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At Bei Otto you're in for a darn 'gut' treat. With an authentic German atmosphere and decor, the restaurant is highly popular with expats and locals alike, giving visitors a true taste of the Black Forest.
At first appearance, the restaurant is a large white building with black wooden beams and paneling, just like a German chalet. Inside, the décor is warm and inviting, just as a German alehouse of pub is after a long day's work. In the summer months, the terrace is lined with long tables covered in red and white checkered tablecloths and long benches, reminiscent of Oktoberfest or a Christmas Market layout.
The food is good, wholesome German cuisine with hearty meals and plenty of meat coupled with outstanding smiling Thai service. There is the infamous soup served in a bread bowl, schnitzels and bratwurst. To look at the full menu, click here.
There are two parts to the restaurant; the Schwarzwalkdstube and the Bier un Weinstube. In the Schwarzwalkdstube (Black Forest Parlour) there is bread and cold meats to nibble on before enjoying a traditional meal in a welcoming atmosphere with a great selection of German beers and drinks. To one side is the 'Jaeger Raum' (the hunter room) where private events can be held. In the Bier und Weinstube (beer and wine parlour) is a more tranquil and calm area to enjoy a more intimate meal. If you're lucky you may even be treated to a cooking demonstration by Mr Otto himself while you wait to be served.
Also available is a deli and café, where cold meats and fresh bread can be purchased.
Restaurant: Daily 11am - 12pm
Deli-Shop: 8am - 11pm