Britain's first calorie neutral restaurant, Steam, now open

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Love eating-out but worried about your waistline? New pop-up Steam could be the answer to your prayers

A pop-up restaurant in London's Covent Garden is making a bold claim: to serve up a feast whilst promising that diners will leave the restaurant having burnt off every single little calorie.

Usually, all that's served between courses in restaurants is slimy sorbet and a good helping of dinner table chat but Steam is different. Connoisseurs are invited to partake in stretching classes to aid digestion, to complete dining workouts and to sit on vibrating seat pads to encourage those pesky calories to disappear.

Fancy a star-jump with your steak? A press-up with your pudding? Check out this image to see how to concept will work...



To answer the concerns of those worried about eating hot thin-air, Steam have hired chef Frederick Forster of The Boundary to whip up a taste-bud tingling menu worthy of the workout. Juicy scallops, bold chorizo and beef fillet are all on the menu and there's even a dessert of banana cake with confit pineapple and crème chantilly. The healthy twist? Each dish is cooked using only steam, so no greasy oils or calorific fats have to be added to the food.

The pop-up comes courtesy of Miele, the high-tech kitchen equipment makers, who are promoting their range of steam-cooking appliances.

Steam opens on 13 March for one day only with four 90-minute seatings commencing at 12:00, 12:30, 18:30 and 19:00.

Do you think the calorie-neutral concept will catch on? Will you be going to Steam?

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