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Barossa takes its name from the famous wine-growing region in Australia, and it’s exclusively down under food-favourites that you’ll find here. Located at at Singapore’s waterside Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue, Barossa is just like its namesake’s full-bodied reds, with the menu featuring an uncompromising selection of beginnings, burgers, bangers, and bar bites, all washed down with premium beers from Archipelago, Singapore’s oldest commercial brewery.
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Good food, great service! Had a wonderful dinner. First dining with the family after Phase 2 opening.
the food here was amazing, very generous serving sizes. . .
Service is quite good. Not crowded on Saturday afternoon. As it is external setting (without air conditioning), dinner would be better.
Barossa’s Esplanade Mall location (8 Raffles Avenue – there is also a Barossa at Holland Village, Singapore) is the perfect waterside waypoint for the thirsty and hungry. Remember, Barossa packs as much of a punch as its namesake, the famous red-wine producing Barossa Valley region in Australia. We’re talking a menu that features beginnings, burgers, bangers, and bar bites, all with a distinctively Australian emphasis. Barossa is a restaurant where outback meets chic, where the in-house Long Bar serves craft beers from Archipelago, the oldest commercial brewery in Singapore, plus new world wines, cocktails and shooters.
Turning to the menu, it’s all big, bolshy flavours applied to Australian seafood, beef, and more. Here, the Aussie Stars section of the menu puts Char Grilled King Prawns in the place of the time-honoured Australian tradition of throwing yet another shrimp on the barbie – the ethos, remember, is outback grub updated. The same applies to the Beef It Up selection – far from simply steak well done, raw, or in between, Barossa serves up Australian Wagyu and Angus cuts (including an irresistible Rib Eye Tasting Platter) that will please the palate of the most urbane carnivore.