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We went on a quiet, cold night, only 5 tables were occupied. Nice evening all around; service was attentive but not hovering. Chorizo mushroom caps were perfect and delicious - just the right spice. Appetizer quesadillas were entree sized portion and very tasty. We also had the spiced goat cheese salad. The waitress was very accommodating and poured a half glass of wine for me. Sorry they were out of the pumpkin ravioli as we heard it was wonderful too. We will be back!
we have been here a few times for brunch and love it. We were looking for somewhere nice to eat for dinner last week, but wanted to stay close by so decided to try Gaia. It was DELICIOUS. Everyone in our group loved what they ordered: chorizo stuffed mushrooms, stuffed poblano pepper, sheppard's pie with lamb and butteernut squash, chicken pot pie with a sage biscuit, shrimp etoufee...I could go on and on!
We had been told about Gaia's brunch and decided to try for dinner (told by server that dinner only served for past year). It was great. Food was good and fair prices so it resulted in good value. I would definitely recommend.
This is an intimate place to share a wonderful meal with someone special. The aroma from the kitchen welcomes you as soon as you enter Gaia. Our late-night meal was enjoyed in the "front room" of this small converted home where we watched the snow fall lightly on this South Pearl Street neighborhood. The food was creative, delicious and satisfying - definitely try the Stuffed Salmon! We were enticed to linger with dessert and coffee afterwards as the wintery scene outside unfolded. Our server, Elena, was fantastic and very engaging. This our first visit to Gaia Bistro was quite memorable and definitely not our last.
I love the size and feel of this restaurant in the evening. It's small & intimate, warm & friendly. Possible to get a really good meal AND hear yourself think/carry on a conversation.
Our waiter was so helpful. He was able to describe what was in the entrees, he didn't hover was but attentive. The food was very good and the atmosphere cozy. I would eat here again.
Delightful and delicious dinner in a charming location.
This was my first time to visit Gaia Bistro. It was a night to celebrate the one year anniversary with the girlfriend. Gaia was ready to seat us as soon as we arrived. Our server was very friendly and attentive, not rushing anything, but letting us enjoy the evening. Hats off to the chef! What a great meal! To start, panko crusted egg plant with a healthy dose of goat cheese, then on to stuffed salmon with crab and scallops and some beef short ribs on tasty mashed potatoes. Everything was wonderful. I would definitely recommend.
Gaia is a wonderful place for a nice night out. We were taken care of by a wonderful staff. The wine list was delightful and Jon, Gaia's owner was more than happy to explain each wine and help us choose the perfect match. I enjoyed the shrimp perfectly cooked in a slightly spicy creole sauce served over fragrant tender rice. My husband enjoyed the pablano stuffed with moist flavorful chicken topped with a wonderful chili sauce and black beans. I highly recommend Gaia for anyone looking for exceptional service, delicious food with out any pretentiousness.
This restaurant is just ok... nothing special. There was only one person waiting tables and it looked like only one person in the kitchen. As a result, the service was slow. I think it was a surprise to them that there were 6 or so tables to deal with. It was a week night. The food was ok, once again nothing spectacular. It wasn't bad by any means but I just didn't love it.
The food was fantastic! We were assaulted by mosquitos, but the staff already had citronella candles set up, and were understanding when we decided we needed to leave promptly. Great spot!
One of my favorite restaurants whether it's for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner! Always fresh and delicious!
The food was good but nothing outstanding. The pumpkin ravioli didn't have a good flavor. We expected to be a little sweet, but instead it was kinda bland. My side salad was wilted. What also made this experience less than desirable was that we dined there when the temperature outside was about 100 degrees. We decided to sit inside because we thought it would be cooler but we were wrong. There is no A/C and no fans to help cool you down. It was a miserable evening.
The decor sparse, the service a tad stiff, and though Gaia takes it self a little too seriously, the food wins the game.
Awesome neighborhood, cool old house converted into a yummy fresh organic-food restaurant! My kids and I very much enjoyed it and would go back next time we're in Denver!
Everything was lovely for a quaint eight year anniversary. It was raining so we had to skip the patio. We were greeted with a few lovely slices of sourdough and butter. Our bottle of wine was fantastic. Server was sweet and helpful but not hovering. Portobello chips were flavorful, but too much salt. Same with the salmon. The reason food got 2 stars was the overuse of salt and the shrimp in the étouffée was gummy and way overlooked. I'll try again for lunch but the dinner has some work to do.
Perfect for a few girlfriends. Great veggie options
Gaia Bistro is a great change of pace from the over decorated and hip places around town. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual and the food was delightful, especially the appetizers. Definitely will go back.
Gaia Bistro did not dissapoint. Great patio. The Farm to Table menu is amazing. This is a must if you are in the Wash. Park area...
The brunch is very good to excellent and the dinner is just good. Slightly expensive for quality of dinner. Food could use a little more seasoning.