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$50/pax

based on 12 reviews
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Dinner5 votes
Vibrant/Noisy5 votes
After Work4 votes
Live Band4 votes
People Watching4 votes
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining3 votes
Chillout3 votes
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Lepak With Yaops
 • 29 May 2014 45 reviews 0 follower
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Serving 5 types of beefs (Wagyu, Prime Ribs, Ribeye, Roast Beef and Cheek), 5 types of sides, 4 sauces and at $45.90++, Barossa is probably the best beef buffet you can find in town.

Situated in the midst of Holland Village, having al fresco dining, good food and basking in the lively atmostphere is simply heavenly.

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/?p=24
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I spent $55 per person.

I also recommend this place for:
After Work, Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Buffet, Chillout, Night Out, People Watching, Premier League Screening, Relaxed, Vibrant/Noisy
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  • Menu
  • 1.2kg of Wagyu
  • 4 types of sauces
  • Full set of meat and sides

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pickledpeas
 • 28 Jan 2014 126 reviews 5 followers
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To see the full review with pictures, go here.
 
We had lunch here after discovering their 1 for 1 offers, which is both cheaper and also a little more attractive than La Nonna’s!
 
They feature 2 or 3 course sets at $18++ or $22++ and you get to choose one main out of three, accompanied by a soup or salad. The 3 course one features a dessert of the day. 
 
Their soup of the day was a creamy tomato soup which was served with a nice thick wedge of garlic bread for dipping. I quite liked their tomato soup – it was thick and smooth (not exactly creamy as advertised) but pretty strong. Would have been better with some olive oil for drizzling.
 
L opted for the burger, which had a well seasoned patty, some melty cheddar, and a slice of tomato, served with fries and a little salad. Very satisfying.
 
I liked my prawn aglio olio better though: it had really juicy prawns and was fried perfectly with lots of garlic and chunks of shiitake mushrooms. The pasta was al dente to boot!
 
Everything was pretty amazing. They don’t serve iced water, so you have to order drinks. I asked for some tonic, but my order was mistaken as a gin & tonic. The first time I order a cocktail with a meal here and it was accidental. I used to have cocktails all the time in Zaza’s because they did some nasty ones with godiva chocolate liqueur, but a lot of the cocktails here are so island-y/ fruity and I don’t really fancy that. The gin and tonic was good though.
 
I guess we’ve found our new lunch spot in Holland V! Great execution, great lighting, great prices. The service is a little slow but the food is well worth it.
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lumpytuna
 • 04 May 2013 1 review 0 follower
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Long story short, for the tl;dr crowd: No water UNLESS everyone orders drinks. Food is disappointing. More so is the 'company policy'.

I have been to Barossa a number of times over the past few years, at least since '07 (even before Barossa was Barossa really), and have always had a lovely experience, but this has left an extremely bad taste in my mouth, both literally and metaphorically, and I have little, nay, no desire to return.

Essentially, a group of friends and I went for drinks after dinner. Of the four of us, three of us ordered a drink each, be it wine, a cocktail or a beer, and an order of bar snacks, and asked for water all round. However, we were promptly and unceremoniously told that we each needed to order a dirnk each before we could receive the glasses of water we asked for. First, it is extremely silly to refuse to serve water to customers in a country where the water is potable, but hey, you're not the only suspects, so I can't necessarily just single you out for that (it is still nonsensical, but I'm not singling you out, just -pointing- it out). But to tell us that you can't serve us water despite the fact that we ordered drinks (note that at least, with wine, you should serve water, and let me reiterate, at the very least, but hey, it's kinda nice to have a drink of water with other drinks too, but who am I to say. Apparently, no one. Touché, Barossa, touché.) AND food UNLESS we order a round of drinks? Silly and illogical. And to reiterate to us that it's 'company policy'? AND after we requested to see the manager, who was mysteriously absent on an ostensibly busy weekend night? And then, may the Power That Be eventually deigned it fit for us to receive 3 glasses of water, 'with no top-ups' as we were dutifully reminded? Hey, who are we to say anything... Oh wait, people with some sense and who have apparently spent 70 bucks on a round of drinks and snacks. The latter of which was the most lacklustre aggregation of onion rings I have had the misfortune of encountering outside of fast food joints (but we have a mutual understanding of how far my money is going to get me in terms of a meal, so we're even). The beauty was that the onion rings were named as such without remotely ressembling said food item. Less beauty, more mystery. I don't know what onion perished in the making of it, but it wasn't any onion I have ever met. Flour, batter perhaps. Onion? No.

Here's a note. Please do not treat your customers like a bunch of schmucks. We gave you a chance, at least the wait staff who have to suffer the brunt of recrimination, but not the nebulous Company, whose policy it was to insist on not serving water to customers who have ordered beverages, or at least a drink each. And apparently food doesn't count. Let me save you some time. If you insist on that being said 'Company Policy', politely tell people that you do not serve water from the get-go. Otherwise it is an exercise in extremely illogical, unadulterated nonsense.
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I spent $18 per person.

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