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@gochiso_shokudo is a chain of Japanese casual restaurants which specialises in Iberico pork.

Iberico pork comes from the black iberian pig which is native to Spain and Portugal. Their diet gives them a nutty flavour and their meat tend to have a higher fat content.

For the month of October, Gochi-So Shokudo was running a special promotion. For $9.80, you get an upsized iberico teriyaki don. For the price, you get a generous portion of soft tender sliced iberoco pork with onions and teriyaki sauce over rice with an onsen egg.

This is a simple, tasty and satisfying meal though I wish the sauce is milder so that you can better taste the pork!

Ordered the Bellota Loin Katsu ($17.80++) and it was pretty good! Topped up $5 for a salad and fried pork and was a really satisfying meal!

Surprisingly delicious. the salad portion was large and the green tea was good too!!

Can’t really tell what’s so special about the pork 🙈🙈🙈 but the tonkatsu was crispy and the curry flavourful. I liked that there was enough curry for all the rice.

not a pork lover but this was surprisingly impressive! the pork was really tender with a smoky charred flavour which i really liked! plus the sauce wasn’t too salty or overwhelming like at other places that i’ve tried. it’s a pity that the egg was overcooked and tasted cold 😣 guess i was just unlucky that day because i’ve seen so many photos of runny yolks!

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The Secreto Belly Don (S$13.80) was surprisingly good for me, considering the price point. In this bowl, there were five slices of the Secreto part of the pig, which was essentially described as the underside of the pig, just behind the forelegs, where it was hardly visible most of the time. Thus, this portion stood out in terms of its juiciness while also retaining a slight chew to it. And because it was grilled, the mild smokiness went quite nicely with the sauce.

And while pork jowl might be appealing, I thought the Secreto was more balanced in flavours.