Steam Box dining, Healthy Food Fun preparation

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Steam Box dining (蒸好食), love the Chinese name (which rhymes like 真好吃 ). No claypot, nor steamboat but Steam Box.

Steam Box’s “steam-potting” is a new concept in Singapore, and this is a trend from Hong Kong. The food are freshly steamed not boiled, and there is a pot of porridge below where all the essence (sauce) dripped into.

Kids busy eating, take note of the different colour plates, which indicate different “steaming” duration.
Steam Box dining

Order anything, everything. We heard the Eight Treasures porridge is popular, but we chose a safer option (less herbal) for the kids, seafood porridge. Dim sums are available too.

If in doubt, follow Chef’s recommendation.

Steam duration, go by the colour plates (refer first photo), set the timer. We were not sure how we should start first, but after one or two rounds, the kids took over the food steaming and ordering.

Before we forget, condiments and seasoning to suit every taste bud, unlimited serving 🙂

Endless activities, kids take turn to place the food inside the tray.

Sometimes we argue over what to cook first, a fun family cooking (I meant steaming) experience.

Every time the “timer” counts down, we would eagerly lift the lid for more delicious treats. The bacon is delightful, sweet and tender not greasy at all.

Because all the food are steamed, it is less oily and suitable for everyone in the family. We would strongly recommend the fresh seafood.

Juicy prawns are ready, guess who peeled for the lucky kids!

Mushrooms for the adults, yummy!

Steam Box venue is spacious and we were quite surprised that the steam did not stick to us. There is an overhead fan extracting excess steam.

Tuck in everyone, we love everything on our table 🙂

Where did all the essence go?

Video (Youtube link) : Check out the goodness under the lid 🙂

Our seafood porridge has been brewing slowly, richness from seafood, bacon harvested.

We enjoyed our sweet porridge and lunch 🙂
Thank you Steam Box for the Fun and Healthy dining.

Healthy food option, reasonable pricing and friendly staff, we can understand why Steam Box is popular with families.

For more Steam box dining options, do follow them on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates.

Phone : 6281 6939
Address : 68 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555962

T-Play at HometeamNS

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This is not Changi Airport, but an indoor playground in the West.
This is T-Play at HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok.

The Jumbo jet greeted us as we step into the playground during the Mar school holidays. There were many kids already running around and exploring the playground.

T-Play at HomeTeamNS’s tag line is “Fun in Motion“, and you will agree that the Transport- themed indoor playground will keeps kids moving along (literally).

Immigration counters, train cabin and Space shuttles!

Get ready your Passport and E-ticket to a world of fantasy and Fun (socks are needed)

A lot of tunnels for kids to hide.

Kids could not keep still, they can Run, Jump, Bounce non-stop.


Look outside and you can see real cars (L-plates) and a cute Hometeam-themed swimming pool (Police car, fireman etc)

Although T-play space might not look huge, but cleverly designed floorplan allowed us to maximise Fun, and kids got a lot of space to run around.

As kids stay mobile, parents can remain static at one corner with a sofa couch and enjoy some free time.

My kids loved this swing inside the train cabin, and could go endless rounds. Had to remind my kiddos not to do zipline or monkey-swings in our real MRT :p

Mini rock wall.

Video (link) : Catch the kids inside the Playground!

Who say T-Play is only for kids :p
T-Play has a poster somewhere “Adults friendly” (I am serious!), so parents can try the slides and obstacles too haha 🙂

The bigger “sister” (Admin) will entertain the kids by playing hide and seek or catching. At certain interval, they will organised games for the kids too.

Little ones can play with foams at this corner
T-Play at HometeamNS

T-Play indoor playground is very popular with families, especially during school holidays.

For more details about T-Play at HometeamNS, follow their Website and Facebook. Do refer to screenshot below for admission fees.

(image credit T-Play)

Opening hours :
Mon to Thu 1pm to 7pm
– Fri 1pm to 9pm
– Weekend and PH 10am to 9pm
– School Holidays 10am to 7pm

Address : 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7 S(659003)
Tel 6705 9494/95

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