Rising above Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, Guoco Tower (formerly known as “Tanjong Pagar Centre”) is where you can find international dishes from Spanish Paella, Korean Soontofu, Japanese Tonkotsu Ramen, to inexpensive classic Italian Pasta.
The good news: Guoco Tower offers a consolidated food delivery service via GrabFood so you can enjoy delicious and healthy meals safely and conveniently.
Participating F&B tenants include Aburi-EN, Ah Lock, Chalong, Choco Express, City Hotpot, Crave, Guzman y Gomez, Imakatsu, Imperial Treasure, IndoChili, JAPAN RAIL CAFE, Kipos, Kiwami, La Mensa, Makai Poké, Proofer Boulangerie, Pura Brasa, Randy Indulgence Acai Bar, Real Thai, SBCD Korean Tofu House, Souperstar, The Daily Cut, Ya Lor, and Yu Tang Clan.
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Guoco Tower #01-16
For authentic Spanish food lovers, wood charcoal-grill resto Pura Brasa began in Barcelona and is created by Josper – the renowned international brand of charcoal ovens.
The flagship restaurant at Guoco Tower is the brand’s first and only outlet in Asia.
No wonder the wide variety of dishes in its menu is all about original recipes and sumptuous grilled dishes. From tapas to salads, from burgers to fish and meat, discover the characteristic flavour of grilled cooking with light smokiness.
Vegetarian dishes and set menus for families and group are also available.
Go For The Charcoal Seafood Paella and Grilled Octopus Leg
This iconic Spanish dish of Charcoal Seafood Paella ($58.85 for 3-4 pax) is topped with Australian mussels and tiger prawns grilled using the signature Josper oven.
The paella base combines rice grains and prawns with aromatics like garlic, onion, red capsicum and seasoned with tomato, and olive oil.
Together, they are added to a flavourful prawn stock to simmer until the rice is cooked.
Complement your food with Grilled Octopus Leg ($38.52), made with a large and tender octopus leg marinated in olive oil and garlic.
Also grilled over charcoals in the Josper oven, the leg’s outer part turns smoky charred and a bit crispy. Served with a potato truffle puree for added aroma and a dash of smoked paprika powder.
Spanish Omelette ($17.12), Grilled Chicken Wings ($19.26 for 4 pcs), Prawn Casserole ($21.40), Spanish Charcoal Fideua ($26.75), Homemade Spanish Croquettes ($12.84), Big Charcoal Seafood Paella ($58.85 for 3-4 pax), Big Squid Ink Paella ($64.20 for 3-4 pax), Big Salmon Paella ($62.06 for 3-4 pax), Tagliatelle All’aglio ($24.61), Burrata Pizza ($23.54), Iberico Pizza ($25.68), Grilled Octopus Leg ($38.52), Grilled Iberico Pork Secreto ($32.10), Full portion of Spanish Pork Ribs ($48.15), Set for 2 pax ($95.10), Set for 4 pax ($171), Special Tapas Set for 4-5 pax ($139).
SBCD Korean Tofu House
Guoco Tower #B1-01/02
Known for its traditional Korean stewed tofu or Soontofu (more commonly known as Sundubu Jjigae), SBCD Korean Tofu House offers a bevy of wholesome dishes and an organic tofu centric-menu.
As the brand’s flagship in Singapore, it is the first Korean restaurant on the island specialising in Soontofu.
Go for The Soontofu Soup And LA Galbi
This signature tofu stew features SBCD’s silky, melt-in-your-mouth soft tofu.
Hand-made fresh daily in the morning, SBCD tofu uses mature white soybeans specially imported from Paju, South Korea.
Fun fact: Due to its proximity to Korea’s Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), Paju produces the freshest-tasting produce due to the untouched nature.
Enjoy a combo meal of your choice of Soontofu Soup with their specialty LA Galbi aka Grilled Beef Short Ribs.
The LA Galbi is made with laterally sliced beef short ribs. Marinated in a special sauce and barbecued over charcoals, the meat develops an irresistible smoky flavour. For dine-in orders, the meat dish is served on a hot plate with hot stone rice and side dishes.
Spicy Pork Bento ($14.00), Bulgogi Bento ($14.00), Orange Chicken Bento ($14.00), Spicy Pork Combo ($25.60), Bulgogi Combo ($25.60), Orange Chicken Combo ($23.90).
Guoco Tower #B1-03
Craving for authentic yet reasonably priced Indonesian food? Order from IndoChili, a highly-rated family-friendly Indonesian Restaurant.
House specialties are as diverse as the Indonesian culture, offering Java, Padang, and Bali dishes. Pastes and spices are made from scratch.
They do not use MSG and all dishes are based on traditional family recipes. Only the right amount of herbs, pastes and spices are used for more authentic flavours.
Go For The Fried Chicken Set and Nasi Kuning Rendang Set
Take comfort in IndoChili’s Fried Chicken Set ($12.86) cooked “Ayam Penyet” style, an East Javanese dish of fried chicken leg and thigh smashed ‘til soft and served with fried tofu blocks, coconut veggies, sliced cucumber, tomatoes, lettuce, keropuk and sambal.
If you fancy beef, try the Nasi Kuning Rendang Set ($19.26) featuring a mix of Indonesian stewed beef, yellow rice, egg omelette, stir-fried long beans cooked in shrimp chili paste, cucumber, tomato and lettuce.
Enjoy the dish with begedil (deep-fried potato patty), pickled veggies, keropuk and not forgetting the power sambal.
Fried Chicken Set ($12.86), Nasi Kuning Rendang Set ($19.26), Nasi Kuning Sate Set ($19.26), Seafood Fried Rice Set ($12.86), Soy Chicken Set ($8.56).
Guoco Tower #B2-10
Get your comforting bowl of ramen from Kiwami, a popular ramen and gyoza bar that uses only quality ingredients.
It takes pride in its Original Tonkotsu, laboriously simmered over 10 hours using 100% Japanese pork bones. This broth, brimming with umami flavour, forms the perfect base for its ramen dishes.
For meat, they offer no less than Japan’s No. 1 beef – A4/A5-grade Miyazaki wagyu in selected dishes. Seafood is sourced from Hokkaido, while fresh eggs are imported from Okinawa. Ramen noodles are crafted from Hokkaido wheat using an original recipe.
Go For The Premium Black Tonkotsu Ramen and Beef Cube Steak Fried Rice
Taste the recommended Premium Black Tonkotsu Ramen ($15.84), made with the original pork bone broth.
The Hokkaido wheat ramen noodles are topped with tender slices of cha shu cut of toroniku (pork cheek).
Infused with roasted black garlic oil for an alluring aroma, this ramen is topped with toasted garlic chips for that extra crunch.
If you prefer a rice dish, try their Beef Cube Steak Fried Rice ($13.70). Wok-fried with Japanese egg over high heat, the tossed rice is flanked with premium beef sautéed in oil and caramelised onions and served topped with crisp garlic chips.
Kiwami Tonkotsu Ramen ($11.56), Premium Red Tonkotsu Ramen ($15.84), Premium Black Tonkotsu Ramen ($15.84), Hokkaido Ebi Tonkotsu Tsuke-men ($14.77), Hokkaido Snow Crab Fried Rice on Tonkotsu Gravy ($14.77), Tantan Mazesoba ($11.56), Buta Hoho Black Mazesoba ($14.77), Cha Shu Fried Rice ($9.42), Miyazaki Garlic Fried Rice ($13.70), Beef Cube Steak Fried Rice ($13.70), Cheese Teppan Fondue Gyoza ($8.35), Hokkaido Organic Potato ($5.14), Grilled Gyoza Pork Dumplings ($6.21 for 5 pcs), Tebasaki Chicken Wings ($6.21 for 4 pieces).
Guoco Tower #B2-15
La Mensa (Italian for “The Canteen”), newly opened next to The Daily Cut, serves up simple pastas done right.
Here, pasta and sauces are only cooked upon order. Freshness trumps the limited number of ingredients used in the dishes.
If you love classic Italian pasta, La Mensa is for you because they are all priced affordably.
Go For The Ragù Alla Bolognese and Carbonara
Start off with a bowl of Ragù Alla Bolognese ($15.00), tossing wide al dente egg pappardelle in a tomato and beef sauce.
Decked with carrots, leeks and onions, the sauce develops a mild sweetness. A sprinkling of chopped Italian parsley adds freshness, while a splash of red wine creates a depth in flavour.
La Mensa’s version of the much-loved Carbonara ($13.50) is more traditional as it uses egg yolks instead of cream.
And instead of bacon, you get crispy-chewy bits of guanciale (salt-cured pork jowl). Strands of tagliatelle are wrapped in a silky creamy egg sauce, seasoned with ground black pepper and pecorino cheese.
Broccolini ($7.50), Polpette ($12), Burratina ($13.50), Impepata Di Cozze ($12), Insalata ($4.50), Calamari ($9), Aglio e Olio ($13.50), Alle Vongole ($12), Ragù Lasagna ($15), Alfredo ($13.50), Mushroom Risotto ($12), Carbonara ($13.50), Frutti di Mare with Squid Ink Spaghetti ($16.50), Pesto di Noce ($12.00), Ragù Alla Bolognese ($15).
Guoco Tower #B2-19
Kipos Gourmet offers an extensive menu of healthy dishes delicious enough like ‘regular’ food. They have thoughtfully designed their meals to make you feel like cheat day every day.
You can find specially developed protein bowls suited for your specific diet. Whether you follow a keto, paleo, vegan, or other diets, you’ll faithfully stay on it at Kipos Gourmet. #lifestylegoals
To address nutrient goals, all dressings are made in-house. From their truffle shoyu, spicy mayo, roasted sesame, wasabi ponzu, chipotle down to even the mala.
Go for The Grain Bowl And Lo-Cal Chicken Rice
Power up with the Grain Bowl made with brown rice ($12.90). This fibre-rich grain is topped with diced sous vide chicken breast, coupled with assorted veggies: purple & green cabbage, spinach, carrot, edamame, beetroot, kailan, seaweed salad.
Binding them all is roasted sesame dressing and a sprinkle of roasted almond and sesame seeds.
Counting your calorie intake? Go for the Lo-Cal Chicken Rice ($8.60). Still with brown rice, this dish includes a free-range chicken breast fillet – fresh, not frozen.
Cooked sous vide style for maximum tenderness, the chicken is served with homemade chilli, julienned carrot, and mixed greens.
Lo-Cal Chicken Rice ($8.60), Keto Bowl ($15.00), Grain Bowl ($12.90), Quinoa Lemak ($8.60), Vegan Bowl ($10.70), Paleo Bowl ($12.90), Gluten-free Bowl ($15.00), Chic-Quorn Rice ($10.70), Buddha Bowl ($10.70), Organic Ice Tea ($3.30).
Guoco Tower #B1-08
Take a virtual dive into the ocean and taste its bountiful seafood harvest at Makai Poké. Inspired from the Hawaiian word “Makai”, ie “towards the ocean”, Makai Poké is an ocean-to-bowl type of seafood place.
They serve poké sourced from the highest grade sustainably-caught fish. Not only will they taste fresh, but will make you feel good for helping the environment.
Makai Poké keeps it simple and fuss-free, focusing on freshness with their sashimi-grade fishes and vegetables.
Go for The Yuzu Passionfruit Ahi Tuna Poké Bowl
Try their Yuzu Passionfruit Ahi Tuna Poké Bowl ($9.90), served with cubes of fresh ahi tuna as the main protein. Joining in for support are cuts of fresh pineapple, Japanese cucumber, shredded carrots, corn kernels, tomato salsa, microgreens, and pumpkin seeds.
A burst of sparkling acidity cuts through the bed of ingredients, thanks to the mix of yuzu and passionfruit in the in-house sauce.
Made from scratch, the sauce even reveals yuzu pulp and passionfruit seeds.
If you prefer a creamier sauce, choose the light mayo base. Or you can go for the light shoyu base or try salmon instead of tuna.
Makai Grilled Salmon Trout Poké Bowl, Makai Original Shoyu Salmon Poké Bowl, Roasted Sesame Ahi Tuna Poké Bowl, Seared Scallop Poké Bowl, Spicy Salmon Poké Bowl, Vegetarian Tofu Sesame Poké Bowl, Yuzu Passionfruit Soy Ahi Tuna Poké Bowl (All $9.90 each)
Randy Indulgence Acai Bar
Guoco Tower #B1-10
Randy Indulgence Acai Bar offers its line-up of visually-appealing acai bowls. They only use organic acai which is blended in-house daily in small batches to keep it fresh.
Putting together fresh fruits, nut butters, assorted nuts and seeds, and even basil seed pudding, Randy Indulgence provides you with fresh and flavourful options.
Enjoy these nutritious acai bowls as a meal on its own, a meal replacement, or make it your colourful dessert.
Go For The Signature Shiok Acai Bowl And Fruity Acai Bowl
Highly recommended is the Signature Shiok Acai Bowl ($14.90) showcasing their large bowl containing organic and freshly-blended acai with no added sugar.
You can find a combination of fruits (banana, grapes, mango, kiwi), nuts (peanuts, walnut, almond flakes), and seeds (pumpkin seed, flaxseed). It also has seasonal fruits, granola, coconut flakes, and a basil seed pudding.
If a large bowl sounds too heavy for you, order the Fruity Acai Bowl ($9.90). A medium bowl comes with a medley of fruits – banana, strawberries, blueberries, passion fruit, grapes, side-by-side with granola and coconut flakes.
Signature SHIOK Acai Bowl ($14.90), Hawaiian Acai Bowl ($11.90), Fruity Acai Bowl ($9.90), Protein Acai Bowl ($9.90), Smoothies and Ready-to-Eat Acai Pints.
Guoco Tower #B2-32
If you love Sean Kee Duck Rice from Geylang Lorong 35, they have opened an eatery called Ya Lor at the air-conditioned basement 2 of Guoco Tower.
If you like your rice with a lot of lor aka dark braised sauce, then you would probably enjoy this Ya Lor’s take which is slightly on the sweetish side and sufficiently coats up most of the grains.
Go For The Signature Braised Duck Rice
The best-selling Original Sean Kee boneless braised duck rice comes with succulent duck meat, bean sprouts, braised peanuts, half a braised egg and braised beancurd.
Signature Braised Duck Rice ($7.10 for 1 pax), Braised Duck Platter ($50 good for 2 – 4 pax, $78 good for 4 – 8 pax)
Yu Tang Clan
Guoco Tower #B2-01
What happens when you playfully combine Wu-Tang Clan, an American hip hop group, and the Chinese word for fish soup?
You get Yu Tang Clan, a specialist in King Mackerel, offering Teochew-style fish soup.
Yu Tang Clan takes the classic hawker dish and elevates it with fresh herbs and aromatic spices.
Get a selection of freshly-made soups made from mackerel fish and other ingredients. You can have fish soup that’s clear, milky or spicy.
Go For The Original Batang Sliced with Rice and Mala Batang Fried with Purple Wheat Noodle
Start off with the Original Batang Sliced with Rice ($9.50), made with the finest grade of sliced king mackerel, cubes of silken tofu, shimeji mushrooms, cherry tomato in a creamy broth.
The milk-less soup is naturally made creamy by simmering shark cartilage for hours to create the broth.
Feeling peckish but want it spicy? Order the Mala Batang Fried with Purple Wheat Noodle ($12.00). Not for the faint-hearted, the soup is made from mala paste to give that tongue-numbing effect.
Mala Batang Fried with Purple Wheat Noodle ($12.00), Miso Batang Mixed with Koka Noodle ($13.00), Original Batang Mixed with Rice ($11.50), Original Batang Sliced with Rice ($9.50), Tomyum Batang Fried with YeeMee ($12.00).
Guoco Tower x GrabFood Mix & Match Stores
Guoco Tower has partnered with GrabFood so that you are able to continue to order your favourite foods at Guoco Tower in one single order via their Mix & Match store.
All you need to do is to:
1. Launch the Grab app and click on the ‘Food’ icon
2. Search for ‘Guoco Tower’
3. Click on the Mix & Match store and start ordering. Enjoy!
* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Guoco Tower.