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Baroque Edinburgh - Edinburgh, Edinburgh and the Lothians


Description

Baroque is situated at the top of Broughton Street in Edinburgh's lively East End. We are a short stroll from the city centre shops in Princess Street and in the heart of Edinburgh's bar and club zone. Baroque offers a relaxed and ambient atmosphere for a great night out with friends.

Style of food on offer: Breakfast / Brunch, International, Continental / European
Price Guide: £5.01 - £15.00
Parking: Pay Parking
Bar Facilities: Full bar
Smoking policy: Smoking not permitted

Review Summary

Baroque Edinburgh has received 2 reviews, giving the following average ratings (out of 10 - higher is better):

Overall:6
Food:7
Service:5
Ambiance:7

The reviews can be seen in full below these details.

Recommended dishes: Worldwide Tastes any 3 for £8.50

Address and Contact Details

39-41 Broughton Street
Calton Hill & Broughton
Edinburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians
Scotland
EH1 3JU

Telephone: 0131 557 0627
Website: Click here
Delivery Web page: Click here
Reservation page: Click here
Menu page: Click here
Opening Hours: 10.00am - 1.00am

Other Information

Accepted payment methods:
  Bank Debit Cards
  American Express
  Visa
  MasterCard/Eurocard

Seating capacity: 80 with a largest party size of 50
Dress code: Casual

Hoseasons Country Cottages

Customer Reviews for Baroque Edinburgh - Edinburgh

Not to be missed! - review added on Tue 10th Jul 2007

Well worth a visit if you are going to Edinburgh. Interesting menu with 3 courses for only £8.50 a bargain! The staff were very friendly and helpful with information about places to go and see.
Overall: 8
Food: 10
Service: 8
Ambiance: 8

Recommended Dishes: Worldwide Tastes any 3 for £8.50
Strange Customer Service - review added on Tue 15th Jan 2008

Its got a great location, great looking place but the service is shocking. Ignored for a long time after entering, we had to grab their attention to get a coffee, which was a good coffee but not worth the wait. Then barked at by the 'hoodied' waitress to see if we were going to be ordering food, not what we wanted, but just if we were. We received no more attention until we asked them if we could order food 25 mins later. Dare you ask for you bacon crispy or anything slightly that differs from the menu and you will be told that the chef doesnt like to do it that way and you will be given what you get. Who's the paying customer?
Overall: 4
Food: 4
Service: 2
Ambiance: 6




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