When Gucci’s Alessandro Michele joins forces with world renowned, award-winning Chef Massimo Bottura, culinary magnificence is bound to ensue.
Gucci Osteria Da Massimo Bottura, the highly lauded concept developed by the fashion house in collaboration with the three Michelin-starred chef, first made waves when it opened last year in Florence, Italy. Now, with the much-anticipated Singapore edition, you don’t have to travel 6,217 miles to experience the Gucci-licious gastronomic affair. Nestled within one of Singapore’s most prominent enclave for arts, The Arts House is a 200-year-old historic conservation building that exudes a legacy rich in culture and arts, a fitting parallel to the Palazzo della Mercaniza in Florence where the Gucci Garden sits today.
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The first international foray beyond Florence, the 60-seater restaurant is conceptualized by chef Massimo Bottura and head chef of Gucci Osteria—Karime Lopez, curating a menu that promises an unparalleled and one-of-a-kind dining experience, marrying together rich and bold flavours inspired by the chefs’ travels around the world. Bottura’s signatures include:
The Crunchy Part Of The Lasagna
Inspired by the crunchy top layer (and arguably the best part of a lasagna) of his favourite dish as a child, the dish consists of pasta chips carefully balanced over dollops of ragù and béchamel.
Lovingly named after chef Karime Lopez’s husband, Takahiko Kondo, the dish comprises of a crisp yet tender sweet-sour pork belly coated with unami balsamic-miso sauce.
Amidst enthralling contemporary Renaissance architecture, it’s the epitome of what it means to eat in style. Find yourself at the cross section where fashion meets food, where arts meet cuisine. Enjoy Bottura’s signature dishes presented on crockery delicately crafted with Richard Ginori porcelain that features the fashion House’s Herbarium motif.
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Brought to Singapore by F&B group Savour, the pop-up will only be open from 1 May, 2019 to 26 May, 2019. General ticketing sales open on 20 April, 2019 at 12pm. More information can be found at savour.sg/gucciosteria.