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Atta Restaurant Albert Park
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Atta Restaurant

159-161 Victoria Ave Melbourne 3206, Albert Park

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Work schedule:
17:00 - 22:00
17:00 - 22:00
17:00 - 22:00
17:00 - 22:00
17:00 - 22:00
17:00 - 22:00


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Debajyoti Saha


An authentic Indian Fine Dine Restaurant with beautiful ambience, soul soothing and brain freezing cocktails and lip-smacking cuisines with unique preparations, this place is a must visit if you are an epicure. The entrees were really amazing especially the salmon, so well cooked and perfectly presented with a mustard chutney. The cocktails were a delight! The staff was courteous and very amiable. This has to be one of the best Indian restaurant in Melbourne.

Chirag Soni


Have been dining at Atta since their inception, over the years I have loved their food, every single time. I have hosted several functions and enjoyed some amazing meals with many of my close friends and family. We love the service provided by Brij and his team in front of the house while Harry & his team is cooking some of the best Indian food in their open kitchen. Highly recommend, if you are after quality service, great vibe, paired with amazing food & wine! Keep the great work Team Atta.



Hands down to one of the best Indian restaurants in Australia. We have been to many top rated fine dine Indian restaurants in Sydney and Melbourne and Atta is one of the finest by far. Very authentic to what we get in India. From the essential, make sure you order Channa Chaur, which comes in a cone. It was simply a bomb and full of flavour. Lamb Sikandari was also mind blowing. We just loved everything that we ordered from the menu. Would definitely recommend to all the Indian food lovers.

Aishwarya Ramaprasad


A very innovative Indian restaurant. The entrées were beautifully presented and tastes delicious. The cutneys were to die for!

Kunal Gupta


Excellent food. Menu is extensive and seasonal to a particularly high standard. Definitely fine dining. It can be expensive but worth it. Its very busy so it’s worth checking them out before you book. Highly recommended.Stopped in for dinner and had a great meal. Staff was helpful and knowledgeable about the menu offering great recommendations. The atmosphere is cozy and pleasant. The dishes were delicious as were the wine and cocktail recommendations.

Raj P


Absolutely recommended. Great food,, great service. Best part is that the food is very close to authentic Indian cuisine, unlike some other fine dining fusion places. Just way better quality than the run of the mill Indian restaurants.



Went to Atta restaurant last night with my friends after reading the great reviews and were very excited! I'm Indian so I know you can't get the traditional Indian food in Melbourne but was looking forward to it. The setting was great but the service not so much. We had to ask for menus and to be seated as well. The wine list was great but the waiter just left it to us to pour.. not a great start. The entre came out warm-ish/cold and was not overwhelmingly great to be honest - at $30 an entre! I asked the waiter to please have the mains served at hot temperature. Sad to say, my Oz friends did not enjoy the food that much either. For $500 dinner (4 people), we expected great service and good. Wouldn't recommend it and don't see us revisiting in the future.


Ritika Kulsrestha (Rits)


Food was well plated, presentation was excellent. The quantity of some entrees was disappointingly small, but the main course and dessert were really good. Staff were friendly.

Sarah Strongman


Amazing! not only is the food spectacular the service is impecable. My boyfriend left his hat there and they held it for us and I took my mother there for mothers day to show her my favourite restaurant and she had never had better indian food in such a unique way! 10/10

Balarka Banerjee


Our experience at atta was just fantastic. The place is decorated in a very contemporary, stylish yet dignified decor which perfectly compliments the food. The dishes were each exceptional. We got "Sikandari Rann" (slow cooked lamb) and achari machli (salmon cooked in banana leaf) which resembled Bengali paturi. Both were delicious and unique. The lamb was to die for and was presented in klosh filled with applewood smoke. For mains we got the lamb biryani and achari murgh saag. The biryani was presented in a clay pot, sealed with pastry, which was cut open at the table to release all the delicious rich aroma. The chicken was tasty and had a good hit of chilli which was very satisfying. Good to see they didn't say away from spiciness to satisfy a more western palate. For dessert we got the very unique "chiriya ka ghosla" a bird's nest made out of white chocolate with various ice creams, gels and rabri. Presentation of each dish was the high point. The quantities were very large and we left feeling very full indeed. The prices are on the higher side but this is a fine dining experience, and for the quality and quantity of food, it was entirely worth it. Can't wait to go back.

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