The inspiration for the restaurants aesthetics is the Baroque era of 17th-century Europe -- a time of artistic flamboyance that saw masterpieces of architecture, music, painting and sculpture being created. In fact the dining room, as a space reserved solely for the enjoyment of food, was invented during the Baroque. At Bar-Roque the spirit of conviviality is recast in a contemporary idiom. Lush colors and textures are contrasted with natural, even industrial, materials such as stone and wood, iron and bricks. Stunning table centerpieces and an original mural by Singapore graffiti artist Ceno2 completes the edgy atmospheric feel of Bar-roques interior.
The functional highlight of Bar-Roque is its modern rotisserie and kitchen and the terrace bar. The rotisserie is one of the biggest in Singapore, while the wooden-decked bar is located outdoors with cover. The indoor spaces include the main dining room, the Chef's Table and the semi-private Cherub Salon.