23 Serangoon Central
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Singapore 556083

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Couverture Chocolate ($2.20) (10 cents for byob)

I saw it on gokoku fridge when I went to buy national day seasonal bread previously. so the couverture chocolate outer flake was really crispy and crunchy (as the outer flake keep dropping on the bag) but inner chocolate filling was being hardened and not that sweet but a bit bitter aftertaste. They got other flavour variation such as vanilla cost ard $2.10

under national day seasonal bread.

Lemon Cream Melon Pan ($2.40)

taste like sour like cream cheese and drizzled with white sugar on the top of the bread but white sugar made the bread slightly hard a bit.

under national day seasonal bread.

Coconut Kaya Pan ($2.10)

kaya filling was not much tbh and really like fragrant fragrant crunchy coconut fillings on the top of the bread.

Lemon Cream Melon Pan ($2.40)

taste like sour like cream cheese and drizzled with white sugar on the top of the bread but white sugar made the bread slightly hard a bit.

Like the rest of Gokoku’s mochi mochi buns, this bread is characteristically chewy, but not exactly mochi. I like how the bun is largely plain yet tasty, with faint bursts of sweetness from the bits of figs.

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Anyone who loves matcha must try this. Like the regular shichifuku bun, this is a chewy springy bun with grains in it, but elevated with the earthy taste of matcha infused into the dough. It’s not sweet, and neither is it bitter. It’s huge, but not overly filling, and tastes healthy as it doesn’t have any unhealthy fillings in it. One of the best matcha buns around.

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I’m not sure how this bread is more “mochi” than the other Gokoku buns. It has the distinctive Gokoku chewiness, but so do the other Gokoku buns. I like the chewiness, and I loved how every bite of bun came with a few pieces of juicy cranberries. It’s great both at room temperature and toasted.

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