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1 Raffles Place
#B1-30 One Raffles Place
Singapore 048616

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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($10.80) Well-marinated pork collar on rice, especially when well mixed with the onsen egg and seaweed. They provide a good range of sauces to change up the flavour of the bowl as there is only a small amount of the base sauce.

I absolutely love it. Right balance of fat and meat. So yummy that I had this two days in a row for lunch.

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On the topic of comfort foods, it is indisputable that every one of us has an subconscious inclination towards the orient, be it expressing it through loud slurps of noodles with soup, or simply a humble bowl of rice with familiar condiments just as tens of generations before us came to honor. These days of course, with globalisation and access to a kaleidoscopic array of cultures at one’s grasp, the humility of rice bowls have become an elevated culture in its own right. A quiet little diner situated in the basement of Raffles Xchange, Gochi-So Shokudo serves their rice bowls topped with generous portions of Ibérico pork, onsen (water bath) egg, shavings of nori (seaweed), and spring onions. In layman terms, Ibérico pork meat could be compared in similarity to Wagyu beef, both of course, possessing a higher fat content and fat that actually runs within the very muscle of the animal itself. Gochi-So Shokudo serves their rice bowls topped with Ibérico pork at a rather generous price, giving you your money’s worth for a solid bowl of donburi. Their Pork Belly Don ($10) is nothing but goodness, with thin but flavourful strips of Ibérico pork belly. Finally, top it up with their condiments and sauces on-the-house such as Japanese BBQ sauce or their Stamina Garlic Sauce (highly recommend this if you’re looking for that flavour punch and something to refresh you for the remainder of the day).

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