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Robie’s Restaurant in Attica: Real Fish Sandwiches

Robie's Restaurant: Family Dining and Lounge in Attica, Indiana
Robie’s Restaurant: Family Dining and Lounge in Attica, Indiana Pork Tenderloin Sandwich

Robie’s Restaurant: Fine Dining and Lounge in Attica, Indiana is a great place to go as a family. This is a very kid-friendly dining establishment. They have a fun children’s menu that your little kids are sure to enjoy.

This Fountain County restaurant is known for two things: a killer pork tenderloin sandwich and a real fish fillet sandwich. Wow. That was such a welcome surprise. It was absolutely fabulous (and I wasn’t even the one who ordered it).

Robie’s Restaurant: Family Dining and Lounge in Attica, Indiana

Robie's Restaurant: Family Dining and Lounge in Attica, Indiana
Robie’s Restaurant: Family Dining and Lounge in Attica, Indiana Cheese Fries

We snagged a spot by the window in this Fountain County restaurant and prepared to dive into the menu. The children’s menu is composed of only three items so we let Kid #1 order off the adult menu. He ordered a hot ham and cheese sandwich while Kid #2 requested a corn dog.

My husband, Jeremy, and I knew we had to get the pork tenderloin sandwich and the fish filet sandwich so…I claimed the pork tenderloin first thing. You know how much I love them. At this point, I am not even sure I need to claim “dibs” on them anymore. I am pretty sure my family already knows that they are out of the running.

Sides are extra so we decided to share a great big basket of loaded cheese fries. Mmm…bacon. You can’t say “no” to that one. All four of us were fans. There may have been lots of elbow-throwing as we enjoyed every bit of that basket.

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Robie's Restaurant: Family Dining and Lounge in Attica, Indiana
Robie’s Restaurant: Family Dining and Lounge in Attica, Indiana Sign

First, let me just say that Kid #2’s corn dog lunch was cute! Served in a colorful cardboard container, it included applesauce (or choice of cottage cheese), his corn dog, and a cookie! He was pretty thrilled that he got dessert with his meal and no one else did. It made him feel very special.

Kid #2 loved his sandwich and my husband and I were definitely were not disappointed! Those are excellent sandwiches–I could only get through half of mine! Definitely a handful.

My husband’s fish filet was an actual fish filet! Surprising and so very delicious. He even hesitated about giving me a bite of it! Good thing I had you guys on my side. You know, that whole research thing.

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Robie’s Fine Dining and Lounge in Attica, Indiana is just off the main drag downtown. Just look for the sign. I’ve included the lunch and dinner menu below. These do not include salads, the kid’s menu, or appetizers (just so you know). If you have your heart set on something specific, be sure to call ahead, to make sure it is still carried. Prices are subject to change.

Definitely order the fish filet sandwich or the pork tenderloin sandwich. You won’t regret either option. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, they do not make their own desserts–but I do have the perfect place in mind for you to get your chocolate fix. Wolf’s Fine Chocolates is located just down the street.

Robie’s Fine Dining Lunch & Dinner Menu

If you found this article helpful, please “like” it and share it with your friends! Have you eaten at Robie’s Family Dining and Lounge in Attica? What’s your menu must-have? 

Small Towns: Destinations, not Drive-Thrus! I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana.

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Robie’s Fine Dining and Lounge
109 W Main Street
Attica, Indiana 47918
765.764.4351
Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 11 AM – 9 PM
Friday – Saturday: 11 AM -10 PM
As always, please call ahead to verify hours before making a special trip.

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About Jessica Nunemaker

Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little Indiana.com. More than a website, Little Indiana is a PBS segment on the state-wide program "The Weekly Special," a bi-weekly column in a local newspaper, and a book. Look for "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" published by Indiana University Press in April 2016--just in time for Indiana's BIG 200th Birthday Celebration.

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