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Supernormal Canteen Open Grand Final Weekend

Supernormal Canteen is open the following hours on Grand Final weekend:

Friday 28th of September from 12.00pm -  11.00pm

Saturday 29th September from 5.00pm - 11.00pm

Sunday 30th Septemver from 12.00pm -  11.00pm

Chotto x Supernormal Canteen

We're celebrating the launch of the Tokyo Local cook book with a Chotto takeover

Brendan & Caryn Liew will bring their kappo & kaiseki-inspired dinner menu to the Canteen kitchen on September 24th.

It's a homecoming for chef Brendan who worked in the kitchen when it was Golden Fields.

Tickets are $85 and available to book here

 

Tokyo Local

Written by Brendan & Caryn Liew, Tokyo Local is part cook book, part culinary journey through Japan's kooky capital. 

Brendan and Caryn Liew have been industry favrourites since they opened their cult Fitzroy cafe chotto in 2016. chotto, which means briefly or for a short time only in Japanese, was always intended to be a temporary experiment. The cafe brought ryokan-style breakfast and later a kappo & kaiseki-influenced dinner menu to Melbourne.

Head Chef Brendan spent time at the three Michelin-starred Nihonryori Ryugin in Roppongi (Tokyo) and Hong Kong. He also studied the art of ramen-making in Japan prior to focusing on kappo and modern kaiseki cuisine. In Melbourne, he has worked at hatted establishments including Ides, Kappo, Supernormal, Golden Fields and Bistro Vue. Brendan currently works at Minamishima.

Caryn was the 'okami' (proprietress) at chotto. Together, Brendan and Caryn have travelled extensively to Japan's major cities and countryside, to explore, learn and live Japan's cuisine and culture.

Supernormal Canteen Now Open for Sunday Lunch

Supernormal Canteen will open for lunch on Sundays from Sunday 10th June 2018.

Open from 12.00pm until late, we'll be serving our full à la carte and family banquet menus.

Canteen St Kilda Now Open!

Supernormal Canteen is now open in St Kilda. No carbon copy of its big city sister, this is Supernormal Tokyo-style: faster, louder and livelier. A smoking yakitori at the central bar informs a playful menu comprising of new dishes as well as some old favourites.

This is Supernormal, but not as you know it.