60 Springside Walk
#01-09 The Brooks I
Singapore 786020

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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Heyyy North-ies 🧭, another healthier option for you guys!😁 It’s wallet friendly too🥹

My third visit so far😜

Looks super healthy & bland BUT Looks 👀 can be deceiving😎 Every ingredient is well seasoned & flavourful👍🏻

For my own bowl 🍚, my go-to order would be Pearl Rice 🌾 + Quinoa (base), Grilled Rib-Eye (protein) with Sautéed Kale 🥬 & Sautéed Mushrooms🍄 (toppings)!

This time they ran out off kale 🥬 so I went with charred broccoli 🥦 but where’s the ‘char’🧐 it was more of boiled🤣 Nevertheless, it was still delicious;))

Do wish that there’s more quinoa though🥲 I lovee it so much but there was only about a spoonful 🥄🥹🥹

Hmmmm slightly disappointed with the inconsistency😔 The first time I had the steak 🥩, it was good!! It was juicy & can be easily swallowed 👄 However, the next few visits, though I opted for medium rare, the steak 🥩 was quite tough & dry which made my jaw tired of chewing😓😓

@boxfansg is a pretty & cosy space with pink chairs!!🪑

Really cute & sweet of the staff to label each bowl, with a smiley face🥰

Featuring 📸
~ Miso Salmon $10
~ Grilled Ribeye $12
~ Gong Bao Chicken $7
~ Har Cheong Gai Fried Rice

Not featured 📸
~ Crispy Tofu $6
~ Chicken Katsu $7

If you’re in the area, you can give @boxfansg a try!!👻


Have heard about Box饭 a while ago; being one of the eateries being situated at The Brooks I (the same building also houses Friends HK Cafe, Nicher etc.) just a short walk away from Springleaf MRT Station, the establishment is being run by chefs formerly from reputable establishments such as Raffles Hotel, and the now-defunct The Black Swan and The White Rabbit. Whilst the establishment may be more known for its rice bowl offerings considering the posts going around social media, Box饭 serves up more than just that — apart from their Build-Your-Own-Bowl options that also feature Garlic Fried Rice, Aglio Olio, Koka Noodles etc. apart from Pearl Rice as a choice of base, the menu also feature a light bites menu offering items that can be shared across the table; the Special Menu also sees items such as a Simply Mac & Cheese being listed as well. Beverage options are aplenty here — they do have a dedicated coffee menu, as well as a section featuring Tea Lattes; Boba Tea with Pearls, Fruit Tea, Smoothie and Fizzy Drinks (i.e. flavoured soda) and Hot Tea are also available as part of the non-alcoholic beverage menu here, while alcoholic options include Soju and beer.

We visited Box饭 after a workout and were pretty lazy to think about building our own bowl — found ourselves settling for the Har Cheong Gai Fried Rice from their Special Menu instead. The Har Cheong Gai Fried Rice is essentially just a combination of their Egg Fried Rice and Prawn Paste Chicken Chunks served in the same bowl — the former being an item that one can opt for in their Build Your Own Bowl menu though the latter is not featured in the same. Thought that they were really generous with the serving of the Egg Fried Rice here — definitely a little too much for us to finish individually if we were to be dining alone, though we really liked how the Egg Fried Rice was done here; coming with bits of egg that can be seen speckled throughout the fried rice, the fried rice was fragrant from all that egginess and was sufficiently savoury without being overly so. Using pearl rice, each grain is distinguishable from the other without being overly greasy as well — truly delightful that we finished more than what we had expected ourselves to consume given the portion size. The chunks of prawn paste chicken comes boneless here — a thoughtful touch for the convenience of the diners; liked how the chicken was tender and juicy inside, while the golden brown batter was light and crisp. The marination of the prawn paste was also on-point; each chunk carrying an umami note that is undeniably delicious.

Truth to be told, we were initially sceptical about Box饭 and its food — just not a fan of their flashy neon lighting and bright pink that just seemed a little overboard and “girly” in our opinion. That being said, we were glad that their food was able to change that impression — they were certainly able to deliver on their mission statement on provide restaurant quality food at a reasonable price. We were most impressed with the quality of their fried rice here, which even seemingly puts some of the hawker equivalents to shame. No doubt its location at The Brooks I is a bit of a challenge, but Box饭 is certainly a spot worthy of a visit for those within its vicinity even along the Thomson-East Coast Line for some well-executed Egg Fried Rice in an air-conditioned environment.