You won’t go far wrong with Superfamous if chill out ambience and casual food are on your mind. This latest venture by Michel Lu is situated besides Henry Moore’s iconic sculpture Large Reclining Figure, and is an alfresco cafe by day and a bar by night. Good for a relaxed lunch with colleagues, with minimalist décor and a little greenery, Superfamous combines tranquil vibes and the buzz of the CBD area. Its wait staff is attentive and smiley, which made dining here very enjoyable. And its food does not disappoint. The starter of grilled eggplant and zucchini salad came surrounded by with fresh rocket, and just the right amount of balsamic oil. The Moroccan chicken was tasty, not dry, and was well complemented by helpings of couscous. But it was the tarte tartin of pear that really blew us away. Accompanied with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream, the tart was hot, crispy, sticky and surprisingly flavorful. The menu may be small, but you can bet most of the dishes at this cool hangout are worth trying.