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Ostra: Epitome of True Luxurious Seafood Restaurant

Maintaining an eye to every manner of fine dining at its very best, Columbus Hospitality Group had gone forth again a redefining moment of what a true luxurious restaurant is.

According to bostonglobe.com:

Ostra is the latest opening from Columbus Hospitality Group, also behind the likes of Sorellina and Mistral. This restaurant aims for a new level of sophistication. Austere as an iceberg, it has white walls and tablecloths, with large-scale black-and-white photographs of rocky shores and sea hanging on the walls.

The anteroom had an octopus mosaic floor subtly designed by a local artist Joanna Ciampa. Don’t get overwhelmed yet by the overall visual aspect of the restaurant until your taste buds do the judging for the cuisines.

The primary elements of the cuisines are being manipulated in a perfect way by the former chef of Mistral chef Mitchell, Randall which includes local selfish, and sea bream. Highly- suggested menus are Cold Smoked Salmon Tartare, among the ingredients are salmon tartare, quail eggs, chervil, shallots, and caviar; Seafood Paella, a mixture of clams, mussels, squid, chorizo, chicken drumlette; and the  Chocolate Mousse which includes salted caramel and popcorn.

Randall assured that all components are prepared fresh.He even mentioned that they have fishmongers who go to the docks every day and select what’s fresh. For landlubbers who prefers animal meats, Ostra still has non- seafood menus like Homemade Gnochetti , Chicken au Poivre,  Filet Mignon, roasted Giannone Farms chicken and 10-ounce filet mignon.


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