Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen

Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen is a new cluster of Japanese restaurants and food outlets that has recently opened at Capital Square along Church Street. It is made up of six f & b outlets: Unaemon unagi restaurant, Chojiro conveyor belt sushi restaurant, Paletas frozen fruit bars, Pronto Caffe and Bar, Suage Hokkaido Soup Curry and Morozoft confectionery.

Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen

Unaemon

Unaemon is a unagi specialty restaurant from Yokohama. We have not tried this restaurant but according to a TODAY article, the restaurant uses a 147 year old secret sauce. Their outlet at Gochi Singapore is their first outside Japan. Here some pictures of the Unaeman Singapore menu.

Unaemon
#01-08 Capital Square
Open :11.30am to 3pm & 5pm to 11pm

Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen
Unaemon, Capital Square
Unaemon, Singapore Menu
Unaemon, Capital Square Menu

Chojiro Sushi


For us, the most interesting restaurant at Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen is Chojiro Sushi. It is an outlet opened by a conveyor belt sushi restaurant based in Osaka. The seafood is apparently supplied daily from Japan to Singapore. For those who avoid raw fish, they also have some cooked dishes like tempura. We tried a couple of dishes and thought that it was a good revolving sushi place. Read more.

Chojiro
#01-04/05 Capital Square
Open daily 11.30am to 3pm, and 5pm to 11pm. 

Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen

Pronto Caffe and Bar

Pronto is the largest restaurant at Gochi Church Street Singapore. It is a good looking restaurant but the food selection is quite limited – serving mainly pasta and salad items. It is a nice drinking place with attractive happy hour prices. Unfortunately we were not there at the right time, but we did try a couple of pasta dishes. Read more.

Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen
Pronto Caffe and Bar

Paletas

Paletas is probably the outlet that sells the most attractive food at the Gochi Church Street. It is a kiosk that specialises in colourful popsicles, described as frozen fruit bars that contain fresh fruits harvested in season. We tried the matcha chestnut ($6) and lemon ginger ($5.5). They were quite pricey – but looked and tasted really good.

Paletas
01-06A Capital Square
Tel: 6226-1278. Open daily 11.30am to 9pm.
Website

Paletas Singapore
Matcha chestnut $6, Lemon ginger $5.5 popsicles from Paletas

Morozoff

Morozoff is a type of shop that everyone loves. This Japanese confectionery shop sells fine chocolates, cookies and cream cheesecakes. This is not their first store in Singapore. Their other outlets are in Westgate and Plaza Singapura and a cafe in Jewel Changi Airport.

#01-06B Capital Square

​Open: Monday – Sunday 11.30am – 9pm

Website

Morozoff Capital Square

Suage Express

Suage is a soup curry restaurant from Sapporo, Japan. They currently have three Japan outlets in Sapporo and overseas outlets in Singapore. In addition to the Capital Square outlet, their other stores are in Capitol Piazza and Jewel Changi (read about our visit to Suage at Capitol Piazza).

#01-02/08 Capital Square
Website

Suage, Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen

Gochi Church Street Japan Kitchen
Capital Square, 23 Church St, Singapore 049481.

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