Time Out says
‘Checking out art’ is not the only excuse you’ll need to trek out to Gillman Barracks. Because at the end of the arts enclave sits this tiny brick-walled shed that turns out al dente pastas and a genuine love of craft beer, courtesy of co-owner Prashant Somosundram, who cut his teeth at Artistry.
The star here is the aglio prawn pasta hybrid ($14), with satisfying crumbs of fried garlic and rings of chilli padi tossed with meaty curls of the crustacean. The cross-cuisine approach to cooking also shows up in the plate of red quinoa, each seed fried in love-it-or-hate-it kecap manis, with prawns, chicken and chopped chilli padi. And if you're not sipping down a smooth cup of Liberty Coffee bean extract (from $4), make it a point to knock back a beer ($14-$16) with a rich slice of cake ($8). Red Baron also occasionally plays host to craft beer mini-festivals, with the grassy, isolated locale giving it a secret underground party vibe.
45 Malan Rd
|Opening hours:||Tue, Wed & Sun 11am-6pm; Thu-Sat 11am-10pm|
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