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E.P. & L.P. x Supernormal Canteen

West Hollywood is coming to St Kilda...

For one night only Grant Smillie (Ponyfish Island and Melbourne City Brewing Company) and David Combes (TRUNK) are bringing E.P. & L.P. their Los Angeles eatery to Supernormal Canteen.

Louis Tikaram (ex-Longrain) is head chef at E.P. & L.P. the two-story rooftop bar and restaurant that claims no regional barriers.

With E.P’s roots in the cuisines of Thailand, Vietnam and Fiji, together with Supernormal Canteen’s menu of Japanese, Szechuan and Korean influences, this take over will be a truly pan-Asian affair. A riot of colour, complex flavours and fun, bold dishes - think Fijian cerviche, Szechuan Dan Dan noodles and of course, the New England lobster roll will be making an appearance.

On Tuesday 17th of October The-Lou-Dogg and Supernormal Canteen head chef, Tim Goegan will collaborate on a six course set menu to be served amongst the smoke of the binchotan, with signature Supernormal Canteen and E.P. & L.P. cocktails, and tunes curated by Smillie himself.

A limited number of tickets are available to purchase here.

Supernormal Canteen Takes Over the Astor Theatre

The Astor Theatre is presenting a Sofia Coppola double feature at the end of the month, and Supernormal Canteen is taking over!

On Saturday September 30th you can watch 'The Beguiled' (the film that took out Cannes’ Best Director gong this year) and Coppola’s iconic & Academy-award winning 'Lost In Translation', back to back... plus get an excluisve menu item from Supernormal Canteen.

Modelled on Canteen’s signature peanut butter parfait with salted caramel & soft chocolate, we're creating some very special choc-tops. Think a waffle cone, filled with gooey parfait, doused in salted caramel and topped with roasted peanuts.

Book tickets now through the Astor Theatre.

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.