Discover Food From SG, Indonesia And HK At Eatbox 2020 From 21 – 23 Feb & 28 – 1 March

Everyone knows about Artbox, but maybe not Eatbox. Eatbox is a food initiative by Artbox, and it made its inaugural debut in 2019. The highly-anticipated event has returned to Singapore this year, and now it’s bigger and better, with more stalls featuring dishes from Singapore, Indonesia and Hong Kong.

Eatbox will be held at Downtown East, the same location as last year, over the course of two weekends. Visit this event from 21 to 23 February 2020 and 28 February to 1 March 2020, from 3pm – 11pm. Admission is free!

Before you go, you might want to take note of some key stalls to visit, so here’s a list of unique vendors that are selling their one-of-a-kind dishes for this event!

1. Sin福

Sin福 is a relatively young business started in 2019, but they’ve already participated in many events, including Artbox 2019. They specialise in bowls of cold soba with sides that will certainly make you feel sinful.

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Some of these dishes include Cold Soba with Sriracha Soft Chell Crab (S$10), Cold Soba with Mentaiko Chicken Karaage (S$8), Cold Soba with Grilled Beef (S$10) and other a la carte items as well. You can even choose between truffle or spicy for your soba sauce.

Sin福 doesn’t have a physical store, so this is your chance to try out their soba concoctions for yourself.

2. Krumbz N Kraves

After the popularity it garnered at Eatbox 2019, Krumbz N Kraves is making its return here in 2020, and they’ve added even more sauces to their repertoire.

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They are known for their grilled Argentina Squid and Shilin Chicken, both of which are very fresh and served in generous portions. For this year’s Eatbox, they are even introducing new sauces to their classic dishes like salted egg and szechuan.

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Apart from their food, they also serve huge drinks like the Teh Talaq and Green Tea, which are refreshing and good for quenching the burn from their spicy sauces.

3. Sofnade

Juggling too many plates while walking around Eatbox? Sofnade has come up with a solution—Bucket Food.

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Their dishes are served in an adorable little clear bucket, so you can see what you’re eating and have it on the go while you explore the rest of the event. Some of their signature dishes include Meatballs In A Bucket, Aglio Olio with Turkey and Mushrooms, and even Chicken Nasi Lemak. Sofnade also doesn’t have a physical store, so make you visit them at Eatbox to experience their novelty bucket food.

4. Bara Food SG

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If you’re a sucker for Indonesian food, definitely visit Bara Food. They specialise in Grilled Indonesian Rice, which comes with a generous serving of rice wrapped in a banana leaf, a choice of chicken grilled in different ways (Javanese Style, Basil Leaves Style, Balinese Style), and a healthy portion of fresh vegetables.

5. Beef Bro Singapore

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Beef Bro SG is another vendor you shouldn’t miss out, especially if you’re a fan of beef. This store serves Mentaiko Beef Sandwiches, Garlic Butter Lobsters and loads of other freshly grilled dishes that will certainly leave you wanting more.


Head down to Eatbox yourself to experience these authentic Singaporean, Indonesian and Hong Kong fare!

Dates & Times: 3pm – 11pm (21 to 23 February and 28 February to 1 March 2020) @ Downtown East 

Price: TBC 

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Eatbox

1 Pasir Ris Close, Downtown East D'Marquee, Open Plaza 1 & 2, Singapore 519599

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Eatbox

1 Pasir Ris Close, Downtown East D'Marquee, Open Plaza 1 & 2, Singapore 519599

Operating Hours: 3pm - 11pm (21 to 23 February & 28 February to 1 March 2020)

Operating Hours: 3pm - 11pm (21 to 23 February & 28 February to 1 March 2020)
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