ABOUT HOKKAIDO MARCHE 

ABOUT

GOCHI

Gochi.png
Diners can look forward to a slice of Japan in the Central Business District area as Japanese premium gourmet space, GOCHI
 

Located at the bustling Capital Square on 23 Church Street, #01-02/08, GOCHI holds six different Japanese food concepts, ranging from Japanese heritage food brands to modern day treats.


Singaporeans 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.

GOCHI covers a sprawling 5,000 square feet, in the form of shop-in-shop concepts, allowing diners to move seamlessly from one food brand to the next within the venue. Each restaurant in GOCHI is decked out with wooden furnishings and warm lighting, making the dining experience a cosy, convivial and comfortable one.


Mr. Girish Tewani, Director & COO of Uptron (Pte) Ltd, the company behind GOCHI, said: “I am honoured and pleased to announce the opening of GOCHI today as we bring together six different popular Japanese brands under one roof right in the CBD area. We hope that everyone will enjoy the authentic Japanese cuisine at GOCHI, priced reasonably and in a great environment.”


“Uptron has enjoyed success with Morozoff and Suage’s entrance into Singapore and Southeast Asia in the last few years, and we are committed to expanding into F&B to bring even more new-to-market food concepts to Singapore in the future,” added Mr. Tewani.


A traditional sake barrel-breaking ceremony was performed at the media preview of GOCHI, which saw top management of the individual Japanese food brands and VIPs in attendance, including Mr. Pradeep Tewani, Group Chairman & CEO, Uptron Group of Companies.

IMG_20190613_140634.jpg