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From the minute we pulled up, to the minute we drove away, we were wowed!!!
I’m not going to go into a long rating telling you how amazing this place is and how they tick all the boxes etc etc
I’m just going to tell...More
Karoo Saloon is a surprising treat in the Little Karoo, just outside Barrydale. With architecture reminiscent of a proper Wild West Saloon and an interior reminiscent of the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame, it's a must see.
Add to that great food, superb music...More
Just stopped over for a beer and was surprised at the menu as well as the menu the establishment had on offer but as we already had eating we just had a drink and moved on. Looks quite nice as a pub and everything that...More
The owners are super friendly. The place has that perfect 80's rock feel to it. The building itself is a work of art. The food is amazing, especially the brownies. Will take a bike road trip just to visit this place again.
We stopped here for lunch and ended up watching sport all afternoon and stayed for dinner . The live music and food was great , the owners Marius and Janet are super friendly and the menu is super and reasonable. I recommend that if you...More
Passed this place many times and we kept saying we must give it a try one day. Well we have and we were not disappointed.Very friendly welcome ( thank you Tanya) We were not sure about the white wine but Tanya gave us a taster...More
Stopped off for a quick beer on the 62 and stayed a couple of hours.
New owners have turned the place around and while quirky to the non rock lover regardless of your musical persuasion I'm sure you'll love it. Quiet background music when we...More
We wanted to visit on new years eve but were advised they were closed. So we tried again on the second of January..
We were a group of 8 adults and 3 children. When we arrived we were welcomed by the barman/waiter/jack of all trades....More