We visited Gusto early on a Saturday after hearing many great things about the food. And yes the food is excellent - we all enjoyed our meals very much. I tried the wild boar ravioli and it was delicious, my wife's lasagne was equally as good. There is an extensive range of desserts which are on display in a cabinet beneath the bar. The tiramisu was excellent. The service by most members of staff was good and efficient until we came to the end of the meal.
A waiter came to our table and asked if we would like a limoncello. My wife declined as she is pregnant and the other lady in our party declined also. I said I would like one, as did my friend, thinking they were on the house as is common in Italian restaurants.
When the bill arrived we were shocked to see that 2 limoncellos had been added to the bill at a cost of £3.95 each. This was not what we expected and thought it was very cheeky of the waiter to ask if we would like something, imply that it was free and then charge us for it. I should have said something to the staff as it left a sour taste in our moiths after a very good meal. We would recommend Gusto but if you're offered a limoncello, decline unless you actually want to pay for it!
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