22 Scotts Road,Goodwood Park Hotel
Gaia Ristorante & Bar at Goodwood Park Hotel Singapore provides a classic meets contemporary Italian dining experience.
At Gaia Ristorante & Bar, nature is infused in every aspect of the restaurant, be it the design of the place or the creation of the food.
Executive Chef Moreno Martini makes of the word ‘Gaia’ his own culinary philosophy. Tantalise your taste buds with his daily selection of fresh mozzarella and homemade pasta where Italian or French wines are carefully chosen by restaurant manager Davide Brescianini, to compliment the plated presentations. Guests can savour a culinary experience at Gaia’s classic meets contemporary Italian dining or the bright inner courtyard inspired by Italian gardens.
We will be closed on 12th Feb 2013 for Chinese New Year.
Lobster broth was good as was the dessert. Service was impeccable - the chef came out to make small talk and the wait staff were attentive and charming (he practiced his teochew on us !) Overall delightful experience which was largly due to the service.
Sharon Tan, 10 Apr 2013, 11:00
Food was good and portion was just nice. I like it also that bread and tea/cofee were included and no extra charge. Although the restaurant almost forgot to serve my dessert, they were polite and fast to provide that personal attention.
04 Apr 2013, 04:53
My partner and I have eaten in countless Italian restaurants since our move to Singapore 5 years ago, but or experience in Gaia during this year's Restaurant week has been the best so far - by far! Not only was the menu well thought-out, high quality and absolutely delicious, but the Chef served one of the courses himself! The service was excellent and our French waiter both witty, knowledgeable and very helpful. It certainly adds to a fantastic experience when your every need is satisfied before you realize you had one. We will be definitely coming back for more.
Craig Wylie, 03 Apr 2013, 04:23
I was totally impressed with Gaia. The food was excellent, with service that was top notch. The dessert offered on the Restaurant Week menu was the only thing that failed to impress. It was a grandmother's apple cake which tasted a little dry but would have fared much better had it come with a dollop of ice cream. When both my girlfriends didn't finish their dessert, concerned staff and even the chef asked what was wrong and even offered to replace it with something else. This was very comforting and surprising. The staff and chef was guinuinely interested to know our feedback on the food and we felt they took Restaurant Week really seriously. I would certainly want to visit GAIA again. Oh to add, the ravioli in gorgonzola cheese sauce was absolutely fabulous!
Jaime Lee, 26 Mar 2013, 09:43