- 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)
Things to Know Before Visiting Barroco
0.21% of people who visit Montreal include Barroco in their plan
95% of people start their Barroco visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Barroco
Barroco, Montreal Reviews
One of the top 10 restaurants in Old Montreal. This romantic restaurant, located in the heart of Old Town, has all the quaint and rustic charm one could ever ask for. The amazing atmosphere had us coming back an hour later for the next available table. We started the meal with killer cocktails before tasting their paella which was filled with rich seafood broth and lobster bisque. Delicious and definitely a must try!
Wonderful dinner and service! Highly recommend. Every item we ordered was fantastic, especially enjoyed the steak and pumpkin special. Cocktail bible and wine list was amazing. Thanks for an excellent dining experience!
omg. What a romantic, classy, fun place to eat. The duck was the best next to having it in France. Pasta was incredible. Oysters were to die for. Service was top notch. Cute little place, would definitely return next time we are in Montreal!
The food, drinks and atmosphere were absolutely great, actually the food I and my wife ate is the best I’ve ever had. However, the server who was supposed to provide a service to us, exactly looked like main server, did not care our table. Actually, she cared other table frequently and asked other customers request, but she ignored just our table. I don’t want to think this is because we are Asian, but unfortunately I can’t find other reason. Anyway, the food and atmosphere were really awesome, fantastic, but you have to keep in mind that if you are Asian, you may have a bad experience.
Amazing drinks but food options are limited. We had paella which was pretty good but definitely on the pricey side. Would go back even just for drinks and awesome service!