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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Yamato I was excited to hear about the arrival of Yamato, a second restaurant from the folks behind Kanpai, so made a note to visit before heading off on travels. It has taken over premises on Lochrin Terrace that traded for years as a Chinese place before sitting empty for an extended period, just along …

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