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Japanese ‘feed me’ menu has launched at Mr. Miyagi

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Exciting news from Mr. Miyagi in Melbourne. They have just launched their latest ‘Loose Lunch Feed Me’ menu offering, and it’s absolutely mouth-watering! From 12 PM to 4 PM every Friday to Sunday, you can indulge in a delightful variety of Mr. Miyagi’s popular dishes, accompanied by free-flowing wine, beer, and specialty cocktails. Imagine savoring dishes like Chilli and Garlic Edamame, Salmon Nori Tacos, Shiitake Dumplings, Saucy Sashimi, and finishing off with a heavenly Chocolate Mess. The ‘Loose Lunch Feed Me’ menu is priced at $69 per person and promises a truly unforgettable dining experience. And let me tell you, the specialty cocktails are to die for! Try out Mr. M’s Frosé, Charlie Does Tokyo, or Sanchez Does Kyoto for a burst of unique flavors that will transport you straight to Japan. If you’re a foodie or a writer looking for exciting editorial features or ‘what’s happening around town’ round-ups, Mr. Miyagi’s Loose Lunch Feed Me menu is definitely worth considering. It’s the perfect option for a bottomless brunch or lunch that will leave your readers craving for more. Make sure to check out their website for more information and to book your table online: Mr. Miyagi Website And if you’d like to experience this amazing menu first-hand, just reach out to us and we’ll secure a table for you and a guest. It could be a fun Friday team lunch or a special treat for yourself. Don’t miss out on this incredible culinary journey at Mr. Miyagi in Melbourne!

There’s a new Japanese pop-up in Melbourne this winter serving the best hot pots

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Melbourne is known for its food – just ask the chefs at this year’s Melbourne Good Food Month – so it seemed like the right place for Master Den to temporarily set-up shop on the site of the old Kappo restaurant for all things ‘Japanese hot pots’. The pop-up – or ‘poppu uppu’ in Japanese – has been open since 20 June and with the likes of the renowned Izakaya Den and Hihou in the mix, is offering a unique take on ‘nabemono’ dining experiences of Japan, where a pot is filled with broth and allowed to simmer, before vegetables and protein are gradually added to cook. The poppu-uppu offers dozens of varieties of hot pots, each with a distinguished flavour and style, and Master Den has created his own special versions of shabu shabu, a Hokkaido-style seafood nabe, and an elegant Japanese mushroom hot pot, that guests make themselves at the table guided by the friendly staff. What’s on the menu? The Shabu Shabu features a konbu flavoured broth, with a plate of wagyu rump, topside and sirloin 6+, with the option to add speciality cuts like rump cap, scotch fillet and Japanese favourite, Cube roll. The Hokkaido style Seafood Nabe has a light miso flavoured broth, and is filled with Tasmanian Salmon fillet, local mussels and Mackeral, or add local flathead fillets, New Zealand pippies, Coffin Bay Oysters, Crystal Bay prawns and Harvey Bay scallops. The Special Mushroom Hot Potcomes with a konbu, sake and soy flavoured broth, silken tofu, and a selection of Japanese mushrooms including shiitake, enoki, shimeji,… Read More