries all under one roof.
In synonymous with ‘fear of missing out’, FOMO desires to bring about a collective of various neighbourhood food kakis to satisfy any heart, soul of a true foodie.
Anchored in the heart of Kampong Glam, FOMO is a hip-styled food court which transports its patrons to feast on its unique experience for all senses. From a tropical-paradise themed ambience with Instagrammable facades, private courtyard, local and trendy affordable food choices, to craft beers and wine selections, FOMO is a vibrant destination to be at.
Platform M by Ministry of Food (MOF) is a one stop food station that creates a space, evoking memories of a colonial past. It is a themed foodhall reminiscent of a heritage railway station with decorative period elements and showcases 9 restaurant concepts with 1 fruit juice concept.
A melting pot of exciting Local Delights & Coffee, Cantonese Kitchen, Korean, Japanese, Western and Northern Chinese cuisine all located in a one-stop food station.
At Plaftorm M, you can enjoy food fare from MOF's 9 food concepts which are;
Savourworld is the ultimate foodie collective that brings together cuisines from all over the world. A never-ending food and beverage experience that lets you explore over 20 top restaurants and chill-out bars.
Savourworld is a celebration of the multi-faceted world of gastronomy and lifestyle. They aim to create a community which unites the very best of the culinary world with lifestyle activities, and to make it accessible to as large of an audience as possible. A joint- venture project between Asia's premier gourmet festival, SAVOUR Events and F&B and lifestyle industry expert, Revolver Asia.
âTwo industry leaders bring to the market Singapore’s first dedicated food and lifestyle destination integrated with food festivals and lifestyle events, bringing content to visitors all year round.
The sprawling 60,000 sq ft Savourworld, which is part of office building Ascent, is a mere three-minute walk from Kent Ridge MRT station.
Its 13,000 sq ft event hall which will be home to different monthly line-ups can fit up to 1,500 people. The space will debut with food and beer festival Oktoberfest in October.
Set amongst the verdant, tranquil surroundings of Loewen Cluster at Dempsey Hill, Tanderra offers a colonial inspired retreat from daily life for families in Singapore.
Their unique setting provides you with an escape to relax in and the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of activities, either together or individually whilst all being part of the wider Tanderra community.
Inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education, they believe children should lead their own educational journey. They support their learning through close collaboration between educators, parents and the wider community. Encourage children to discover and explore with natural and recycled materials in stunning environments. This brings out their creativity and encourages freedom of expression.
Their services encourages you to unearth your own thoughts, ideas and meanings as they interact with others within their community. Tanderra provides a wide range of opportunities for teenagers and adults to also be involved in the community, learning a new skill or enjoying a favourite pastime.