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Recognized as one of Sydney’s premier restaurants, Otto is all lush designer appointments and dim lighting, making it popular with local celebrities and socialites. Hence the price of the food, perhaps. Outside it’s all light and breezy, with nice views of a boardwalk and some harbor water. Menu possibilities include hand-rolled porcini pasta, with wild boar ragù, mushrooms, and reggiano; or pan-fried potato gnocchi with a Parmesan puree, black truffles, brioche crumbs, and rocket.