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Table: Salaryman

Featured in our Guide by The Office Space,  Salaryman is a slick dark industrial-style bunker slashed with sexy neon’s where creative Japanese dishes including Robata (slow-cooking over charcoal) grilled meats, veggies and seafood, plus fine-dining-inflected izakaya snacks and cocktails give good reason to settle in after work. For Table this Friday, 8 July, Flying Fish’s former executive chef, Stephen Seckold, and Corey Reid, from the kitchens of Noma in Copenhagen and most recently from Momofuku Seiōbo in Sydney, will be serving up nourishing smokey noodle soups with exotic ingredients – Salaryman’s go-to dishes. We’ll take orders for vegetarian or meat options closer to the date (ingredients change daily). When: 12.30pm Friday 8 July Where: Level 6 Boardroom, Reservoir and Paramount kitchen Cost: $15 each – for either soup Header and Icon: Broadsheet

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