Ms G’s

Ms G’s In a very happy coincidence, it turned out that my Melbourne pals, Amy and Lee, who had guided me so well around that city and its environs were going to be in Sydney during my brief stay there. I had shared some of the mountain of recommendations I’d received for my time in …

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Supernormal I was feeling unusually grim and not entirely because of excessive boozing so when I took a seat at today’s chosen lunching location, Supernormal on Flinders Lane, I had an odd longing for restorative green tea. I’m not sure how much it helped but it was certainly a better idea than a lunchtime glass …

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Mr Ramen San If there’s one thing you become familiar with on travels through Asia, it’s noodle soup. I entered my time in Melbourne with a lot of the good stuff from Seoul and Singapore fresh in my mind, to go with an upbringing of Knorr chicken noodle and an array of standard UK ramens. …

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Matsuya My quest for mid-market Singapore options led me to follow a recommendation from my friend Claire to give Matsuya, a sushi place near Raffles Hotel, a look. Kaiseki – the Japanese tasting menu dinner style from which many western cooking styles draw inspiration – is scarcely an accepted (or acceptable) definition of mid-market but …

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Restaurant Tim Raue My oft employed method of wandering and bumping into likely looking places had never previously resulted in a 2 Michelin Star lunch, but on my wander home from Little Tibet I walked past a place that looked rather smart. Restaurant Tim Raue was the place in question. Apparently it placed 37 in …

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