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1/29 Jardine Street,Kingston ACT
Food 4/4 StarsSetting 4/4 StarsService 4/4 StarsValue 4/4 Stars
Exiting food eperience!I've tried the baked ocean trout and the Otis pepper steak. Fantasic staff, great atmosphere, and delicious food
I've tried the baked ocean trout and the Otis pepper steak. Fantasic staff, great atmosphere, and delicious food
Classics and favouritesThe best food I've had in Canberra, in a relaxed setting.
The best food I've had in Canberra, in a relaxed setting.
Fantastic serviceHad a lovely evening, unusual choices
Had a lovely evening, unusual choices
Experience the tastes of fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere at Otis Dining Hall, an establishment popular among a crowd of suave Kingston locals. Set on Jardine Street, Otis offers an ambient escape from the day-to-day, with a moody setting fit out in earthy brown hues, restored timber floorboards and an elegantly decorated ceiling of ceramic roses, illuminated by twinkling chandeliers. While toe-tapping to a backing track of The Beatles tunes, peruse for a drop to drink from an extensive cocktail, beer and premium wine selection which celebrates Australasian producers. Pair this with a mouth-watering classically re-invented dish, such as perhaps buffalo ricotta filled ravioli, reggiano, asparagus, mint and lemon; or spoil yourself with a five course feast for a flavoursome indulgence.
Roast Braidwood lamb rump, salad creme, fine herbs and broccoli mole.
Adam Wilson / Damian Brabender
Steep saffron in 2 tablespoons of warm water for 5 minutes.
On a clean bench create a well with flour by making a mound with a hole in the centre. Add eg...
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Otis Dining Hall
Gourmet Traveller Review
Classic French bistro cuisine gets a Mod Oz makeover in a former Belgian beer bar.
Gault & Millau
Otis Dining Hall has been awarded 2 hats in Gault & Millau
Good Food Review
Otis brings a new dimension of dining to the capital, with its clever, contemporary cooking matched to an easy, relaxed vibe. It's open until late for truffle martinis (no lock-out laws here), but I reckon dinner is the go. It is after all, a dining hall.
Good lord. I feel like I’m 10 again, and I may well have formed another fond food memory. Otis Dining Hall: what a wonderful little local.
FoodService's 50 Next Generation Top Aussie Chefs
Damian Brabender thinks the key to great cuisine is understanding. “I think knowledge is respect,” he explains. “If you respect something, you’ll go out of your way to learn about it. The more time you put into something to educate yourself about something, the more respect you’re going to have for it.”
2017 AHA Awards
Chef of the Year Damian Brabender, OTIS Dining Hall Canberra
A Memorable Meal at Otis, Blog by This is Canberra.
“OTIS is fine dining but not as we know it. Dining Hall is an apt description. The place actually feels like a hall. Timber panelling, high ceilings, earthy tones, old world light fixtures evoke a collective memory of days gone by. Grime it up a bit and it’s the scene of a robust and cantankerous union meeting – Give it a spit and polish and it’s the scene of a long forgotten debutante ball for pretty daughters of red faced boss-cockies..... Read the complete Blog by This is Canberra.
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