An elegant atmosphere intertwined with an innovative personality clearly define OTOTO restaurant. Star Fine Foods recently hosted a dinner at OTOTO to promote the Star company and the expansion of their business into the Denver market. A five-course meal using Star olive oil as the foundation from which to expand upon, the OTOTO chefs prepared each course combining a variety of ingredients and textures tantalizing the mind. Star Fine Foods is a company that produces olive oil as well as vinegar, olives and other specialty products, many of which are certified gluten free. The company came to Denver and I had the pleasure of attending this dinner and OTOTO restaurant was kind enough to accommodate an entirely gluten free dinner especially for me. Courses included grilled zucchini wrapped in goat cheese, fresh halibut, and a pork chop encrusted with pistachios. My personal favorite was the olive oil cured ahi with fresh orange segments, confit tomatoes, and avocado. The sweetness of the oranges combined with the smooth texture of the avocado was to die for. The quality of the food along with the superb flavor of Star olive oil made the evening one to savor. Star products can be found in many local grocery stores throughout the Denver area as well as across the country. Be sure also to stop by OTOTO for some amazing and elaborate dishes as well.

OTOTO
1501 South Pearl Street

Check out their website at ototoden.net or www.starfinefoods.com for more information.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Mary is a freelance blogger helping you find the best tasting and affordable gluten free eats throughout the 303. Originally from Colorado, Mary has been gluten free for the past 8 years and is on a permanent quest to discover the best gluten free products around. Follow her blog for local Colorado restaurant and product reviews. Also check out her website at happilyglutenfree.com for even more helpful insight into everyday gluten free living.

 

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  1. Hicham

    Unless you are really going to make a srceah through ethnic neighborhoods, the easiest correct answer is Border Cafe across from the Burlington Mall on Middlesex Turnpike. Authentic taste, fresh-ingredient made to order entrees, great appetizers and a lively crowd make that my choice.Masa Southwest Bar in Burlington and Ixtapa in Lexington are also rated highly by Mexicans I have eaten with at those two.

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