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Image by Kristoffer Paulsen, courtesy of the NGV.

Supernormal Natsu Pops Up at NGV

19th January, 2018

One of Melbourne’s most-loved Andrew McConnell restaurants is popping up at the NGV for a 10 day celebration of Summer.

Two of Melbourne’s greatest cultural powerhouses, the National Gallery of Victoria and restauranteur Andrew McConnell, have joined forces to bring us Supernormal Natsu – a pop-up restaurant that will only be running for 10 days!

Taking over what is usually the NGV’s Garden Restaurant, Andrew McConnell and the Supernormal team have developed a brand new and exclusive menu as part of the NGV’S Triennial EXTRA program. Aptly named ‘Natsu’ (‘Summer’ in Japanese), the temporary restaurant with panoramic garden views is inspired by favourite dishes from the pan-Asian fare at their wildly popular parent outpost, Supernormal.

Restaurant-goers will be treated to a unique culinary experience, with a delicious menu of grilled meat and seafood off an open Japanese hibachi grill, as well as specialty vegetable dishes.

In addition to the OUTSTANDING culinary offerings from Supernormal, NGV EXTRA has collaborated with Dan Murphy’s and artist and designer Ryan Foote to create the Discovery Bar. Foote has created a series of contemporary day beds scattered around the NGV gardens, for visitors to recline on and enjoy a cocktail masterminded by Dan Murphy’s spirit ambassador, Charles Ainsbury, highlighting Australian native flavours.

Consider bringing an extra pair of socks, because Supernormal Natsu will undoubtedly knock yours off!

Supernormal Natsu at NGV Extra is taking bookings here!
Open 12pm – 10pm daily
January 19th – 28th
National Gallery of Victoria, 180 St Kilda Rd

19th January, 2018

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