With over 20 booths, indulge in yummy food from different cuisines across the region.
Eatbox is returning this year in September, this time with a permanent location at Tekka Place right by Rochor MRT.
The creative food hall will span over 9,500 square feet and will feature over 20 booths and four kiosks with international cuisines and fusion fares.
It is organised by Invade, the creators behind Artbox Singapore and Shilin Night Market. The organisers are promising an “array of creative, innovative and interactive experiences” at Eatbox, it said in a press release on Thursday (Jul 1).
Notable F&B vendors such as Satay Ummi, Butcher the Burger and Okinawa Onigir will be part of Eatbox, bringing along “exciting new-to-market items”.
There will also be a halal Mookata available for dining in. A full list of vendors will be announced soon.
Kent Teo, Invade’s CEO, said: “2020 highlighted the need for innovative solutions to challenges and is why we have pivoted our pop-ups into a permanent space. There has been a rise in demand from consumers for newer, more different dining experiences.”
A hype zone showcasing creative murals created by local artists will also be introduced at Eatbox. Starting off with local talents Haha Hariz and Ella Zheng, the murals will be refreshed every six to eight months.
In an effort to empower local businesses, Invade will be collaborating with various partners, including Temasek Polytechnic, MC Payment, SEED Venture and retail industry expert Pow Lay Kuan to enhance the Eatbox experience.
Invade is also working on two additional mainstays: A thematic experience centre of over 6,000 square feet and a retail and recreational content space with over 4,300 square feet.
Admission to Eatbox will be free.
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