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8 reviews of otto's restaurant in English
I've eaten here 3 times and I'm going again next week. Excellent value for money, the food is cooked beautifully, the desserts are divine, especially the chocolate tart. The staff are friendly & nothing is too much trouble for them.
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We have eaten at Otto's many times, and have always had a great meal. The food is a mixture of moroccan and mediterranean. The lamb tagine and the lamb couscous are two particular favourites of ours. The fish is always beautifully cooked as well. My daughter especially likes the garlic mushroom starter at Otto's, and she is something of an expert as she has eaten garlic mushrooms all over the place!
The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and the service has always been excellent. I have also been here with large groups and that worked extremely well; we had to order in advance but everything worked like clockwork. Plus there is a sitting area upstairs where we could relax after the meal and finish our wine.
The food is not especially cheap, but it is good value for money in my opinion. Furthermore the bill is reduced because there is a BYO licence, and an off licence across the road.
Overall one of our most favourite restaurants in Sheffield.
This a great place to go if you want to chill out over good food and wine. The staff are always friendly and happy which makes for a nice relaxed atmosphere. There is a pianist there on a Friday and Saturday night which gives the place a real buzz. Fish tagine is one of my favourites!
Probably the only Moroccan restaurant in Sheffield.
Excellent selection on the menu. Went there last thursday, we had the meatballs and morrocan style sardines for starters. Then we both had the Lamb Tagine, which is a national dish in morocco. A large piece of lamb on the bone in a subtly spiced sauce which also had apricots and prunes, a really good combination. It came accompanied by some coucous and roasted vegetables, although traditonal moroccan flat bread would have been better placed here.
The deserts were excellent and the bill came to around £40 for two including a couple of soft drinks each.
I am looking forward to my next visit
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