Please note that should Bar Roque’s inside area be fully booked customers will be seated outside.
At Bar Roque, the medieval meets modern with flamboyant 17th-century decor that has been given a trendy, contemporary update. At this stylish Baroque-inspired (Bar Roque, get it??) restaurant on Tanjong Pagar Road, located inside the Amara Hotel, you will find classic French cuisine, banquet-style cuts of rotisserie meats and a range of sharing platters, giving you the full French banqueting experience. Book a table at Bar Roque for a lavish evening out in Singapore!
A feast for both the stomach and the soul, at Bar Roque on Tanjong Pagar Road it’s all about banqueting in the fashion of the 17th-century. With large portions of exuberant French food perfect for sharing around the table with family or friends, Bar Roque evokes the spirit of medieval banqueting and brings a special dining experience right to Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar. From snails served with parsley and garlic butter to foie gras terrine served with chutney, port wine reduction and brioche, the starter menu is full of extravagant choices to suit all tastes.
In similar fashion, the main course menu includes a range of delicious dishes made to be shared, like the lamb shoulder cooked in a crust of salt, and platters of premium meats and seafood. Round off your feast with a decadent dessert from the extensive menu or with a selection of cheeses in true French style. Bringing a piece of medieval France to Tanjong Pagar, Bar Roque is a popular choice, whether or not you’re in your Middles Ages. Make a reservation in advance to avoid disappointment. Bon apetit!
Very authentic French, very attentive staff, cozy atmosphere, not too busy on a Saturday. Fantastic steaks, and decent wine menu. Would definitely come back to this place.
Great food, value for money lunch set! Difficult to get service attention tough.
Simply great food, great team and nice atmosphere ! We enjoyed a very pleasant moment and we will certainly come back as soon as possible !
Service is excellent. From waitress (I think her name is Evelyn) to chef to manager. Beef is delicious and a new experience of eating aged beef. Thanks for making my evening!
My wife and I had the vday menu. We had oyster, hakkaido scallop,foie gras , bouillabaise , chocolate fondant and a special raspberry cake with meringue. Every thing was at least a 8 over 10. We were hoping for a marseille chef michel style bouillabaise where the soup was the highlight but bar rogue placed more emphasis on the ingredients which consist of many types of seafood. It is not a shortcoming but just a difference in style. Foie gras was especially favorful. As good as any i have eaten in france.
This was my 4th visit to bar-roque grill. The food was delicious as always. We had the duck confit and ravioli. Service was warm, considerate and friendly. The pace was leisurely, which we didn't mind. When it came time for dessert, they ran out of creme brulee and the apple pie took longer than expected so we were comped a glass of wine and the pie. Highly recommend for date night.
Food was excellent as always. The restaurant was very busy, but this didn't detract from the experience. The only disappointment was that the dessert that my wife wanted to have was sold out by the time that we ordered. We'll just have to visit again for the dessert!
Both food and service were good, but perhaps I had high expectations given all the raving reviews, so I wasn't exactly blown away by the food, like everyone else. I had the spinach salad with cheese, ribeye steak, rotisserie chicken, and banana nutella tarte flambée. The salad was simple yet surprisingly good.
Baroque Grill is a regular place for us to go. The ambience is nice and relaxed and the food never disappoints. We always go when we feel like some meat as typically the steak is exceptional as is the chicken and duck. Highly recommend it.
The athmosphere and service were very good. However i found the menu to be quite pricey. The steak was good but i dont think it was worth 42$. Plus the house fries to me were just normal fries.