Restaurants

Help This South Yarra Restaurant Avoid Food Wastage As It Doubles Its Sittings Before Lockdown Hits

By Ben Tyers
7th Jul 2020

Melbourne is plunging back into a stage 3 lockdown for six weeks, and restaurants have had to move fast with just over 48-hours notice that they'll have to stop serving dine-in meals.

Charlie Carrington the chef behind South Yarra restaurant, Atlas Dining, has moved quickly and will be doubling their scheduled sittings until midnight Wednesday 8 July to avoid food wastage for the week.

“For anyone who wants to get their last taste of Atlas Dining India before travel is up (once again), we are opening up two additional sittings before the clock strikes midnight. For early birds you can book into our 4pm-6pm experience. And for those night owls, 10pm-11:59pm is for you.

“Of course we’ll be giving those already booked an option to eat-in, but we know spontaneity isn’t always for everyone. So, for those who do want to spice things up and get their final fix, come and join us at Atlas Dining’s final overseas trip for a while. Bookings will go on sale at 8:00am on the day.” said Carrington.

Atlas Dining's India will accommodate 20 'travellers' with the two sittings running for two hours each. The dinner costs $75 per person.

Bookings are essential, book at the Atlas Dining website.

For the latest news on Melbourne's lockdown, head here.

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