Barroco

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  • Address: 312 Saint-Paul St W, Montreal, QC H2Y 2A3, Canada
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-5145445800
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids

Barroco - Review

The vibrant and lively Barroco restaurant with its stone walls and subdued lightings looks something out of an old age, rustic, and traditional food joint in a hallmark historical Old Montreal setting. It specialises in the signature market course food with typical North American and European hospitality. Appetizers like Fresh Oysters, Smoked Almonds, Market Cheese, Burrata ‘Du Moment’, Seared Foie Grass, Celery Root & Clams Veloute, and Barroco Ham Comte are the signature dishes of Barroco. Meat varieties like Ribeye, Angus Beef, Beef Short Ribs and Duck Magret ‘A L’Orange’, and Fish varieties like Organic King Salmon and Paella Barroco are also good. You can try out the Quail Ragu Fusilli and Tagliatelle Vesuvio along with Sauteed Wild Mushrooms and Mashed Potatoes.

How To reach Barroco by Public Transport

  • Buses 61, 75 to stop - McGill / Saint-Paul
  • Bus 715 to stop - Musée Pointe-à-Callière
  • Bus 715 to stop - Musée Pointe-à-Callière (de la Commune/D'Youville)

TripHobo Highlights for Barroco

  • Barroco Address: 312 Saint-Paul St W, Montreal, QC H2Y 2A3, Canada
  • Barroco Contact Number: +1-5145445800
  • Barroco Timing: 24-hrs
  • Barroco Price: Free
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Things to Know Before Visiting Barroco

  • 1.08% of people who visit Montreal include Barroco in their plan

  • 37.21% of people start their Barroco visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Barroco

Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday

77.78% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Barroco

People normally club together Montreals Underground City and Circuit Gilles Villeneuve while planning their visit to Barroco.

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  • I've cooked allot of steaks, ate steaks at Shulas, Ruth Kris. Hands down best ever, didn't know a steak could be so good. Awesome cocktails as well. It's a journey expect 2 hours of your time, if your in a hurry not the place for you, your loss.

  • Absolutely fantastic. I've come back twice when I visit Montreal. Fantastic cocktails, amazing food - often classic homestyle French with a modern, fine dining twist. Great decor and vibe. The Barocco ham appetizer blew my mind.

  • Had a delightful experience. The service was exceptional and their recommendations on point. We had the sommelier choose the wine as we were having a mix of seafood and beef and the wine paired exquisitely. Great experience all around. Highly recommend.

  • Beef ribs was amazing but other dishes were average only. Had the 20oz Rib-eye and was good but not great.

  • Food was of good quality however they seated us well past our reservation time because there were no tables available. They did not have several items on the menu including the wine that we wanted. They did not bring one of the drinks out until we had to remind them 20 minutes later. Overall the place seemed to be disorganized and there was a brief period that a foul odor of bleach was present in the dining room as their staff was cleaning the kitchen which made the wine and steak have a discomforting taste.

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