Tags: wheelchair access, cocktails, french beers, macarons, smoking area, french, cafe, breakfast, outside area
While baroque is a term in the music world and widely known among musicians, Baroque Restaurant is popular among Sydneysiders because of its delicious French cuisine. Classic pastries and authentic French dishes are offered in the establishment and has brought smiles among their customers because of their food offerings.
Baroque Restaurant serves a wide array of French bistro dishes and desserts. Apart from the main dishes, various wine and cocktails also adorn our menu so customers with different preferences can fully enjoy our selections. Our expert chefs make sure to serve each meal made by their expertise to come up with the authentic French taste customers would like to experience. You may also enjoy watching as our chefs prepare handmade desserts in our open plan pastry area.
Apart from having quality cuisines people would like to try, Baroque Restaurant also serves a peaceful and comfortable ambiance French restaurants are known for. This elegantly-styled ambiance made clients come back to Baroque Restaurant and have an established list of clients that keep the restaurant successful.
In addition to enjoying individual fine dining experience, groups and families can also take pleasure on our French cuisine sets on their special events. People who are planning to celebrate various occasions and even corporate cocktail parties will find our offers to be ideal for their needs.
Finding French cuisine in Sydney is made possible with the establishment of Baroque Restaurant. In fact, our French cuisines are not only called as such because of its name but also with their authentic taste. Visit our website for details on booking our services for functions or table reservations and browse our menu options offered to customers.
Comfortably sliding into a heritage building in the historical Rocks district, Baroque Bistro Bar Patisserie is stunning palates with an all-day French menu that offers restaurant-quality breakfasts, lunches and dinners, as well as a delightful selection of pastries to ensure your day ends on a sweet note.
From Monday to Friday, bouillabaisses, steak tartare and truite grenobloise speak out from the blackboard. But letâ€™s not forget the dessert; after all thatâ€™s how the Charkos family rose to fame. The Baroque menu not only offers signature French desserts like creme brulee and souffle, but also a selection of truffles and flavoursome macaroons - the perfect accompaniment to a coffee, tea or sticky wine.