1 Kim Seng Promenade
#B1-136 Great World
Singapore 237994

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10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

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Feel like a kid in a toy stall on Christmas eve.

Every Bread looks so good. Maybe becoz I am sick of seeing the same breads in all those bakery chains all over Singapore.

So spoilt for choices, I end up taking all those that I can't leave without.

Bread shops were competitive at the basement of Great World. Among them, Gokoku Shichifuku was a brand that was brought in by RE&S Group (the same group that owned Ichiban Boshi). With a wide selection of bread and baked buns with fillings, bread lovers would find it difficult not to take a second look, especially when they could earn loyalty e-stamps with every S$20.00 spent.

Of course, the Signature Hokkaido Red Bean Anpan (S$2.40) was a mandatory purchase for me because the red bean paste was perfectly sweet with many red beans that could be nibbled with every bite. What was surprisingly good was that the bread was also very soft and fluffy, so it would probably also be a hit among young children because they could also easily eat this bread. I mean, don’t we all reminisce a nice Anpan from a Japanese bakery during our childhood?


Tbh this tasted quite similar to pullman’s an pan on first bite, but with a bit more fragrant bread. Their red bean filling is great, it’s the Japanese bakery type of red bean filling (similar to what u get at other Japanese bakeries), I find that it tastes lighter compared to local bakeries, but still tasty.

Did a side by side comparison of this & pullman’s (just so happen to get both their an pans on the same day) and I think gokoku’s edges out pullman’s by a smalll margin but both are great! This is $2.40 while pullman’s is $1.30 so I guess it rly depends on whether you’re willing to pay a $0.90 premium or not + convenience.

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This was soft and moist and chewy, with crunchy fig bits interspersed within the bun which provided a nice natural sweetness. Enjoyed this very much!

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Actually I think I’ve reviewed this before. Anyway it was yummmmy the earl grey flavour is pretty pronounced, I don't find it dry at all but I do admit that it can feel a bit floury. But still I have tried this at least twice and I think it’s worth a buy.

This was soft and v chewy, there's a roasty flavour and tastes quite clean and healthy! Visually you can see some flaxseeds dispersed within the dough. I ate it on its own bc its nice enough but I think pairing it with butter/jam would be great as well!