Claypots Full Circle, an Australian brand restaurant has come to Amoy Street (their first international outpost). It’s a fun full circle story: the Mediterranean chef and founder, was initially inspired by South-east Asian cuisine, Singapore especially (of course!) and after opening a few Claypots in Melbourne, he has come full circle and opened in our little red dot. Expect lots of seafood and shellfish on the menu flavoured with Asian spices and herbs: Moroccan Claypot ($26), Port Arlington Mussels ($25) and the tasty fresh Grilled Fish of the Day (market price) with a fresh green chermoula sauce. Absolute must-trys include the Atlantic Sardines with Kaffir Lime Leaves ($12) a little tapas-style dish of three small sardines fried with dried shrimp, chilli and garlic, or there’s the magnificent Garlic Prawn (market price) featuring a colossal prawn (the type varies) laced with coriander, garlic, sambal olek served on a skillet with grilled Pide bread to mop up the Asian-spice infused oil . Finally, if you are in a group, plump for the St Kilda Shellfish Stirfy ($95) – it will feed 5 hungry sailors, and consists of crab, mussels and prawns stir fried with herbs, garlic and chilli and served with plenty of gravy on top of Japanese and Jasmine rice.