Supernormal Natsu

Restaurants, Japanese
A kastu sandwich
Photograph: Jo McGann

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For ten days over summer, culinary rockstar Andrew McConnell, the man behind basically every bucket list restaurant in the city (Cutler and Co, Cumulus Inc, to name only two), is bringing back his Supernormal pop-up. This time Supernormal Natsu will be hosted out at Supernormal Canteen in St Kilda. Natsu, which means summer in Japanese, is a 100 per cent vegetarian, 13-day takeover that will champion local organic growers. They are also sourcing wild seaweeds and sea vegetables and foraging for native ingredients. They'll be making their silken tofu in-house daily; serving hand rolled udon with cold dashi, herb-infused soy and summer vegetables; pressing a vego parmigiana katsu between two slices of crustless white bread; and grilling vegetable yakitori with fermented flatbread.


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