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Jurong Point Has A Japanese Food Street With 11 Eateries—Gokoku Bakery, Yakiniku-GO And More

9th September 2022

Jurong Point has a Japanese food street

&joy japanese food street jurong point - signboard

If you’ve been to Jurong Point, you’ll know that this West-side mall is a massive, sprawling collection of entertainment, food, and shopping. Head down to Basement One, however, and you’ll find yourself transported to one of Japan’s famed shopping streets at the newly-relaunched &JOY Japanese Food Street

With 11 different concepts spanning sushi, yakiniku, bread, ramen, and more, it’s a one-stop foodie destination for Japanese food lovers both young and old. What’s more, all of these eateries are now running limited-time promotional deals from now till 18 September 2022!

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Head to Yakiniku-GO (#B1-55) for wallet-friendly grilled meats from just $3.50++. Whether you’re here with friends, or to dine solo, there are well-sized set meals and a la carte portions, with beef, chicken, and even seafood options.

yakiniku-go - a5 wagyu

If you’re looking to treat yourself, they’ve even got Wagyu A5 Miyazaki ($30.80++ for 100g) that melts in your mouth to buttery ends. Then, there’s their signature Yakiniku-GO Set (from $17.80++), which comes with beef tongue, short plate, and even a ribeye steak!

yakiniku-go - karubi set

For even better value, their Karubi Set (U.P. $15.80++) now comes with 200g of beef━double what you’d usually get, and at a discounted price of $10.80++ for a limited time

yakiniku-go - flames

The meats are served pre-sliced, with marbled fat that spits and sizzles on the grill. 

sushi-go - shinkansen

There’s also Sushi-GO (#B1-47/48), where you can choose from more than 150 types of sushi, sent to your table via mini bullet trains that look just like the Shinkansen in Japan!

sushi-go - flatlay go-series

In conjunction with the relaunch of the Japanese food street, get any item from their GO Series for just $3++, down from the usual price range of $3.50++ to $4++.

sushi-go - mentai sushi

There’s no limit to the number of dishes you can choose from this series, which includes the sushi joint’s second most popular item, Salmon-GO ($4++). For the mentaiko fans among us, there’s Mentai Mayo-GO ($3.50++) and Salmon Mentai-GO ($4++); you can even order their all-new Lobster Salad-GO ($4++) at this promotional price!

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If you’re looking for a quick and easy meal, get yourself a yakitori rice box from Wadori (#B1-49), where the skewers are grilled on-site.

wadori - combo box

Pick your own sticks to pair with a box of rice, or choose from one of their preset combos at $9.90, which includes rice, chawanmushi, and miso soup. 

wadori - ebi and gyoza

If you always find yourself topping up for more skewers with your rice boxes, you can now get two sticks of either Gyoza ($1.60 each) or Ebi Fry ($1.70 each) for just $1.40!

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Another casual dining option at Jurong Point’s Japanese food street is Idaten Udon (#B1-50), which serves udon and rice bowls that you can pair with freshly fried tempura. Usually priced between $1.70+ to $2.80+ a piece, you can now enjoy one tempura of your choice with any order of udon or rice bowl. These include Jumbo Kani Tempura, Potato Croquette, Enoki, Japanese Sweet Potato, Chicken Gyoza, and Ebi Katsu━all priced at $1.40+ each for the promo!

idaten udon - garlic chicken udon

If you aren’t a fan of the usual udon soup, give the Garlic Chicken Maze Udon ($9.90+) a try, and break the onsen egg served atop for extra richness. There’s also the all-time favourite Mentai Carbonara Udon ($11.90+), which you can have with prawns, or a chicken steak.

On the rice front, $9.50+ gets you a hearty serving of Beef Sukiyaki Don, that you can upsize for $3+ or zhng-up with an Ajitama Egg ($1.50+).

gokoku - storefront

Last but not least, round off your trip to this Japanese food street with the ever-popular Gokoku Japanese Bakery (#B1-79/82). Hailing from Kobe, Japan, Gokoku has been making hearty buns with high-quality ingredients since 1961.

gokoku - flatlay

The buns here are simple, but oh-so-good. Go for any of the top 10 bestsellers, which include Gokoku Shichifuku Pan, Malt Kurumi Pan, Mochi Mochi Cheese, and Signature Hokkaido Red Bean Anpan, to appreciate the textures and flavours of these bakes. 

gokoku - coronet display

In line with the relaunch of this Japanese food street at Jurong Point, the first 100 customers who spend $14 at Gokoku Japanese Bakery each day will get to redeem a free Jumbo Coronet (U.P. $2).

gokoku - coronet cross section

Do note that only the vanilla custard variant can be redeemed on this promotion. Take a bite, or slice into it, to reveal an airy pastry cone, filled with ultra-smooth, light custard.

&joy japanese food street jurong point - signboard 2

These offers are just the tip of the iceberg: head to the &JOY Japanese Food Street at Jurong Point to suss them out! Spend a minimum of $20 in a single receipt at any of the eateries here from now till 31 October 2022 for a chance in the lucky draw, and stand to win up to $888 in cash, Nintendo Switch Lite, and vouchers! Hurry down to eat your way through this food street and submit your entries through WooBox.

Find out more about &JOY Japanese Food Street here!

Address: 1 Jurong West Central 2, B1-49, Jurong Point Shopping Centre, Singapore 648886
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm

Photos taken by Melvin Mak.
This post was brought to you by &JOY.

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