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Supernormal Canteen

Located in St Kilda, Supernormal Canteen is the relaxed, bayside diner by acclaimed Melbourne chef Andrew McConnell, and is open from 5:00pm, seven days a week. 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. The cuisine is a celebration of Andrew’s favourite dining experiences throughout Tokyo, Shanghai, Seoul and Hong Kong. The menu offers a wide range of Asian-inspired dishes made from local Australian produce, such as Corner Inlet squid with XO and saltbush, punchy Dan Dan noodles, and of course the famous must-try lobster roll. The restaurant is beautifully positioned overlooking Albert Park and houses a long open kitchen bar (perfect for solo diners or pairs), so you have a front-row seat to all the action on the hibachi grills. Supernormal Canteen is also available for exclusive events and catering. This is Supernormal, but not as you know it.
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