Cuisine: French/Modern French

The gleaming copper bar and lighting of this classic French bistro reflect the opaque pink chairs, giving an overall rosy glow that contrasts with the stark, industrial textures with exposed ducts and brickwork of the heritage building. The outdoor terrace has lovely harbour views and is perfect for a pre-dinner cocktail. Starters may feature an exceptional ballotine of spatchcock with puy lentils and burnt onion cassonade, or hens’ eggs slow-cooked with Serrano ham and whipped potato, both $16. Mains such as grilled breast of duck $33 and confit shoulder of lamb with rosemary and lamb glaze $29 showcase classic bistro techniques. Pick up a selection of the now ubiquitous macaroons from Baroque’s patisserie on the way out. Baroque also offers a lunchtime plat du jour $25 with a glass of wine.

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