Otto Bistro is a Japanese spot in the Plateau with a French bistro-feel. The food here all looks familiar, but it’s a little more interesting than what you’ll find elsewhere, with things like ramen and karaage served alongside bone marrow and uni. The space is small and cozy, and you’ll find yourself googling neon bicycle signs before you leave. They also have plenty of different seating options, which makes it one of the best places to stop for a bite while exploring the shops and cafes in the Plateau.
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