Steam Box makes it easy to enjoy a healthier reunion dinner

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    New dishes from Steam Box
    New dishes from Steam Box

    No idea what to do for your reunion dinner? Steam Box has just launched a few new dishes and will be open throughout Chinese New Year. Unlike the usual traditional steamboat reunion dinners, here you can enjoy a healthier alternative with Steam Box!

    What’s new on the menu?

    The new mainstays include Eight Treasures Porridge (S$16), which features a medley of pumpkin, sweet potato, red dates, water chestnut, shitake mushroom, corn, broccoli and carrot; while the Double Happiness Chicken Porridge (S$16) is a nourishing dish, filled with succulent chicken chunks and fresh mushroom. Together with the essence and juices collected from the fresh ingredients steamed above the plate, these new porridges are perfect to cap off the hearty meal.

    Eight Treasure porridge from Steam Box
    Eight Treasure porridge
    Scallop with cheese and bacon
    Scallop with cheese and bacon

    Equally enticing are the juicy and plump Phoenix Prawn (S$12.80) and Scallop with Cheese and Bacon (S$19.80), which will tantalise the taste buds of seafood lovers. The Sliced Smoked Duck (S$6.80) are flavourful and tender, and are bound to delight. Then, temper the meat indulgence with Stuffed Cabbage Rolls (S$6.80), which features minced pork, diced prawn, mushroom and water chestnut wrapped with soft and sweet cabbage. Filled with crab stick and bean vermicelli, the Vietnamese Crab Meat Rolls (S$6.80) promise an authentic taste. Finally, the Bacon-wrapped with Baby Potatoes (S$9.80) will certainly satisfy carb lovers.

    Traditional steamboats tend to leave an unctuous layer of fat and scum after protracted cooking —there is none of that at Steam Box. All the ingredients are brought to the table raw, then freshly steamed —not boiled— before your eyes using the innovative culinary technique of high-speed steaming.

    Steaming is one of the most iconic and traditional Chinese cooking techniques. Using steam cooking ensures that all the natural juices and nutrients of the ingredients are sealed in. In turn, the dishes boast a light yet robust flavour. Buoyed by this cooking technique, the restaurant can promise a healthy indulgence.

    What is special about Steam Box?

    Food is tradition, food is life. A dish, perfected by our ancestors, holds centuries of cherished memories. Each dish tells a beautiful story, one weaved by generations of gourmands.

    In today’s increasingly health-conscious world, traditional cuisines are seeing a resurgence. Cuisines that evoke nostalgia, steeped in simplicity and buoyed only by natural flavours. By going back to the roots of cooking, Steam Box promises a whole new dining experience replete with healthy and hearty cuisines that are bound to delight.

    Vietnamese crab meat rolls from Steam Box
    Vietnamese crab meat rolls
    Sliced smoked duck from Steam Box
    Sliced smoked duck

    The restaurant uses a high-speed steaming technology to cook a wide array of ingredients, from seafood to meat and dim sum. This sophisticated innovation has cut a swath in the food industry, and is a trusted tool for many top chefs in Hong Kong. The steaming process locks in the natural juices and nutrients of the ingredients, accentuating the final flavour of the dish. Delicate and gratifying, each dish excites with a light yet robust taste.

    Steam Box

    Address: 68 Serangoon Garden Way Singapore 555962
    Hours: 11am – 3pm ; 6pm – 11pm (Closed on Monday), Weekends: 11.30am – 11pm
    Phone: 6281 6939

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