Am finally back in the comfort of home (: Though I managed to retreat home every night to rest and go back for camp early in the morning the next day, it brings me great relief to know that I can finally stay in tomorrow morning to do my own things and to rest. I really have to thank the kind colleagues who offered to stay over in school, thus giving the few lucky people like myself the option of going home to rest every night, so thank you!
Barossa serves pub food and it is usually pretty empty in the day time (not too sure about night time). Like most restaurants and pubs, Barossa has its own lunch and dinner deals and I guess these go very well if you were to like drinking! The setting of Barossa in Holland Village is quite cosy as Barossa occupies a corner and the seating area is not very big.
Matty ordered a ginger ale ($6) and it was pretty normal. I was thankful he chose a fizzy drink so I could get a sip or two when I felt like I needed some fizz!
the Wholesome Breakfast Set ($28). It was actually pretty large, as you can see from the photo above, and we were thankful that we were sharing both our mains or we would not be able to finish our food on our own! On the whole, the items in the wholesome breakfast set were saltier than usual and they weren't as well-made compared to other breakfast sets that we have had. Well I guess we should have gone for something more 'pubbish' like fish & chips but generally this was average. It would fill you up but it won't leave you craving for more nor would you want to order this again in future.
This trip to Barossa kind of wiped out the relatively good impression I had of this pub partly because their only saving grace - the Barossa Salad - is not as wondrous as I had remembered it to be. But no matter, I'm sure I'll find another place that serves kickass salad with cranberries in the near future! (:
Alright I'm off to take a break! Happy counting down to 2012! (: Have a great weekend!