No place celebrates Australian ingredients like Attica, a dark, world-renowned restaurant in Ripponlea, a Melbourne neighborhood better known for being full of historic houses and families than anything cool. Throughout what can sometimes be a twenty-course tasting menu, you might get dishes like a vegemite pie, a wallaby blood pikelet, giant emu eggs, and probably some kangaroo. You need to be feeling adventurous to come here, but Attica never feels overwhelming or stuffy.
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