Osteria, the Gucci restaurant in Florence at Gucci Garden, will open a pop-up in Singapore next month. Set to open at The Arts House, the four-week popup will have a Renaissance theme, replete with the signature red Gucci Herbarium-motif wallpaper. The restaurant will open for lunch and dinner on select days from May 1 to 26.
The menu will be conceptualised by chef Massimo Bottura, with Gucci Osteria head chef Karime Lopez. Main highlights include Bottura’s signatures dishes, including The Crunchy Part of the Lasagne, Lopez’s creation of sweet-sour pork belly bun, named Taka Bun.
“We are excited to be able to bring Gucci Osteria to Singapore – a city with a vibrant culinary landscape,” says chef Karime Lopez.
From LVMH to Prada, Dior or Hermes, luxury fashion brands have been expanding into experiential lifestyle with various Food & Beverage concepts. LVMH owns Cova (Italian pastry shop), Prada owns Marchesi (Italian historical pastry / Cafe), Dior includes Cafes with Pierre Hermes at select flagship stores, Hermes recently opened a pop-up restaurant in London to mark the boost of its Fall Winter Men’s collection etc.
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