Address16 Stanley St,Singapore 068735
Opening hourMon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:00, 18:00 - 21:30
Closed on Sunday
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Beef Tripe ($16.50) ‧ Boneless Suckling Pig ($24.50) ‧ Catalan Crème Brûlée (S$10.20) ‧ Gaig’S Traditional Cannelloni ($14) ‧ Iberica with pineapple ($24.50) ‧ Jamon Iberico Croquette ($4.50) ‧ Orange Ice Cream Souffle ($10.20) ‧ Patatas Bravas (S$9) ‧ Pluma Iberica Pork And Mushroom Paella ($28.20) ‧ Presa Iberica and Mushroom Paella (S$27.20) ‧ Seafood Paella ($34) ‧ Shrimp ‘all-i-pebre’ (S$22.30) ‧ Shrimp “All-I-Pebre” ($22.30) ‧ Traditional Cannelloni ($14.50) ‧ Whole Red-mulled with Homemade Pickled Mushrooms (S$23.80)
Signature DishesSeafood Paella ‧ Orange Ice-Cream Souffle ‧ Boneless Suckling Pig ‧ Gaig’s Traditional Cannelloni ‧ Orange Ice Cream Souffle
Dishes[1 year ago]
A Couple of Baguettes and Spanish Olive Oil ‧ First Entree: Cannelloni of Veal and Pork with Truffle Cream Sauce ‧ Orange Ice-Cream Souffle ‧ Pa amb Tomaquet ‧ Pig Trotter, Mushrooms and Turnip ‧ Scorpion Fish, Seafood Curry Rice "Bullabesa" ‧ Shrimp "All I Pebre" ‧ Squid Ink Fideua
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Gaig Restaurant Singapore - Better than La VentanaIf they keep delivering at this level, Gaig is well on the way to becoming the standard-bearer for good, hearty Catalan-Spanish cooking in Singapore.
Gaig Restaurant, Stanley Street: Offshoot of Barcelona’s Michelin-starred Restaurant With 150 Years of History, Serving Catalan ClassicsRestaurant Gaig at the Telok Ayer district is the outpost of the Michelin-starred eponymous restaurant in Barcelona.
Food Review: Restaurant Gaig at Stanley Street, Telok Ayer | Barcelona’s One Michelin-starred restaurant opened in SingaporeIt was a cosy dining experience at Restaurant Gaig for us. The service was warm and sincere, and the staff will be more than happy to share and recommend dishes if need be. And while the food provided us a good glimpse into Catalan cuisine which we are rarely exposed to in Singapore, we found the price point slightly high for its portion.
Barcelona's Restaurant Gaig in SingaporeWell, I'm happy that I finally tried his food, but I'm still not excited about getting Spanish food in Singapore.
Gaig Singapore – Spanish home-style casual fine diningThe home-casual space is perfect for sophisticated catchups with friends over Sangria and charcuterie or relaxed romantic dates with good food and warm, attentive service without the fuss of fine dining.
Gaig Singapore – Spanish home-style casual fine diningThe team was formerly from La Ventana. The home-casual space is perfect for sophisticated catchups with friends over Sangria and charcuterie or relaxed romantic dates with good food and warm, attentive service without the fuss of fine dining. The portions are small though, so bring friends to split the damage.
Lunch at Gaig Restaurant Singapore on Stanley StreetGaig Restaurant Singapore was an oasis of calm in the bustling Telok Ayer area during lunchtime. Service was polite and friendly. It is a place we want to return to try their other dishes.