OTTO’s Head Chef Richard Ptacnik worked in a few restaurants in Europe before moving to Australia, and the Czech-born chef proves that you don’t have to be Italian to produce great Italian food. Located on the famous Woolloomooloo Wharf, OTTO offers a range of seating options. White tablecloths and white chairs match perfectly with the yachts moored outside. The scenario is still pleasant in the evenings and heaters ensure the outdoor seating is suitable for cooler nights.
The modern Italian menu is comprehensive. Antipasti are big enough to share and the mix of ingredients is carefully selected. Pasta and risotto are available in entree and main size and they all look absolutely delicious. You might like to try the bucatini with Moreton Bay bugs and cherry tomatoes or the showstopping assorted mushroom risotto – an unforgettable dish.
PSST! Arrive before the sunset and go for a walk on the pier, sit for a cocktail, and enjoy this little piece of Sydney Harbour.