We sat down and ordered up four mains and a charcuterie board to share as a starter. A gorgeous wood board arrived filled with delicious meats, delectable cornichons and tangy dijon mustard dipping sauces. The charcuterie disappeared relatively quickly. With each bite our excitement for our mains grew and grew.
The roasted chicken with Porcini mushroom sauce was such a large plate. When it arrived we never thought it would be devoured as quickly as it was. The chicken was roasted perfectly and the Dauphinois potatoes were scrumptious, but the star of this plate was the Porcini sauce. That sauce was one that I could never forget. I still dream of the flavours today. The sauce was heavy and creamy, but that deep earthy mushroom flavour was
The last main we enjoyed was the Otentic Farmer's steak served with crispy French fries and Beurre Maitre d'Hotel. The steak was cooked to a perfect medium rare, French fries were cut in house and oh so delicious, and that Beurre Maitre d'Hotel was absolutely scrumptious. The light arugula salad complimented the dish well and lightened up the plate.
We had a lovely dinner at Otentic and have recommended this place a few times. It is so refreshing to find such a gem on a whim. Sometimes being adventurous truly pays off.