I was feeling hungry for lunch and so decided to try eating at Supercharger in the Emporium food court in Melbourne.
This was the first time I’d been to this place. The menu looked complicated. They presented two pieces of paper. One allowed you to make your own meal. Another piece of paper had four different set meals. However, the set menu was set up in a way that was very unclear. When it was all explained to me, I understood it. I actually thought that the menu was referring to many different meals when really they were just referring to different aspects of each meal (did that make sense?). Have a look at Supercharger’s menu at Zomato to see for yourself.
Anyway, for newbies, I recommend you get a set meal. They have names like “immunity” or “strength” depending on what you want the food to do to you. I assume the “immunity” meal makes you immune to sickness.
You pay around $14 and you get a number. After waiting around a bit, you receive a tray usually with three bowls. There is usually a soup, some creamy mixture, and a big main bowl with salads, edamame, noodles, and all sorts of other things that I don’t know the name of (luckily I took a photo).
All in all, it was very tasty and definitely very filling! I highly recommend it.