Service and food outstanding. Got more food than what you paid for. Truely authentic.
It's a small cozy welcoming place with absolutely delicious food. The staff are very friendly and helpful and both times we have been there, the owner makes an effort to visit with every table. Ed and the staff really make you feel like a valuable customer and wanting to return. I have recommended this place to friends and will continue to recommend Otto!
Ordered stuffed mushroom appetizer. I've had worse, but not too good. Bread was so dry, I needed two sodas to get one piece down. Salad was pretty good as was prime rib. Spaetzel and potato pancakes were not too great for a place that specializes in German food. Would not go back, but was fun to try something different.
Food was not warm. Vegetables were most likely frozen, then put in ta microwave. Cheese steak was greasy, and the meatloaf was mushy. Unfortunately, the food was prepared properly.
This was probably the worst meal we have ever had in a restaurant and the three of us left without being able to eat any of it. It is a disgrace to call this German food. The schnitzel tasted rancid, the goulash tasted like a bottle of vinegar and the ingredients shouldn't even include vinegar. We left and went home and ate dinner as we sent all three meals back. The manager said for me to have a dessert on him for the bad food and I chose apple strudel which you would have needed a jackhammer to break a piece off - it too was inedible. I have never in my life walked out of a restaurant with no one being able to eat their meal.
My husband and I came here for Sunday brunch. Very friendly service and tasty food. We love sitting outside in the warmer weather.
Great experience as always! Came for dinner to celebrate my wife’s birthday (member of the bday club) and had a great time. We had our 3yr old daughter with us, so we were probably the noisiest guests. My parents and my wife’s mother also joined us, and they enjoyed their meal and drinks as much as we did! Can’t wait to go back and we are looking forward to my Bday Club postcard next month.
Next time I’ll remember to bring my large beer Boot glass.
Went for Breakfast with Santa, kinda crazy but food was good and service terrific. Could use a little freshen-up.
Place could use update of interior. Men's room kind of gross.
Good place to go if you are looking for a good German meal.
We ate in the outdoor space next to the pond; enjoyed a very nice meal mid-afternoon.
We have gone to Otto's several times, and we really enjoy their German menu. Dining outside in their beer garden is very nice.
On this particular occasion, the pork loin was rather overcooked and dry. Sausages and saurbraten and goulash were great. They also seemed to be a lot busier than usual, and the portions seemed just a bit smaller than we have had in the past.
On this particular Saturday night, they had a lounge singer with a bright blue blazer in the beer garden singing Sinatra tunes. It felt like we were in a 1970s episode of the Love Boat. Me and the rest of my party are in our 50s, and we felt like children in the restaurant given the age of the other patrons. We still had fun - the singer could carry a tune and the entire experience was enjoyable in a campy way, but it's worth knowing in advance what you're in for.
Service was great. Our waiter was attentive and explained the beer selection and food to us. Food was outstanding from the sausage platter to the prime rib. If you want a taste and I mean a BIG taste of German food, Otto's is your place.
Food was great. Service could have been quicker, but they didn't rush you through the meal.
Everything tasted great. One person did not care for potato pancakes. Weinerschnitzl was good but grissley in spots. We would definitely come back again.