Albert Park’s contemporary Indian restaurant Atta will host a special event as part of this year’s Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, to explore all the colour, vibrancy and flavours of India. Changing the Perception will take place on 18, 20 and 21 March and will feature eight divine courses with matched wines also available.
Changing the Perception is an evolution of the Atta ethos, which invites diners to experience Indian cuisine in a way they haven’t before. Think coriander and carrot infused oil, smoked meats and liquid nitrogen.
Executive chef and owner Harry Dhanjal said: “This event will be a special sneak peek into the future of Atta. We will be experimenting with unusual ingredients and cooking techniques, while paying homage to the classic flavours of India, for a dining experience that will surprise people. The event will indeed change the perception of Indian cuisine, proving that it’s more than just curry and rice; It can be a fine (yet fun) dining experience.”
Matched wines will be supplied from the likes of Laurent Perrier, Pizzini, Medhurst and Paringa Estate. The premium wines will be paired with dishes such as sous vide duck with rasam consomme and carrot and coriander infused olive oil drops as well as betel leaf, cabbage and tandoori chicken foogath with raspberry gels.
Changing the Perception: Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2018
18, 20 and 21 March
$103 for eight courses
$153 for eight courses plus matched wines
159–161 Victoria Avenue, Albert Park