Attica is superb, unbelievable, different, wonderful and challenging.
In a quiet suburb, south east of the city (better known for its majestic National Trust mansion), Attica is breaking the ground rules for dining in Melbourne and gaining a very good reputation and two or three hats in local dining guides.
Attica presents food that is challenging - their after mains course called 'Terroir' consists of beetroot, limes, berries and flowers and is a prelude to various desserts, one of which blows you away - a tumbler of sauternes custard berries and toffee.
The service is exemplary and professional beyond belief. Attica hands the diner a wine list of great length with a selection of wines, local and international.
The degustation menu (on Friday and Saturday evenings) presents diners with two entrees and seven mains and a dessert dish, presented and explained over three hours of dining.
An astonishing dining experience
not cheap but absolutely worth it
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