Otto, Sydney

Otto, Sydney

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6 Cowper Wharf Rd., Sydney, New South Wales 2011

Located along Cowper Wharf in Woolloomooloo, Otto is among the top restaurants in Sydney. Head chef Richard Ptacnik has created a menu of modern interpretations of classic Italian fare. Dishes are decadently rich and utilize meats and produce from local sources. Menu offerings include fresh egg spaghettini with scallops and cherry tomatoes and pork tenderloin wrapped in pancetta with leek puree. Ptacnik takes a simple approach to each dish, allowing the freshness of the ingredients to shine through. Outdoor seating provides views of the surrounding water and opulent yachts.

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