What to try at Eatbox 2021
Eatbox is a fusion of a trendy pasar malam and food court - perfect for filling up your stomach and Instagram feed.
Eatbox, organised by the legendary pop-up creative market Artbox, opens its doors on Sep 3.
Located permanently at Tekka Place next to Rochor MRT, the two-storey Eatbox spans 9,500 sq ft and has indoor and outdoor seating areas.
It features 20 booths and four kiosks of different cuisines such as Malay, Japanese, Western and Korean food.
Some of the highlights are Satay Ummi, Okinawa Onigini, Soul Good Noodle Bar and Butcher The Burger Bar.
Satay Ummi’s unique way of preparing and presenting their satay has captured hearts in their previous pop-up stalls. Instead of grilling on a stick, their satay is pan-fried and served in a box.
They have chicken, mutton and beef satay. If you’re looking for something else, they also sell nasi lemak and otah otah.
Okinawa Onigiri sells nine types of onigiri, ebi fry, takoyaki and four different rice bowls. Their onigiri comes in the form of a sandwich, and has various ingredients and sauces wedged between rice and seaweed.
Soul Good Noodle Bar offers a range of instant noodles and ingredients for base, proteins and toppings that you can pick to create your own meal.
Apart from their DIY menu, you can also pick from their specially-curated Signature Menu with dishes like Jjajang Ramyeon with Grilled Chicken and Miso Soup Instant Noodles with Chicken Katsu – leaving you spoilt for choice.
Butcher the Burger Bar serves burgers, Swiss Rosti as well as fries and wings.
They have six types of burgers to choose from such as their signature Crispy Stack and Truffle Shuffle. Their burgers also have plant-based alternatives for those wanting to try vegan food.
SugaRush’s recipes and delicacies are created by students and alumni of Temasek Polytechnic. Many of their snacks come from the kitchens of Diploma in Culinary and Catering Management.
If you’re looking for local beverages, Tenft has kopi, teh and light bites such as you tiao with mua chi. Similarly, Wai has traditional classics such as red bean soup and peach gum tong shui.
As vendors are given the flexibility of taking on short-term contracts, you can expect to have a change in the variety of food and beverages every few months.
Eatbox is more than just a place to enjoy local and international delights – you can also glam up your Instagram feed with their wall murals that were created in collaboration with local artists.