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[CLOSED] Barrio by Mex Out (VivoCity)

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~$25/pax
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1 HarbourFront Walk
#01-116 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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$15++ ($9.90++ for lunch). This hearty bowl of goodness. Fresh salad greens, black beans, salsa, corn, guacamole and roast chicken cubes! Flavourful salad and leaves you all filled and satisfied after the meal! Though on the pricey side, service level could be improved further with more attentive staff... 💪🏼

The chicken’s spiciness blends well with the slightly sweetness in the corn and tomatoes! The guacamole sauce is super good too!

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Barrio (Spanish for “quarter” or “neighbourhood”) serves up classic Mexican street food flavours all over the little melting pot of cultures that is Singapore. Universally and generally speaking, Mexican cuisine has to be loved for its use of hearty and zingy ingredients, but while this is true, the replication of authentic Mexican street food does not cease to be a challenge for most chain restaurants such as Barrio. While some may argue, one has to remember that just like the unique styles of ramen available over different regions of Japan, no two regions of the vibrant country of Mexico will have the same tacos, or the same quesadillas in their own respect. Dinner at the colourful sideshow-esque restaurant featured dishes like their Pork Carnitas Rice Bowl ($15) and a rich sharing portion of Beef Barbacoa ($26), which had a wonderfully tender slow-cooked beef brisket. Should be a fun fact to note that like every other food and beverages establishments, they do not allow Krispy Kreme doughnuts to be passed around the table as an additional sharing dish.

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