Ever wanted to experience what Calorie Neutral dining is all about? Here’s your chance. For one day only, Steam – a pop up Calorie-Neutral restaurant will open in Convent gardens in celebration of Miele’s steam-cooking appliances. Steam is all about proving that steamed foods can be healthy and have flavour as well.
Meals will include healthy dishes such as scallop and chorizo brouchette with cucumber and ginger dressing; beef fillet with beansprout salad; quail egg cocotte with mushroom and leek fondue among others prepared by national chef of the year, Frederick Forster using Miele steam ovens.
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Why’s the dining experience calorie neutral? Well, dinners will take part in stretching exercises to aid digestion, and dining workouts whilst sitting on vibrating seatpads to burn off any calories they consume.
Working out to burn off the calories right after consuming it in the restaurant isn’t something you hear about everyday so if Calorie Neutral dining is something you’d like to try, this is your chance.
Steam will be opened tomorrow at 5 – 7 Grape Street, Covent Garden, with four 90-minute seatings commencing at 12:00, 12:30, 18:30 and 19:00. To apply for tickets, contact firstname.lastname@example.org