We have been visiting this area since 2001, and with the development of the area it is a comfort to see Gusto remain the same. Anita and Gregor are such amazingly talents chefs. She has been able to get me to eat and enjoy things I normally do not care for. An evening at Gusto is an event, so don't expect to be in and out in an hour. We generally spend 3 - 4 hours there, so if you're children can not entertain themselves for very long or you are not in the mood for a long evening, it is probably not the best time to go. We have watched each other's children grow over the years and Anita always provides the kids with their own menu options as well as a bucket of games that can be played in a quiet corner once their meal is finished. It is customary to take all courses and enjoy the appropriate drink with each course. The prices are high, but not too much for what you are presented with, in my opinion. My favorite meal at Gusto has been a terrine with salmon and beets, chestnut soup, White Fish with a beautifully delicate sauce served with spring vegetables (it was spring ski season), followed by a cheese plate. I simply can't say enough about Gusto and cannot wait to return whenever we are able to visit again. My only fault with Gusto is that it is sometimes very warm in the restaurant. We've learned to compensate by dressing appropriately.
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