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60 Greenwich Ave., New York, NY, 10014
nr. Seventh Ave.
By Edousie on 3/30/2013
I had the best ravioli in NYC! My friend who was visiting said " I could have eaten bread and the pasta sauce." Excellent food. Worth a visit for anyone looking for great Italian food.
By orgeva14 on 1/26/2011
We've entered the Gusto restaurant by chance, did know anything about them before. We enjoyed everything! The food was excellent and the service was the same. We'll be back for sure again!!!
A Very Pleasant Surprise
By speakthetruth on 9/24/2010
I recently had a light dinner there, not knowing much about it, except that I walk by it often, and is generally pretty packed. Between 2 of us, we ordered (3) small plates and a dessert and the portions were perfect for a substantial but light dinner. The ravioli (filled w/ ricotta and egg), beet salad, and grilled octopus were all equally delicious. Usually you end up with a dish you enjoyed more than the others but this was not the case here. I'll definitely be going back.
A NYC gem
By plewis on 1/24/2010
My family and I have eaten at Gusto many times when we've travelled to NYC to see family. All dining experiences have been nothing short of superb. The space, service & above all the food has been some of the finest culinary experiences we have had the fortune to experience! I know there was a short time when Chef Montiel was gone and some have written negatively about their experiences during this time frame. Fortunately he has returned with incredible enthusiasm, creativity and GUSTO!
One of the best Italian food in the neighborhood
By Mylene17 on 11/21/2009
Gusto offers lovely atmosphere and excellent service, but most of all great food that you will talk about even after dinner.
Best Italian Restaurant in the W Village!
By CaitlynA on 11/14/2009
I went to Gusto last night for the first time and am ecstatic that I found it!!! It was the most pleasant dining experience I've had in a while. Friendly, efficient service and fantastic food. They also have a fabulous bar that lured us in as we attempted to leave the restaurant. We ended up staying for two more drinks. If you haven't already been, you've got to try it! My new favorite place in the Village.
One of the best neighborhood spots in the West Village!
By klewis11 on 11/10/2009
Food is excellent, always in season, & beautifully presented. Gusto underwent a chef change in summer, but I hear that the former chef, Saul Montiel, is back in the kitchen. I've noticed a marked improvement since! Don't be intimidated by the fancy décor- staff is friendly & the atmosphere relaxed. Gusto has a unique ability to suit all occasions: I've come dressed up for a show; or shown up in jeans & tee. Rest assured, one will not feel out of place in either, as Gusto is filled w/ a mix of faithful regulars & ppl in for a special celebration. My faves: malfatti, pumpkin gnocchi, the meatballs (!), & grilled octopus - a Gusto specialty! Also, Gusto's brunch is the Village's best kept secret! There's a prix fixe for $16.95: includes 2 courses, pastries, & choice of a bellini/bloody mary!
By callew on 11/10/2009
When I went over there I had a excellent a dinner,and the service was fantastic,they had fantastic decorations,I felt happy in gusto reastaurant,I really recomend that you take your friends and family ect.And it has a private place downstairs for special ocassions,But I really recomend you to go back to eat and to drink in the beatiful bar and to have a great time....
what a day made
By jeng on 11/7/2008
i went to gusto about 10 times before summer and i loved it , the energy , the staff and everything from the door staff to the bar and wait staff was incredible..really i was treated like a queen..i went back this week and ohh my god!!!!! it took 10 minutes to the door staff to get us aknowledged altough the place was not busy as it used to be ( wonder why) then they didn t even apologize for not having our reservation ....the waitstaff was off totaly off...thank god the bartenders are still the same....what happen to the old staff???did gusto change ownership????does gusto have a new chef?? i really use to like it..my favorite place in nyc ..now i go to kingswood there at least i get aknowledge and taken care off.
Top Notch Neighborhood Italian
By charliecookz on 5/7/2008
To me Gusto is a perfect neighborhood restaurant - cozy, relaxed but still kinda sexy and fun. A great vibe. I've eaten here every few months since they opened and the food has always been consistent. The artichokes and grilled octopus are delicious. Anything fried or anything pasta rocks, too. The staff is friendly. Good place to eat at the bar too. Outdoor seating. I mean what's not to like?
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