Eat Out, At Home.

Whilst Victorians are in the midst of stage four lockdown, eating out seems like a distant memory - but these two restaurants are bringing the experience to your home.

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Attica Melbourne
Attica Melbourne

Dining out is one of the all-time favourite pastimes. What better way to catch up with family and friends than over a delicious meal and drink? While we can’t see family and friends at the moment, that doesn’t mean you need to give up your favourite dine-out dishes.

Attica is a fine-dining restaurant owned by New Zealand chef, Ben Shewry. It has become one of the most acclaimed restaurants in Melbourne, known for their fancy, innovative dishes.

The team at Attica have put together an incredible at home menu designed for two – three people. Choose from DIY Souvas or Ben’s family lasagne for a relaxed, homely meal or dim the lights and treat yourself to the Attica tasting menu, an experience made to satisfy.

The George on Collins is a modern southeast Asian inspired cuisine and has been listed on Tripadvisor as the number one Bar & Pub in Melbourne. It is co-owned by Masterchef personality, Khanh Ong, who started the initiative, Heat and Eat meals.

The high-quality dishes are chef prepared and delivered to your door with a simple step-by-step instruction card – All you need to do is heat it and eat it.

The menu is varied and tailored for different occasions. From family night to date night – The George on Collins has a meal pack that includes all your favourite dishes and feeds you the illusion that you’re dining out.


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