So­phis­ti­cated In­dian Din­ing at Atta

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Ex­pe­ri­ence the creative vision of restau­ra­teur Harry Dhan­jal, en­joy­ing classic In­dian dishes with a mod­ern twist. Dhan­jal reimag­ines In­dian cui­sine to em­pha­sise its un­der­ap­pre­ci­ated fine din­ing po­ten­tial, cre­at­ing ex­trav­a­gant dishes such as Sikan­dari Raan (braised leg of lamb with herb pota­toes, Dutch car­rots and mint chut­ney) and Saf­fron panna cotta with a black­berry coulis and saf­fron honey syrup, all cre­ated from scratch with the res­tau­rant’s cru­cial cen­tral in­gre­di­ent—flour, or “atta”. In­dulge in an In­dian cocktail, a glass of Euro­pean wine or a St Ali cof­fee with your meal. This so­phis­ti­cated din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence is en­hanced by Atta’s el­e­gant in­te­rior, and its lo­ca­tion just a short dis­tance from pic­turesque Al­bert Park Beach.

Din­ner Tue–sun 5pm–10pm (open­ing for lunch Sat–sun soon). 159–161 Vic­to­ria Av­enue, Al­bert Park. 9696 3388. attarestau­

Photo: Car­men Zam­mit.

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