Gokoku Japanese Bakery to open in Wisma Atria
Founded in 1961, Gokoku Japanese Bakery is a popular bakery that originates from Kobe. Good news for fans, the famed bakery is slated to open their eighth outlet in Singapore at Wisma Atria on 18 September 2023!
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With a wide selection of bakes to choose from, you might be faced with a dilemma when thinking of what to try. In such a case, we recommend their signature Gokoku Shichifuku Panis ($2.40). It’s made using a ton of healthier alternatives, such as brown rice flour, oatmeal, sunflower seeds, and soybeans. If you enjoy the textural contrast between soft and chewy, you’ll love this bread.
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Else, you can get their Jumbo Coronet ($2.10), which is said to sell like hotcakes. This pastry is packed with a rich custard and whipped cream, and dusted with powdered sugar.
There’s also the Fuji Apple & Caramel Kouign-Amann ($3.20), which comprises chunks of apple slices within, topped with sliced almonds and caramel icing glaze. Fans of apple pie will surely enjoy this treat.
Mochi bakes are a huge trend right now. Hop on the bandwagon with their Mochi Mochi Cheese ($2.80), a bun with milky cheese cubes hiding within. The savoury cheese is a good pairing with the sweetness of the bun, and this simple yet moreish flavour combo will keep you going back for more.
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While you’re there, be sure to take home a limited edition tote bag with a minimum spend of $20! This promotion will take place from 18 September to 22 September, and it will be limited to the first 80 customers per day.
For more fresh bakes, check out Bae.gal, a bagel kiosk run by the same team behind local bakery Swee Heng. Alternatively, head down to Brotherbird Bakehouse in Raffles City for freshly baked croissants.
Address: 435 Orchard Road, #B1-52A/53, 62/63 Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Gokoku Japanese Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.
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