BAROQUE BISTRO (CLOSED)
Sydney, New South Wales

Top10 Image
At the helm of a new generation of contemporary French dining in Sydney inspired by the Parisian ‘bistronomique' movement, Baroque Bistro is stunning palates with an all-day French menu that offers restaurant-quality breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Comfortably sliding into a heritage building in the historical Rocks district, Baroque Bistro also offers a delightful selection of pastries to ensure your day ends on a sweet note.
Opening Times
 
M
T
W
T
F
S
S
Breakfast
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lunch
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dinner
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

General info

Address:

88 George Street
The Rocks NSW 2000

Suburb:

The Rocks

Contact:

Cuisine:

Bistro, French

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

More info

PROFILE BY BEST RESTAURANTS

Are your tastebuds calling out for bouillabaisse? Could you murder some l' escargots? Are you craving French deliciousness and aren't sure where to head? If so you'll be delighted to learn that the cafe and art store on the corner of George Street and Hickson Road in The Rocks have moved aside for and a new Français resident. Established by the brains behind La Renaissance Cafe and Patisserie (which has long had Sydneysiders craving and drooling), Baroque Bistro Patisserie is now providing the good people of Sydney with an all-day menu of delicious French cuisine.

From stripped-back walls to funky, clear red chairs, bulbous black lights and a large open kitchen, Baroque visually presents that it is deliciously a touch left of centre. Like its decor, the menu created by Chef de Cuisine, Drew Bolton, is a playful-yet-succinct list of entrees, mains and desserts which sit on one page, pursued by a selection of wines, spirits and other beverages. Among inventive (and undeniably French) offerings is the salade d'escargots, Asperges, pousses d'epinard, segments d'orange (a zesty salad featuring France's infamous ingredient). If snails aren't your thing, there are other options like a mango and poached chicken salad or a cheese souffle, to satisfy. For mains, the confit of lamb on white bean puree with green beans is incredibly tender and flavoursome. But let's not forget the dessert; after all, that's how the Charkos family rose to fame. The Baroque menu not only offers celebrity French desserts like creme brulee and souffle, but also a selection of truffles and macarons. And with a seven day (8am till midnight) opening, your tastebuds have few time constraints.
Agnes Gajewska

Specials & Events

This restaurant has not scheduled any event.

Functions

FUNCTION MENU
Please contact the restaurant for further information.
MAX SEATING
n/a

Features

Award Winning / Hatted
Bar / Wine Bar
Breakfast
Historic Building
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Groups of 10
Suitable for Pre Theatre
AWARDS
This restaurant does not have any awards.

Reviews

CHEF RECOMMENDATIONS
This restaurant has not being recommended yet.
USER REVIEWS
HAVE YOU DINED AT Baroque Bistro?Write your review
Best Restaurants of Australia invites your comments on your dining experience.
You are welcome to share your views with our many readers under our conditions of use*.
(will be displayed on the site)
(will NOT be displayed on the site)
* This is not a forum for rants and other unhappy patrons to complain. We invite not only those with a positive experience but also constructive criticism. We reserve the right to cut comments we estimate too long. Defamatory comments will not be published. All views expressed are those of the writers and may not be the views of publishers of Best Restaurants of Australia.
Currently there are no reviews for this restaurant.
Be the first to share your experience.