La Gaia

Address: Ibiza Gran Hotel. Paseo Juan Carlos I, 17. Eivissa. España
Phone: 0034 971 806 806
Type of cuisine: ,
Opening times:
Summer
Monday: 18:00–02:00
Tuesday: 18:00–02:00
Wednesday: 18:00–02:00
Thursday: 18:00–02:00
Friday: 18:00–02:00
Saturday: 18:00–02:00
Sunday: 18:00–02:00

  • Dessert. Restaurant La Gaia - Ibiza Gran Hotel

    Dessert

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  • Restaurant La Gaia - Ibiza Gran Hotel staff

    La Gaia team

Using Nikkei cuisine as a source of inspiration, the chef of La Gaia, Óscar Molina, has created Japeruvian cuisine, a style of auteur cuisine characterised by a strong personality, sophistication and the fusión of Japanese and Peruvian flavours using state-ofthe- art culinary techniques and Mediterranean products– avant-garde cuisine that represents a culinary journey between two worlds, and all presented in the most select ambience available on the island.

The art-work completes the experience of a truly unique restaurant that is a focal point for the island’s most fashionable crowd. On the one hand, “Life”, a piece by Danish artist Katrin Kirk that features 29 meshed metallic jellyfish that generate a wealth of visual energy through the use of light and shadow and, directly opposite, an photography exhibition by North American photographer Tony Keeler, who revisits the hippy culture of Ibiza during the 1970s.

 

After researching and travelling to immerse themselves in Japanese cuisine and its variants, such as Nikkei cuisine, Óscar Molina and his team at La Gaia developed the Japeruvian Cuisine concept, fusing Japanese and Peruvian cuisine.

Now, the chef’s rigorousness, curiosity for new things and commitment to surprising have motivated Óscar to take it one step further. In his quest for excellence and sophistication, and aware of the incomparable geographical setting in which he works, the chef knew he needed to look beyond the horizon while also delving into his immediate surroundings: Ibiza, the Balearic Islands and the Mediterranean. Lo and behold, Mediterranean Kaiseki was born.

The art-work completes the experience of a truly unique restaurant that is a focal point for the island’s most fashionable crowd. On the one hand, “Life”, a piece by Danish artist Katrin Kirk that features 29 meshed metallic jellyfish that generate a wealth of visual energy through the use of light and shadow and, directly opposite, an photography exhibition by North American photographer Tony Keeler, who revisits the hippy culture of Ibiza during the 1970s. 

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